25 Mar, 2019
A gathering of innovative scientists sparked lively discussions on the future of materials science and spintronics
25 Dec, 2018
Drawing inspiration from Marie Curie and Japanese female scientists, AIMR principal investigator Ayumi Hirano-Iwata is exploring networks made from rat neurons as well as artificial cell membranes for detecting drug side effects
25 Sep, 2018
The AIMR has been actively pursuing collaboration with researchers and institutions in both Europe and Asia
AIMResearch brings the very best of AIMR research to a global audience of specialists and nonspecialists alike.
Excellent tensile strength and ductility have been realized in an ultralight, three-dimensional structure made of nanoporous graphene
Two fermions have been found that can exist only as quasiparticles inside topological crystals
A designed hydride has a combination of properties that make it nearly ideal as an electrolyte in all-solid-state lithium batteries
A porous graphene material can store and release large amounts of lithium
A nano-thin layer of manganese is used to fabricate a magnetic tunnel junction with a high potential for magnetic storage devices
A new crystallographic phase found in metal oxides will force crystallographers to update their classification system for materials
The Advanced Institute for Materials Research (AIMR) was established in 2007, aiming to contribute to society through the creation of new and innovative materials by gathering researchers from around the world in the fields of materials science, physics, chemistry, and engineering - fields in which Tohoku University holds a leading position in the world in its research.