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Development of a Catalyst to Synthesize Ammonia at Low Temperatures and Pressures

– Started verification testing as the first step in realizing a hydrogen energy carrier –

Update:11/18/2019

Development of a Catalyst to Synthesize Ammonia at Low Temperatures and Pressures

  • Department of Energy and EnvironmentRenewable Energy Research Center

Development of Practical Heat-resistant O-ring That Is Durable and Economical

– Composite of super growth single-walled carbon nanotubes and a fluoroelastomer –

Update:11/12/2019

Development of Practical Heat-resistant O-ring That Is Durable and Economical

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryCNT-Application Research Center

12% Efficiency Achieved with a Cascade-type Thermoelectric Module

– High efficiency achieved in different module configurations by creating nanostructures –

Update:10/25/2019

12% Efficiency Achieved with a Cascade-type Thermoelectric Module

  • Department of Energy and EnvironmentResearch Institute for Energy Conservation

Development of Multi-color Luminescence Platform Using Fluorescent Dye-conjugated Luminescent Substrates

– Expecting applications to medical and environmental diagnoses with artificial luminescence –

Update:10/24/2019

Development of Multi-color Luminescence Platform Using Fluorescent Dye-conjugated Luminescent Substrates

  • Department of Energy and EnvironmentEnvironmental Management Research Institute

Flow-type Microwave Synthesizer Enables Highly Efficient Synthesis of Organic Materials

– Widening the range of solvent, and contributing to rapid development and flexible production –

Update:10/23/2019

Flow-type Microwave Synthesizer Enables Highly Efficient Synthesis of Organic Materials

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingElectronics and Photonics Research Institute
  • Department of Materials and ChemistryNanomaterials Research Institute

Update:10/21/2019

Prediction of Magnetic Materials Containing No Magnetic Elements

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingElectronics and Photonics Research Institute

Development of Synthesis Technology for Various Monoatomic Films

– Contributing to the realization of new high-quality 2D materials with advanced electron microscopy technology of AIST –

Update:10/18/2019

Development of Synthesis Technology for Various Monoatomic Films

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryNanomaterials Research Institute

Update:10/17/2019

Development of a Technique for Forming Large Surface Area Polymer Thin Films (Polymer Brushes) in Air at Room Temperature

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryStructural Materials Research Institute

Practical Use of Artificial Teeth (Dentures) Made with 3D Printing Technology

– Making it possible for digital dental manufacturing to replace conventional dental casting –

Update:10/16/2019

Practical Use of Artificial Teeth (Dentures) Made with 3D Printing Technology

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyHealth Research Institute

Production of Euglena-derived Substances That Boost Secretion of a Weight-loss Hormone

– Potential to improve metabolic syndrome with a substance from Euglena

Update:10/11/2019

Production of <span class="Italic">Euglena</span>-derived Substances That Boost Secretion of a Weight-loss Hormone

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyBiomedical Research Institute

Development of Low-melting Glass That is Shapeable like Plastics at Low Temperatures from the Liquid Phase

– Practical glass with high light and heat resistance that can be shaped by users –

Update:10/10/2019

Development of Low-melting Glass That is Shapeable like Plastics at Low Temperatures from the Liquid Phase

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryInorganic Functional Materials Research Institute

Bacterial Symbiont Responsible for Weevils’ Hardness

– Discovery of symbiotic bacteria specialized for tyrosine synthesis and essential for hardening and coloring of host’s exoskeleton –

Update:10/08/2019

Bacterial Symbiont Responsible for Weevils’ Hardness

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyBioproduction Research Institute

Technology for Selection and Collection of Spermatozoa Advantageous for Conception Based on Swimming Pattern

– Selecting healthy spermatozoa based on their swimming pattern and fertility evaluation of cattle –

Update:10/04/2019

Technology for Selection and Collection of Spermatozoa Advantageous for Conception Based on Swimming Pattern

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingAdvanced Manufacturing Research Institute

Development of Technology to Analyze Antibiotic Resistance Mutations in Ribosomal RNAs

– For the construction of a resistance mutation database useful for early detection of resistant bacteria –

Update:10/03/2019

Development of Technology to Analyze Antibiotic Resistance Mutations in Ribosomal RNAs

  • Department of Life Science and BiotechnologyBiomedical Research Institute

Discovery That a Blue Pigment Is a High-Performance Ammonia Adsorbent

– Expected to be used for malodor removal, PM 2.5 countermeasures, and hydrogen purification for fuel cells –

Update:10/02/2019

Discovery That a Blue Pigment Is a High-Performance Ammonia Adsorbent

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryNanomaterials Research Institute

Creating a 3D Nanoporous Alloy with an Environmentally Friendly Vapor Phase Dealloying Technique

– A new recycling-compatible method that does not use chemical etching –

Update:09/25/2019

Creating a 3D Nanoporous Alloy with an Environmentally Friendly Vapor Phase Dealloying Technique

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryMathematics for Advanced Materials Open Innovation Laboratory

A Readout Circuit That Drastically Increases the Number of Pixels in Superconducting Detectors for Photons, Particles, and Electromagnetic Waves

– For realizing compact, low-power-consumption, low-cost general-purpose high-performance measurement instruments –

Update:09/10/2019

A Readout Circuit That Drastically Increases the Number of Pixels in Superconducting Detectors for Photons, Particles, and Electromagnetic Waves

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingNanoelectronics Research Institute

Development of a Sensor Film to Measure Wind Pressure Distribution at High Density

– Visualization of wind pressure distribution inspired by bird wings –

Update:09/05/2019

Development of a Sensor Film to Measure Wind Pressure Distribution at High Density

  • Department of Electronics and ManufacturingFlexible Electronics Research Center

Confirmation of the Biodegradability of Super Growth Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

– A technique for measurement of carbon nanotube biodegradation in macrophages –

Update:08/28/2019

Confirmation of the Biodegradability of Super Growth Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

  • Department of Materials and ChemistryCNT-Application Research Center

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