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Superconducting Solder Joint for Rare Earth Oxide Superconducting Wires

—The New Technique May Expedite the Development of Powerful Electromagnets Operated in Persistent Current Mode—

NIMS Inorganic Material Database “AtomWork-Adv” Made Available to the Public (Fee-Based Service)

—Data Download and Search Capabilities to Facilitate Data-Driven Materials Development—

Observation of the anisotropic magneto-Peltier effect: Temperature of Magnetic Materials Can be Manipulated through Simple Redirection of Charge Current

—Novel Heating/Cooling Function Demonstrated Using a Single Magnetic Material without Junction Structure—

Successfully Confirmed the Highly Stable Cycling Performance of Nanoporous, Amorphous Silicon Anodes for All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries

—The Confirmation is a Scientific Breakthrough that may Contribute to Dramatic Prolongation of the Cruising Distance of Electric Vehicles on a Single Charge—

Discovery of Decoupling Phenomena in a Quantum Spin Liquid

—Spins Isolated from a Lattice at Extremely Low Temperatures and in Strong Magnetic Fields—

NIMS Issues New Data Sheets

—Six New Data Sheets Released, including Creep Strength Properties of Heat-Resistant Steels Subjected to Constant Load for over 100,000 Hours—

Iron-Corroding Bacteria Shown to Possess Enzymes Enabling Them to Extract Electrons from Extracellular Solids

—Discovery May Facilitate the Development of Environmental-Friendly Anti-biocorrosion Measures, Such as Enzyme-Targeted Chemicals—

NIST and NIMS Sign a Letter of Intent of Understanding on Research Exchange

—Collaboration Will Promote Materials Development Globally by Facilitating Efficient Data Utilization—

Determining the Electronic State of a 1111-Type Compound, a Parent Compound of Iron-Based Superconductors

—Our findings, including the Existence of Dirac Electrons, May Facilitate Investigation of the Origins of Superconductivity in Iron-Based Materials and Development of Novel Devices—
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