Osaka University Researchers Develop Self-Healing Materials for Drier Environments

an associate professor at Osaka University, told Design News that prior to their research, self-healing polymers have been categorized into two types: physical approach and chemical approach. The physical mechanism often relies on polyrotaxane, a …
( read original story …)


Related Post

UPDATE 2-Tame inflation keeps pressure on Bank of ...
views 57
TOKYO, April 20 (Reuters) - Japan’s headline infla...
Japan faces uphill battle in tackling excessive ov...
views 194
TOKYO -- Japan is making a renewed push to tackle ...
Japanese investments are looking up
views 229
JAPANESE investments in Malaysia this year may ris...
BANK OF JAPAN : Japan household assets up 0.6% to ...
views 186
The quarterly data also showed the outstanding bal...
Tech-savvy farmers a new hope for Japan’s sh...
views 148
YAMAMOTO-CHO, Japan: A new breed of younger, busin...
Nikkei drops as US election uncertainty sours mood...
views 208
while Japan’s three major shippers jumped af...
Japan docks top finance bureaucrat’s pay for...
views 105
Tokyo (Reuters) - Japan's finance ministry said on...
Japan urges China to pressure North Korea
views 193
Japan on Tuesday urged China to exert greater pres...
Japan's 2016 births likely fell below 1 milli...
views 164
Japanese media reported on Thursday. The total num...
S Korea monk self immolates in WW2 Japan sex slave...
views 221
Tensions between the two countries increased on Fr...