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

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

First certified efficiency of 15% in Perovskite Solar Cells with area of over 1cm<sup>2</sup>
2015.05.01
2015.04.27

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—

2015.04.08
Development of Gold Nanoparticles That Control Osteogenic Differentiation of Stem Cells
2015.04.07

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

Nanospace-Controlled Gold Material Created Using Molecular Technology
2015.03.23

Nanospace-Controlled Gold Material Created Using Molecular Technology

Method Developed to Freely Adjust Pore Size in Nanoporous Gold Material

Stable Perovskite Solar Cells Developed through Structural Simplification
2015.03.18
Mesoporous Particles for the Development of Drug Delivery System Safe to Human Bodies
2015.03.10
Atomic Structure Identified in Coherent Interfaces between Superhard Materials of Diamond and Boron Nitride
2015.02.17
Possible Existence of Neutral Atomic Hydrogen in Rock in the Earth’s Deep Interior
2015.02.12

Possible Existence of Neutral Atomic Hydrogen in Rock in the Earth’s Deep Interior

Creating a stir in research on the hydrogen cycle in the Earth’s interior

Development of a Novel Water-Splitting Photocatalyst Operable Over a Wide Range of the Visible Light Spectrum
2015.01.27
The First Observation of the Effect of Electron Spin of Molecular Oxygen on the Surface Oxidation Reaction
2015.01.09

The First Observation of the Effect of Electron Spin of Molecular Oxygen on the Surface Oxidation Reaction

Contribution to Understanding of Correlation between Molecular Magnetism and Surface Reaction