Found 94 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
Creation of Database for Promising Adsorbents for Decontamination of Radioactive Substances from Nuclear Power Plants12-January-2012
NIMS is collecting basic data on natural minerals produced in various regions and inorganic materials with different chemical compositions as a tool for selecting suitable materials, and will make this information available in a NIMS Materials database (MatNavi).
Success in Realizing Superconductivity in Fullerene Nanowhiskers5-January-2012
The National Institute for Materials Science succeeded in realizing superconductivity in fullerene nanowhiskers, which are a nanosized carbon material that is lightweight and has a fine fibrous shape - A Giant Step toward the Birth of Lightweight, Flexible Superconducting Materials
Development of World’s First Functional Polymer Nanowire Fabrication Technology by Pulsed Laser Irradiation5-January-2012
The Nano Electronic Materials Unit, MANA, NIMS selectively grew polymer nanowires using only irradiation with a pulsed laser, in a region limited to the area of irradiation. They also succeeded in imparting diverse functionalities to the nanowires by doping with various species of nanomaterials.
STAM Review: Bioinspired materials for the next generation of photonic crystals4-January-2012
The striking colors of butterfly wings or peacock feathers are examples of so-called ‘structural color’ in nature. You see these colors due to the reflection of certain wavelengths of light from the birds’ feathers.
Success in Synthesis of New High Performance Functional Material Mesoporous Prussian Blue4-January-2012
The National Institute for Materials Science succeeded in fabricating mesoporous Prussian blue, in which an extremely large number of nanosized pores (mesoporous) are formed in the crystal structure of the material.
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