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Under the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's "Nanotechnology Platform," organizations possessing cutting-edge research equipment related to nanotechnology come together to develop a nationwide system of equipment sharing and provide industry, academic and government researchers with a wide range of opportunities to use the equipment. This platform is comprised of implementing organizations that engage in the external sharing with respect to the three technical domains(microstructure analysis, micromachining and molecule & material synthesis)that form the basis for nanotechnology research and an organization representing them.

 Nagoya University was tapped for these three technical domains and is widely engaged in external sharing of its High Voltage Electron Microscope Laboratory as a "Advanced Characterization Nanotechnology Platform." The research support involves using reaction science high-voltage scanning transmission electron microscopes and other state-of-the-art electron microscopes to support crystalline structure analysis of metals, ceramics, organic thin films and other materials, elemental analysis, electronic state analysis and microelectromagnetic field analysis from the fabrication of observational samples. The university also supports morphological and molecular biological research of biological samples using electron microscopes with low-temperature stages. The professor in charge provides consulting services related to data analysis and experiment procedures.

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High Voltage Electron Microscope LaboratoryHigh Voltage Electron Microscope Laboratory
Nagoya University | Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability
In 1965, Japan's first 500,000 volt electron microscope was installed at the School of Science. This was followed by a 1,000,000 volt electron microscope installed at the School of Engineering in 1972 and a 1,250,000 volt ultra-high voltage electron microscope in 1982. We continually engage in research and development using the latest equipment and technology.
Nagoya UniversityNagoya University Institute of Materials and Systems for SustainabilityInstitute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Nanotechnology Platform\MEXT
Nanotechnology platform
Microstructure Analysis platformAdvanced Characterization Nanotechnology Platform
Nagoya University Nano-Fabrication platformNagoya University
Nano-Fabrication
platform
Nagoya University Molecule&Material Synthesis platformNagoya University
Molecule&Material Synthesis platform
Laboratory Equipment
Reaction Science high-voltage scanning transmission electron microscope
High Resolution Electron Microscope
Field Emission Electron Microscope
Analysis Electron Microscope
Focused Ion Beam Sample Preparation
Sample Preparation Devices

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