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Development of a biosensor that can easily detect viruses at very low concentrations

- Detects virus particles with their movement and light scattered by them -

Update:05/22/2017

Development of a biosensor that can easily detect viruses at very low concentrations

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingElectronics and Photonics Research Institute

Development of an Evaluation Technique for Chemical Toxicity Capable of Rapidly Processing Many Samples

- Contribution to the easy safety assessment of chemicals using human cells -

Update:05/12/2017

Development of an Evaluation Technique for Chemical Toxicity Capable of Rapidly Processing Many Samples

  • Department of Energy and EnvironmentEnvironmental Management Research Institute

World’s Highest Output with a High-Frequency Oscillator, the “Spin Torque Oscillator”

- High output with a nanometer-sized oscillator comparable to that of a crystal oscillator -

Update:05/10/2017

World’s Highest Output with a High-Frequency Oscillator, the “Spin Torque Oscillator”

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingSpintronics Research Center

Development of technique for easily measuring moisture content of agricultural products using an electromagnetic wave

- Facilitating quality control of agricultural products at production sites -

Update:04/14/2017

Development of technique for easily measuring moisture content of agricultural products using an electromagnetic wave

  • National Metrology Institute of JapanResearch Institute for Physical Measurement

Update:03/29/2017

Development of new evaluation technique for nanowires

  • Department of Energy and EnvironmentResearch Institute for Energy Conservation

Completion of the Eastern Asia Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information Map

- Information about past disasters displayed on a single geological map -

Update:03/09/2017

Completion of the Eastern Asia Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information Map

  • Geological Survey of JapanResearch Institute of Earthquake and Volcano Geology

Development of a Technology That Detects Only Fluorine-containing Gases Whose Biological Effects Are a Concern

– Detector uses a "butterfly-shaped" organic nitrogen compound that is sensitive to double-bonded gas components –

Update:02/14/2017

Development of a Technology That Detects Only Fluorine-containing Gases Whose Biological Effects Are a Concern

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryNanomaterials Research Institute

Film-Type Capacitive Proximity Sensor That Monitors a Person’s Movements and Breathing

– Development of a non-contact motion sensor that adheres to the back of a floor or of a bed, and a printing-based manufacturing method for the sensor –

Update:02/06/2017

Film-Type Capacitive Proximity Sensor That Monitors a Person’s Movements and Breathing

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingFlexible Electronics Research Center

Update:02/01/2017

Creation of a Mathematical Method to Express Irregular Atomic Arrangements of Amorphous Materials

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryResearch Center for Computational Design of Advanced Functional Materials

“ASTER-VA”, Value-added Satellite Observation Data, Provided at No Cost

- Promoting use of optical sensor data from the Earth observation satellite TERRA -

Update:01/26/2017

“ASTER-VA”, Value-added Satellite Observation Data, Provided at No Cost

  • Geological Survey of JapanResearch Institute of Geology and Geoinformation

Development of Technology That Can Easily Calibrate Line Impedance Stabilization Networks (LISNs) Used in EMC Tests

- Contributing to the improvement in the efficiency of electronic equipment safety checks -

Update:01/24/2017

Development of Technology That Can Easily Calibrate Line Impedance Stabilization Networks (LISNs) Used in EMC Tests

  • National Metrology Institute of JapanResearch Institute for Physical Measurement

Enhancement of Ozone Tolerance by Adjusting Stomatal Aperture on Leaf Surface

– Toward the development of crops with increased tolerance to atmospheric pollutants –

Update:01/18/2017

Enhancement of Ozone Tolerance by Adjusting Stomatal Aperture on Leaf Surface

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyBioproduction Research Institute

Development of Technology to Evaluate the Differentiation Ability of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells

– Contributing to practical application of regenerative medicine with simple and rapid evaluation –

Update:01/10/2017

Development of Technology to Evaluate the Differentiation Ability of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyBiotechnology Research Institute for Drug Discovery

Anti-Counterfeit Security Tags Using Organic Electronics

– Unclonable unique ID generation utilizing the variation of organic devices –

Update:12/22/2016

Anti-Counterfeit Security Tags Using Organic Electronics

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingFlexible Electronics Research Center

Wood Reinforcement of Poplar by a Rice Gene

- Aiming for the efficient production of lignocellulose-derived fuels and materials and the development of high-strength wood -

Update:12/21/2016

Wood Reinforcement of Poplar by a Rice Gene

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyBioproduction Research Institute

Memory Stability of Non-volatile Magnetic Memory (STT-MRAM) Improved Two-fold

- Accelerate development for practical application of high capacity STT-MRAM–

Update:12/12/2016

Memory Stability of Non-volatile Magnetic Memory (STT-MRAM) Improved Two-fold

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingSpintronics Research Center

Development of an Electro-conductive Transparent Plastic Wrap

– Will lead to sensors on fresh food packaging –

Update:11/25/2016

Development of an Electro-conductive Transparent Plastic Wrap

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingFlexible Electronics Research Center

Symbiotic Bacteria Evolving from Environmental Bacteria

- Ongoing evolution of symbiosis observed in natural insect populations across the Japanese archipelago -

Update:11/21/2016

Symbiotic Bacteria Evolving from Environmental Bacteria

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyBioproduction Research Institute

Development of Continuous High-Pressure Hydrogen Supply Method without any Compressor

- Towards the building of a compact hydrogen fueling station using formic acid -

Update:11/17/2016

Development of Continuous High-Pressure Hydrogen Supply Method without any Compressor

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryResearch Institute for Chemical Process Technology
  • Department of Energy and EnvironmentRenewable Energy Research Center

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