NIMS Forum 2015 (October 7th, 2015 at Tokyo International Forum)
  • NIMS Forum 2015 (October 7th, 2015 at Tokyo International Forum)

Our Research Fields

  • Materials for Energy and Environments
  • Nanoscale Materials
  • Advanced Key Technologies


World’s Highest Magnetic Field* (1,020MHz) NMR developed
2015.07.01 UpdatePress Release

World’s Highest Magnetic Field* (1,020MHz) NMR developed

Application of High-Temperature Superconductor Was the Key. A Big Step Forward in Accelerating the Development of New Drugs and Materials

The research team of NIMS, RIKEN, Kobe Steel and JEOL RESONANCE successfully developed the NMR system equipped with world’s highest magnetic field, 1,020 MHz, supported by the JST-SENTAN program “Development of Systems and Technology for Ad... [ more ]

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2015.06.12 UpdatePress Release

NIMS Issues New Data Sheets

2015.06.08 UpdatePress Release

Professor Harald Rose (University of Ulm, Germany) Among the Three 2015 NIMS Award Winners

—Their contribution to the development and popularization of the aberration corrector for electron microscopes recognized—

2015.05.19 UpdatePress Release

Development of Gold Nanoparticles That Control Osteogenic Differentiation of Stem Cells

Surface Modification by Carboxyl Groups Suppressing Osteogenic Differentiation. Nanomaterials Paving the Way for Regenerative Medicine

2015.05.19 UpdatePress Release

Nanospace-Controlled Gold Material Created Using Molecular Technology

Method Developed to Freely Adjust Pore Size in Nanoporous Gold Material

2015.05.19 UpdatePress Release

Stable Perovskite Solar Cells Developed through Structural Simplification

—Steady Advancement toward Practical Use—

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Materials Database MatNavi
NIMS researcher database SAMURAI
STAM - Science and Technology of Advanced Materials
Nanotech Japan

Research Center

MANA - International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics
Center of Materials Research for Low Carbon Emission
International center for Young Scientist
Research Center for Structural Materials(RCSM)