Jun-Ya Nagase

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A technique for permanently capturing a replica impression of biological cells has been developed to facilitate analysis using nanometer resolution imaging tools, namely the atomic force microscope (AFM). The method, termed Bioimprint, creates a permanent cell 'footprint' in a non-biohazardous Poly (dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) polymer composite. The transfer(More)
The development of a robot which is gentle to people in nursing and welfare has been concerned about more and more toward the aged society. For a robot in often contact with people and requiring safety and flexibility in nursing and welfare, the development of a soft actuator that is compact and lightweight has been urged. In particular, robots, which are(More)
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