Aiming to become the one of the world’s largest research center for nanoarchitectonics and materials fields.

MANA is the one of the five research centers conducting the world's biggest research programs (known as the WPI Program), under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan. Along with the University of Tokyo, Kyoto University, Tohoku University and Osaka University, NIMS in 2007 became the sole independent administrative institution to be chosen (In 2010, the 6th WPI center was established in Kyushu University). As well as achieving the goal of WPI program, we have tried to develop materials for innovation towards realizing sustainable society in 21st century.

Homepage: International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA)

News

Schematic diagram of the memory device structure composed of a stack of graphene
2020.08.25 Update Press Release
2020.05.12 Update Press Release

World's Best Magnetocaloric Material for H2 Liquefaction discovered via Machine Learning

—A Step Forward for Enabling Efficient Hydrogen Liquefaction, Vital to the Development of a Hydrogen Society—

2020.05.12 Update Press Release

Development of a Small Sensor Capable of Continuously Monitoring the Phytohormone Ethylene

—Technology May Allow Optimal Transportation and Storage of Fruits and Vegetables, Reducing Food Waste—


Nanotubes Group (*Open in new window)

Structural analysis and property measurements of nanotubes and graphenes


Supermolecules Group (*Open in new window)

From Molecules to Materials: Creation of Nanostructures and Fumctional Materials by Bottom-Up, Self-assembly, and Supramolecular Processes


Nano-System Field - Research Group

Nanoionic Devices Group (*Open in new window)

Development of Nanoionic Devices Enabling Diverse New Functions


Surface Quantum Materials Group (*Open in new window)

Designing and Creating two-dimensional materials from atomic and molecular levels



WPI Program

We aim to become a "globally visible research center"

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The WPI Program is for increasing the scientific and technological level in Japan and promoting the development of innovations for the future. We aim to become a “globally visible" research center where every world’s highest-level researcher who wants to work there gathers from around the world because of our high level of research activities and research environment.


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