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2017-9-19
Seeing the Next Dimension of Computer Chips

Japanese researchers used a scanning tunneling microscope to image the side-surfaces of 3D silicon crystals for the first time. The pictures, captured...

2017-9-19
Highly accurate calculation method for electronic configurations of magnetic molecules will lead to the development of molecular spintronics devices

A group of researchers led by Osaka University, Mie University, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, succeeded in developing a first principles ...

2017-9-13
Physicists Achieve Rapid Magnetic Switching with Lasers

An Osaka University-led research group use an advanced synchrotron measurement system to probe how laser pulses affect the magnetism of ferrimagnetic ...

2017-8-19
Solution to Mysterious Behavior of Supercooled Water

Japan-based researchers developed a model to explain mysterious deviation breakdown from of StokesEinstein–EinsteinStokes relationshipdiffusion behavi...

2017-6-13
What Happens When Materials Collide? Observing Fracture in Stressed Materials

Osaka University researchers have reported the first direct atomic-scale observations of a material’s dynamic fracture under stress. Their X-ray diffr...

2017-5-29
Solar Material for Producing Clean Hydrogen Fuel

A Japanese research team led by Osaka University developed a solar-active material for producing hydrogen fuel. The material is based on lanthanum tit...

2017-4-28
Novel Method to Study Quantum Fluctuations in Exotic Phases of Matter

An Osaka University-led international research team demonstrated that the effective charge of current carrying particles can be used to quantify quant...

2017-4-18
Exploring the Conversion of Heat to Electricity in Single Molecules

Researchers at Osaka University investigated the influence of the geometry of single-molecule devices on their ability to produce electricity from hea...

2017-4-12
Three-dimensional Direction-dependent Force Measurement at the Subatomic Scale

Osaka University and collaborators have developed a new atomic force microscopy (AFM) technique that can measure the three-dimensional force fields of...

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