Articles tagged with ‘NIMS’

A polystyrene nanowire containing iron oxide nanoparticles.
28 June 2012
Japanese researchers have developed a completely new, and surprisingly simple, technique for making polymer nanowires.
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5 June 2012
Research at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan has provided a detailed insight into the mechanisms of heat generation in magnetic nanoparticles that could be used to kill cancerous cells.
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turbine jet engine
16 May 2012
A research group at Japan’s National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) has found out a reliable way to test the integrity of metal blades in jet engines.
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11 May 2012
Magnesium alloys can be a very light alternative to steel and aluminum in cars. Making cars lighter means making them more efficient. There is still a lot of research to be done on magnesium alloys to make them suitable for such purposes....
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8 May 2012
It has been over a year since the Great East Japan Earthquake turned thousands of lives upside down,  and many months since heavy monsoon floods devastated Thailand. During that time research institutes in both countries have made remarkable efforts to join together...
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