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Nano-Macro Materials, Devices and System Research Alliance

The "Nano-Macro Materials, Devices and System Research Alliance" was founded as a unique 6-year national project starting form 2010 fiscal year for the purpose of strategic development of materials, devices and systems, based upon a concept of "Fusion from nano- to macro-leveled materials" and their deployment in the new technologies as a foundation of the new industries. The fundamental and applied research within the alliance is conducted by cooperative efforts of the 5 research institutes in the 5 leading universities, which include Research Institute of Electronic Science at Hokkaido University, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials at Tohoku University, Chemical Resources Laboratory at Tokyo Institute of Technology, the Institute of Science and Industrial Research at Osaka University, and Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering at Kyushu University.

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