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Found 11 articles associated to the institution International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA).
 
Heart cells respond to stiff environments
14-March-2014

(Tsukuba, 14 March 2014) Proteins associated with the regulation of organ size and shape have been found to respond to the mechanics of the microenvironment in ways that specifically affect the decision of adult cardiac stem cells to generate muscular or vascular cells.

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Smart nanofibers to treat kidney failure
4-March-2014

(Tsukuba, 4 March 2014) A simple way to treat kidney failure. A new technique for purifying blood using a nanofiber mesh could prove useful as a cheap, wearable alternative to kidney dialysis.

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In Situ Bandgap Tuning of Graphene Oxide Achieved by Electrochemical Bias
30-January-2014

(Tsukuba, 30 January 2013) The ability to modulate the physical properties of graphene oxide within electronic components could have numerous applications in technology.

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3D Graphene: Super-capacitors from sugar bubbles
24-January-2014

(Tsukuba, 23 January 2013) Robust, highly conductive 3D graphene structures for use in super-capacitors, through a method inspired by blown sugar, created.

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Crystal film growth: nanosheets extend epitaxial growth applications
17-December-2013

(Tsukuba, 17 December 2013) Molecularly thin two-dimensional crystals can alleviate the lattice matching restrictions of epitaxial crystalline thin film growth, as reported by researchers in Japan.

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