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Nov, 14, 2011
Wireless Power Transmission and Space Solar Power Satellite/Station as Its Application

Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) technologies will change our world as revolution of usage of electricity. WPT is useful and convenient technology, which can be used to charge the batteries in the equipments without the need for a wire connection.

Sep, 06, 2011
Activating Effects of Ethanolamines on Bovine Intestine Alkaline Phosphatase Activity

Bovine intestine alkaline phosphatase (BIALP) is widely used as a signaling enzyme in sensitive assays such as enzyme immunoassay (EIA). The sensitivity and rapidity of the assay increase with increasing the activity of the enzyme.

Feb, 17, 2011
Metal Nanostructures Formed by Electrodeposition within Hydrophobic Microporous Silicon

Dr. Fukami and his research group at Kyoto University have recently developed a method to prepare metal nanostructures, such as nanoparticles and nanofibers, by electrodeposition in chemically-modified porous silicon electrodes.

Feb, 17, 2010
Hardware Architecture for High-Accuracy Real-Time Pedestrian Detection

Co-occurrence histograms of oriented gradients (Co-HOG) is a powerful feature descriptor for pedestrian detection. However, its calculation cost is large because the feature vector for the CoHOG descriptor is very highdimensional.

Feb, 10, 2010
Photovoltaic Cell with Semiconducting Electrodes Modified with Composite

Composite cluster of soluble single-walled carbon nanotube and porphyrin-linked C60 was prepared in a mixed solvent of o-dichlorobenzene and acetonitrile and then electrophoretically deposited onto a tin-oxide electrode.

Feb, 03, 2010
Highly Sensitive Electrostatic Force Detection Using Small Amplitude FM-KFM

Electrostatic force microscopy (EFM) and Kelvin-probe force microscopy (KFM) are powerful methods which are capable of measuring local electric properties even at atomic/molecular resolution.

Jan, 27, 2010
Synthesis of Cycloparaphenylenes from a Square-Shaped Tetranuclear Platinum Complexes

A new synthetic method to cycloparaphenylenes, which are the simplest structural unit of armchair carbon nanotubes, has been developed.

Jan, 20, 2010
Method, Apparatus and Program to Widen a Detectable Range of Frequency Shift Detector for Vibrating Materials and Frequency Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy

Phase lock loop (PLL) enables us to detect the shift of input signal frequency. In general heterodyne is used to match the input signal frequency to the center frequency of VCXO in PLL as shown in fig1.

Dec, 24, 2009
N-doped Carbonized Sugi Wood Prepared by Pulse Current Sintering

Development of conductive carbon cathode catalyst from waste wood may provide an efficient and stable system of energy supply and contribute to countermeasures for global warming.

Dec, 16, 2009
Large Positive Magnetoresistive Effect in Silicon Induced by the Space-Charge Effect

Because silicon is one of the most intensively studied materials, on which the modern technology has been founded, one might think that no phenomenon remains to be discovered in it.