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Molecular self-assembly controls graphene-edge configuration

12-09-2014

A research team headed by Prof. Patrick Han and Prof. Taro Hitosugi at the Advanced Institute of Materials Research (AIMR), Tohoku University discovered a new bottom-up fabrication method that produces defect-free graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) with periodic zigzag-edge regions. This method, which ...

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Evonik to expand its specialty silica capacities in Japan

Investment volume in the single-digit million Euro range

08-09-2014

Evonik Industries has announced an expansion of its specialty silica capacities in Ako, Japan through a holding in DSL Japan Co. Ltd. (DSL). Evonik holds 51 percent of shares in DSL, a joint venture with the Japanese Shionogi & Co. Ltd. The expansion, with an investment volume in the single-digit ...

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Breaking benzene

29-08-2014

Aromatic compounds are found widely in natural resources such as petroleum and biomass, and breaking the carbon-carbon bonds in these compounds plays an important role in the production of fuels and valuable chemicals from natural resources. However, aromatic carbon-carbon bonds are very stable ...

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Vencorex strengthen its distribution on coating market in Japan

10-06-2014

Vencorex announced that Vencorex signed a new distribution agreement with Kadotoku in 2014. Kadotoku will be focused on selling Vencorex aliphatic range of isocyanates to the coating, adhesives, sealants and ink market in Japan. “We strongly believe that in market like Japan we need a dedicated ...

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Zeroing in on the proton's magnetic moment

04-06-2014

As part of a series of experiments designed to resolve one of the deepest mysteries of physics today, researchers from RIKEN, in collaboration with the University of Mainz, GSI Darmstadt and the Max Planck Institute for Physics at Heidelberg, have made the most precise ever direct measurement of ...

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Evonik: Strategic partnership with the University of Tokyo

16-04-2014

Evonik Industries and the University of Tokyo plan to work together closely in selected fields in the future and have sealed a strategic partnership for this purpose. Prof. Dr. Noboru Harata, Director General of Division of University Corporate Relations (DUCR), the University of Tokyo, Ulrich ...

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BASF plans joint venture for cathode active materials in Japan

04-04-2014

BASF and TODA KOGYO CORP., one of the industry leaders in the development and manufacture of cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries, have announced that they will enter exclusive negotiations to form a joint venture for cathode active materials (CAM) based in Japan. The proposed joint ...

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Carbon nanotubes grow in combustion flames

03-04-2014

Professor Stephan Irle of the Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM) at Nagoya University and co-workers at Kyoto University, Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL), and Chinese research institutions have revealed through theoretical simulations that the molecular mechanism of carbon ...

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BASF and top Asian universities establish joint research network

17-03-2014

BASF has established the research initiative “Network for Advanced Materials Open Research” (NAO) together with seven leading universities and research institutes in China, Japan and South Korea. The scientists aim to cooperate in developing new materials for a wide range of applications. The ...

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BASF inaugurates Battery Materials R&D and Application Center in Japan

Extends R&D co-operation with leading Japanese research institutes and battery manufacturers

07-02-2014

BASF inaugurated its Research and Development Laboratory and Application Technology Center for Battery Materials in Amagasaki, Japan. The facility, located in the Amagasaki Research Incubation Center (ARIC), is BASF’s first combined battery materials research and development (R&D) and application ...

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