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Brain function partly replicated by nanomaterials

Osaka University-centered researchers created extremely dense, random SWNT/POM network molecular neuromorphic devices, generating spontaneous spikes s...

Rays of hope for development of materials for 3D displays and medical applications

Scientists at Osaka University aligned two hexahelicenes in various orientations, theoretically examined, and proposed that S- and X-shaped double hex...

Porous materials shed light on environmental purification

An international collaboration between Osaka University, Japan, and the University of Castilla, Spain, developed stable single-crystalline porous hydr...

Hope for New Catalysts with High Activity

Osaka University scientists elucidated the activation mechanism of NPG catalysts that made poisonous CO gas harmless....

Could a particle accelerator using laser-driven implosion become a reality?

Scientists discovered a novel particle acceleration mechanism called ‘micro-bubble implosion,’ in which super-high energy hydrogen ions (relativistic ...

Understanding gravity: The nanoscale search for extra dimensions

A Japan–US research collaboration involving Osaka University has used a pulsed slow neutron beamline to probe the deviation of the inverse square law ...

Direct observation of topology hidden inside materials

Shedding (high-power laser) light on the plasma density limit

Researchers theoretically proposed the existence of density limit for hole boring by laser light on matter. They derived the maximum plasma density as...

Mind your speed: A magnetic brake on proton acceleration

An international research team led by Osaka University studied high-energy protons emitted from laser-bombarded solids. Recent studies found that high...

A simple new approach to plastic solar cells

Osaka University researchers built on their previous work to develop new advanced organic polymer. When applied in the solar cells, the polymers forme...


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