Representative Inventions/Developments

2011

YoshikawaDevelopment of Ce:GAGG crystalline scintillator materials

2010

MakinoDevelopment of new nano crystalline soft magnetic materials exhibiting ultra low core loss and high magnetic flux density

2008

Saitoh,MaekawaDiscovery of the Spin-Seebeck Effect

2007

OrimoDevelopment of lithium super-ionic conducting hydrides

2006

Fujiwara,NakajimaDevelopment of growth technology for high-quality silicon bulk polycrystals used in solar cells

2005

World record magnetic field of 18.1 Tesla generated by a cryogen-free hybrid magnet

2001

Kawamura,InoueDevelopment of ultra-high strength magnesium alloy

1998

FukudaDevelopment of large single crystal for optical elements

1995

Fujimori,MitaniDiscovery of room temperature giant TMR in granular materials

1995

InoueProposal for bulk metallic glass alloy design criteria

1992

WatanabeDevelopment of cryogen-free hybrid magnet

1992

Inoue,Tsuyoshi MasumotoDevelopment ofa bulk metallic glass without precious metals

1986

Mutoh,Nakagawa31.1 Tesla generation with a hybrid magnet

1985

HiraiDevelopment of functionally graded material

1978

Izumi,AokiSuccess in making the Ni3Al intermetallic compound malleable

1976

YajimaInvention of Silicon Carbide(SiC) fiber

1975

Tsuyoshi MasumotoInvention of the single roller melt-spinning method

1974

Hashimoto,Tsuyoshi MasumotoInvention of amorphous corrosion-resistant alloys

1973

Fujimori,Tsuyoshi MasumotoInvention of amorphous magnetic alloys

1959

TakeuchiDevelopment of method for producing high-purity dendritic titanium

1955

HonmaInvention of Sendite Process

1940

Hakaru MasumotoInvention of Co-Elinvar

1933

Honda,Hakaru Masumoto,ShirakawaInvention of new KS magnet steel

1932

Hakaru Masumoto,YamamotoInvention of Sendust

1926

Kaya,HondaVerification of crystalline magnetic anisotropy

1916

Honda,TakagiInvention of KS magnet steel

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