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Found 33 articles associated to the institution Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences at Kyoto University.
 
Materials that open in the heat of the moment
25-January-2019

Temperature control of pore sizes in nanomaterials could lead to improved gas separation and storage applications.

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Capturing the surprising flexibility of crystal surfaces
4-December-2018

Real-time imaging has shown the surprising flexibility of a crystal surface upon guest molecule introduction, with implications for storage and sensing devices.

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Essential modifications for healthy brain function
7-November-2018

New research documents how modifications to RNA keep nerve junctions flexible.

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Mechano-sensing and resistance during development of the fruitfly wing
10-September-2018

How cells arrange themselves into precise tissue structures like wings is a response, and a resistance, to global mechanical patterning in a tissue.

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A new ‘periodic table’ for nanomaterials
23-July-2018

The table groups molecules according to the nano-shapes they form.

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