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"Nanotechnology / Materials" field - 76Result(s) CSV download

Glass that conducts heat well Nobuaki Terakado (Associate Professor)
Quantitative analysis of microstructure in nuclear materials by week-beam scanning transmission electron microscopy Kenta Yoshida (Associate Professor)
Colorful titanium oxide pigments without transition metals Yin Shu (Professor)
Indentation modulus 8.4 GPa! Resin replica mold more solid than polyimide Masaru Nakagawa (Professor)
Novel CoCr-based superelastic metallic biomaterial with low Young's modulus Xiao Xu (Assistant Professor)
Bio-inspired engineering for energy and biological applications Hiroya Abe (Assistant Professor)
Advanced Nanotechnology for Critical metal free secondary battery Itaru Homma (Professor)
Electronic properties of nanostructures and nanodevices Tomohiro Otsuka (Associate Professor)
Multi-functionalization of composite materials by microstructure design Hiroki Kurita (Associate Professor)
Performance enhancement and application development of energy harvesting materials by microstructure design Fumio Narita (Professor)
Fabrication of The Novel Designed Nanodrugs Composed of Poorly Water-Soluble Compounds Hitoshi Kasai (Professor)
High-speed X-ray phase tomography with a millisecond-order temporal resolution Wataru Yashiro (Professor)
Vacuum Engineering of Solid-Liquid Interfaces and its Process Applications Yuji Matsumoto (Professor)
Low temperature reforming of hydrocarbons using metal oxide nanoparticles synthesized by supercritical method Tadafumi Ajiri (Professor)
Material Design for Solution of Energy and Environmental Problems by Multi-Physics and Multi-Scale Simulation Momoji Kubo (Professor)
Developing energy creation and saving materials Takahisa Omata (Professor)
Hydrogen embrittlement of high strength steels Eiji Akiyama (Professor)
Design, fabrication and test of high performance miniaturized sensor and actuator systems Froemel Joerg Eckhardt (Associate Professor)
Development of catalytic reaction system for direct synthesis from CO2 and diols Keiichi Tomishige (Professor)
Oxide Electronics Tomoteru Fukumura (Professor)