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MANA featured in Special Issue of Advanced Materials

5 Jan, 2012

Cover Picture, Adv. Mater., 24(2), 141(2012).

MANA was featured in the journal Advanced Materials published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Its major research achievements was published online on January 5th, 2012.

Advanced Materials is categorized into materials science field by the database of Thomson Reuters and one of the most high impact journals (IF: 10.88) in the field. This is the first time a Japanese research institute has featured in its own special issue of the top-ranking journal Advanced Materials.

In addition to the research papers listed below, the issue includes Nobel Laureate and MANA Advisor Heinrich Rohrer and Sir Harold Kroto offering their insights on the relationship between society and science and some advice for researchers in an editorial.

Progress Report

Mechanical Control of Nanomaterials and Nanosystems (K. Ariga et al.)
Nanomaterial Engineering and Property Studies in a Transmission Electron Microscope
(D. Golberg et al.)
Towards the Next Generation of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Operating Below 600 -C with Chemically Stable Proton-Conducting Electrolytes (E. Fabbri et al.)


Two-Dimensional Dielectric Nanosheets: Novel Nanoelectronics From Nanocrystal Building Blocks (M. Osada and T. Sasaki)
Nano-photocatalytic Materials: Possibilities and Challenges (H. Tong et al. )
Atomic Switch: Atom/Ion Movement Controlled Devices for Beyond Von-Neumann Computers (T. Hasegawa et al. )


Molecular Catalysts Confined on and Within Molecular Layers Formed on a Si(111) Surface with Direct Si-C Bonds (T. Masuda et al.)
Shape-Memory Surface with Dynamically Tunable Nano-geometry Activated by Body Heat (M. Ebara et al.)

Research news

Self-Powered Nanosensors and Nanosystems (Z. L. Wang)
Emergent Criticality in Complex Turing B-Type Atomic Switch Networks
(A.Z.Stieg et al.)
Half-Metallic Antiferromagnet as a Prospective Material for Spintronics (X. Hu)
Controlled Self-Assembly of Organic Semiconductors for Solution-Based Fabrication of Organic Field-Effect Transistors (T. Minari et al.)
Novel Composite Particles in Superconductor-Semiconductor-Superconductor Junction
(R. Inoue and H. Takayanagi)
The Different Designs of Molecule Logic Gates (C. Joachim et al.)

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