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203.  First time resolved Pilot Experiment by SwissFEL is performed to observe semiconductor to metal transition using λ-Ti3O5 provided from our laboratory.
202.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper February 17, 2017 (page 3): "Nano tech Awards 2017, The Academic-industrial Allliance Award"
201.  EETimes February 17, 2017: "Nanosized iron oxide, millimeter wave absorption above 100 GHz"
200.  Chemical Daily Newspaper February 17, 2017 (page 8): "Focusing on commercialization of nanomaterial, epsiron-iron oxide, expected for controlling millimeter wave"
199.  February 17, 2017: nano tech 2017 Special Feature "High performance hard ferrite, ƒÃ-Fe2O3 nanosized-iron oxide supporting IoT technology (in Japanese)"
198.  Chunichi Newspaper September 15, 2016 (page 2): "Colloid solution: Keeping jewel-like solution after 90 years"
197.  Chunichi Newspaper September 8, 2016 (page 2): "Prof. Kikunae Ikeda's evaporating dish: Discovery of Umami from sea weed"
196.  Cryst. Eng. Comm., 18, 1495 (2016) "The solvent effect on the structural and magnetic features of bidentate ligand-capped {CoII9[WV(CN)8]6} single-molecule magnets", was highlighted at the Cover picture.
195.  Tokyo Newspaper September 5, 2016 (page 4): "The science heritage: Chemistry Edition (2)"
194.  Tokyo Newspaper October 29, 2016 (page 4): "The science heritage: Chemistry Edition (1)"
193.  Science Newspaper, Japan September 2, 2016 (page 4): "High-performance magnetic tape, Epsilon-iron oxide used in a magnetic layer, realized by Univ. of Tokyo"
192.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper August 25, 2016 (page 21): "Nano-sized magnetic material, High capacity magnetic tape, developped by Univ. of Tokyo"
191.  Chemical Daily Newspaper August 25, 2016 (page 5): "Next generation magnetic tape, A noise of one in ten, developped by Univ. of Tokyo"
190.  Science Newspaper, Japan June 24, 2016 (page 6): "Epsilon-iron oxide, developped by Prof. Ohkoshi, Univ. of Tokyo"
189.  "Structural anisotropy of cyanido-bridged {CoII9WV6} single-molecule magnets induced by bidentate ligands: towards the rational enhancement of energy barrier"; Chem. Commun., 52, 4772 (2016) was highlighted at the Back Cover Picture.
188.  Science Newspaper, Japan June 24, 2016 (page 4): "Univ. of Tokyo group, development of ferrite bar magnet"
187.  Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper June 15, 2016 (page12): "Development of magnetic force microscopy probe for measurement under strong magnetic field"
186.  EE Times June 13, 2016: "Development of rustproof bar magnet which withstands strong magnetic field and electric current"
185.  Yahoo! News June 13, 2016: "Development of rustproof bar magnet which withstands strong magnetic field and electric current"
184.  Science Newspaper, Japan May 20, 2016 (page 4): "High ammonia adsorption ability in blue pigment"
183.  Chemical Daily Newspaper May 13, 2016 (page 3): "Efficient ammonia adsorption of Prussian blue, targeting for practical use"
182.  Science Newspaper, Japan March 25, 2016 (page 1): "Promising for wide range of application, heat storage ceramics"
181.  Science Newspaper, Japan March 18, 2016 (page 1): "Smallest particle size hard ferrite magnet, promising for next-generation magnetic recording media and millimeter-wave absorber"
180.  Kinzoku Jihyo November 5, 2015 (page 4): "Univ. of Tokyo, smallest particle size hard ferrite magnet, discovery of novel nano-material for magnetic recording tape"
179.  Minaminihon Broadcasting November 18, 2015: Prof. Ohkoshi's interview was broadcasted in the program.
178.  Chemical Daily Newspaper October 7, 2015 (page 1): "Univ. of Tokyo, development of smallest particle size magnetic ferrite with high coercive field"
177.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper October 7, 2015 (page35): "Univ. of Tokyo, development of single-nanometer size magnetic particle, iron oxide magnetic particle with low cost and suitable for mass production"
176.  Nature Communications, 6, 7037 (2015) was hilighted in Nature Japan "Focused article";.
175.  BS-Fuji TV August 28&30, 2015: Prof. Ohkoshi's interview was broadcasted in the program.
174.  Yomiuri Newspaper May 21, 2015 (page 9): "Discovery of prolonged heat storage ceramics"
173.  Chemical Daily Newspaper May 26, 2015 (page 3): "Univ. of Tokyo, discovery of "heat storage ceramics", heat energy storage for a prolonged period"
172.  Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper May 13, 2015 (page10): "eat storable ceramics, Univ. of Tokyo, promising for the reuse of waste heat"
171.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper May 13, 2015 (page19): "Univ. of Tokyo, Discovery of heat storage ceramics which can store heat energy for a prolonged period"
170.  Chemical Daily Newspaper May 13, 2015 (page 4): "Univ. of Tokyo and Univ. of Tsukuba, Discovery of heat storage ceramics, expected application for solar-thermal power system"
169.  Kensetsu-Kogyo Newspaper May 14, 2015: "Discovery of heat storable ceramics, promising for solar-thermal power system, Univ. of Tokyo, etc."
168.  Science Newspaper, Japan May 29, 2015 (page 1): "Discovery of "heat storage ceramics" which can store heat energy for a prolonged period"
167.  Kankyo Shimbun May 20, 2015 (page 2): "Heat energy storage for a prolonged period, discovery of heat storage ceramics"
166.  Denki Shimbun May 13, 2015 (page 4): "Univ. of Tokyo and Univ. of Tsukuba, Discovery of a material which can store heat energy for a prolonged period"
165.  Kosei-Fukushi (Jiji press) June 12, 2015: "Discovery of heat storable ceramics"
164.  New Energy News June 1, 2015:"Univ. of Tokyo, promising material for solar-thermal power system, Presentation of novel concept of 'Heat storage ceramics'"
163.  Jiji press May 12, 2015: "Discovery of heat storable ceramics, promising for solar-thermal power system, Univ. of Tokyo"
162.  Yahoo! News May 12, 2015: "Discovery of heat storable ceramics, Univ. of Tokyo, etc."‚È‚Ç
161.  Wall Street Journal Japan May 12, 2015: "Discovery of heat storable ceramics, Univ. of Tokyo"
160.  Nikkei Electronics July 2015: "Heat storage material which does not emit heat energy without pressure application, Univ. of Tokyo -also promising for resistance random access memory and optical recording memory-"
159.  WinWing "Heat energy storage for a prolonged period! Dreamy novel material 'Heat storage ceramics'"
158.  Nikkei Technology June 1, 2015: "Heat storage material which does not emit heat energy without pressure application, Univ. of Tokyo"
157.  JST Interview Prof. Ohkoshi's interview was appeared in the book, "Inteview of Japanese top-level researchers". The book was published in 2014.
156.  Keyman's net Jan. 8, 2014: "What is 'Photo-switching magnet' for ultrahigh recording density?";
155.  Newton (Japan) Feb. 15, 2014:"Hot mateiral, discovery of new titanium oxide";
154.  BS-TBS TV July 27, 2014 Prof. Ohkoshi's interview was broadcasted in the program.
153.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper July 28, 2014: "For safety large capacity data transformation: Electromagnetic wave absorber from iron rust";
152.  TBS Radio Prof. Ohkoshi's interview was broadcasted in the program. The programs were broadcasted every Thursday night of March 2014.
151.  Nature Pulishing Index Prof. Ohkoshi's article appeared in the magazine.
150.  ‚s‚a‚r ‚s‚u (Tokyo Broadcasting System Television) Ohkoshi laboratory was introduced in a TV program in the middle of January.
149.  Nature Photonics "interview"; (8, 80, 2014) Prof. Ohkoshi was interviewed.
148.  Nature Photonics, 8, 65 (2014) "90-degree optical switching of output second-harmonic light in chiral photomagnet", was highlighted at the Cover picture.
147.  The Nikkei Newspaper December 3, 2013ipage 14j"Effective for huge capacity, development of magnetic material"
146.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper December 3, 2013ipage 10j"Magnetic material for huge data storage, Univ. Tokyo"
145.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper November 27, 2013ipage 17j"Reversible switching of magentization, Univ. Tokyo, development of photomagnet"
144.  Science Newspaper, Japan December 6, 2013 (page 4) "90-degree switching of polarization, synthesis of chiral photomagnet, Prof. Ohkoshi's group"
143.  Yahoo!News November 25, 2013 "Univ. Tokyo, discovery of photomagnet which switches polarization by 90-degree"
142.  "Hard magnetic ferrite: ε-Fe2O3", Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 86, 897-907 (2013) was highlighted at the Cover picture.
141.  Nature Communications, 3, 1035 (2012) was highlighted in Nature Materials "Research highlights" (11, 910, 2012).
140.  Nature Communications, 3, 1035 (2012) was selected as "highlight article" in Nature Japan (2012.9.4) .
139.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper September 6, 2012: gCoercivity comparable to rare earth magnet, high performance ferrite magnet by Univ. Tokyo"
138.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper September 5, 2012: gHigh performance ferrite magnet developed by Univ. Tokyo, Application for millimetre wave absorber h
137.  Science Newspaper, Japan September 14, 2012: gRealization of Gigantic coercivity, high performance ferrite magnet developed by Univ. Tokyo, Prof. Ohkoshi et alh
136.  ‚x‚‚ˆ‚‚I ‚i‚‚‚‚Ž September 5, 2012: g Univ. Tokyo, development of high performance ferrite magneth
135.  gLight-induced magnetization with a high Curie temperature and a large coercive field in a Co-W bimetallic assemblyh, Adv. Funct. Mater., 20, 2089-2093 (2012) was highlighted at the Back Cover picture.
134.  gA cyano-bridged vanadium-niobium bimetal assembly exhibiting a high Curie temperature of 210 Kh, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2649-2652 (2012) was highlighted at the Cover picture.
133.  The Nikkei Newspaper January 12ipage 11j''Univ Tokyo; Ninefold larger than optical disks; A new strong magnetic material "
132.  Newton (Japan) March, 2012 (page 4)"Novel high-functionality metal oxide nanoparticle"
131.  Solid State Physics (Japan) January, 2012: ''Photomagnet'' Cover picture
130.  Chemistry Views 2012.1.20 "Hot Attraction in Bimetals"
129.  The Nikkei Newspaper June 6, 2011 (page 11) gUniv. Tokyo; light-induced magneth
128.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper June 8, 2011 (page 8): gUniv. Tokyo, observation of new magnetic material; changeing to magnet with light-irradiationh
127.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper June 6, 2011 (page 15): gUniv. Tokyo, observation of new material; transition to magnet with light-irradiationh
126.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper June 6, 2011 (page 5) gThe research group in Univ. Tokyo found light-induced magnet: transition to ferromagnet with irradiation to a iron ionh
125.  ‚x‚‚ˆ‚‚I ‚i‚‚‚‚Ž June 7, 2011: g Univ. Tokyo, observation of light-induced spin-crossover magneth
124.  Dalton Trans., 40, 6825-6833 (2011).gNovel magnetic functionalities of Prussian blue analogsh (Hot article)
123.  Nature Materials gcommentaryh (E.Nakamura, K.Sato,10, 158, 2011)
"Managing the scarcity of chemical elements", Nature Chemistry, 2, 539 (2010).
122.  Weekly Economist (Japan) 2011.2.8 (page36): gEconomist Report (The topic about λ-Ti3O5 was adopted.)h
121.  "ε-Fe2O3: An advanced nanomaterial exhibiting giant coercive field, millimeter-wave ferromagnetic resonance, and magnetoelectric coupling", Chem. Mater, 22, 6483-6505 (2010) was highlighted at the Cover picture of Vol. 22, Isue 24.
120.  Nature Publishing Group (NPG) Asia Materials (2010.8.9)
gProton conductivity: Ordering the waterh,J. Am. Chem. Soc., 132, 6620 (2010)
119.  Sankei Newspaper October 25, 2010 (page 9): gOpen lecture (School of Science, The university of Tokyo), November 7, 2010h
118.  Science News (Japan), Sep. 22, 2010 (page 2): gA comment as a member of advisory committee for the science part of Japanese national budgeth
117.  Chemistry (Japan) (Vol.65, No.10, p30, 2010) gMetal oxides which shows photo-induced metal-semiconductor phase transitionh ihighlighted at the front coverj
116.  Chemistry Today (Japan) (Vol.9, p12, 2010) gTitanium oxides for high-density optical mediah
115.  O Plus E (Vol.10, p1137, 2010)gMonthly one attractive picture: Discovery of metal oxide which shows photo-induced metal-semiconductor phase transitionh
114.  à la carte topic of Univ. Tokyo gWhat is the "School of Science?"h (p243, 2010; The University of Tokyo Newspaper)
113.  The University of Tokyo Newspaper 2010.6.1ipage 2jgDiscovery of metal oxide which shows photo-induced phase transitionh
112.  EE Times Japan 2010.7.30: gRapid phase transition by the photo-irradiationh
111.  Keyman's net (Recruit Co., LTD) 2010.7.21: gNext-generation optical strage materials h
110.  Newton (Japanese scientific magnzine), Vol.8, 2010 (page13): gOptical strage materials beyond Blu-ray Disch
109.  Scientific American (Japanese edition), Vol.8, 2010 (page 20): gMetal-semiconductor transition by the lighth
108.  Naturejapanjobs (Japanese) June 25, 2010 gMetal-semiconductor transition by the light at room tempeartureh
107.  Nature Chemistry, "News & Views" (Vol. 2, p517, 2010.)
"Materials chemistry: Illuminated oxides"
, Nature Chemistry, 2, 539 (2010).
106.  ‚s‚a‚r ‚s‚u (Tokyo Broadcasting System Television)May 25, 2010: gNews Ranking 1st: Univ. Tokyo, New material for optical strage mediah ibroadcasted at 5:15-j
105.  ‚m‚g‚j (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) news, May 24, 2010: gNew materials, prospective for economical discs h
ibroadcasted on TV and Radioj
104.  ‚`‚e‚o (Agence France-Presse) delivered to 150 countries in the world: gJapanese team discovers 'super disc' materialh iMay 25, 2010j. This article appeared on Le Figaro iFRAj, ABCiAUSj, Deutsche-WelleiDEUj, XinhuaiCHNj, Taiwan DailyiTWNj, YonhapiKORj, Ria NovostiiRUSj, Yahoo!iUSA, AUS, CAN, PHL, MYSj, and so on.
103.  The Japan Times, May 25, 2010ipage 9j:gSuperdisc material discoveredh
102.  Yomiuri Newspaper, May 25, 2010 ipage 2j:gInexpensive, fast, energy saving; for optical strage mediah
101.  Mainichi Newspaper, May 24, 2010 ipage 2j:gNew material for optical strage mediah
100.  The Nikkei Newspaper May 24, 2010 ipage 13j:gBlack↔White, color change by the lighth
99.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, May 24, 2010 ipage 20j: gMetal-semiconductor transition by the lighth
98.  Sankei Newspaper June 21, 2010 (page 12): gNew material for high-density optical strageh
97.  Science News (Japan), Feb. 4, 2010 (page 4): gDiscovery of an optically induced ON-OFF metal oxideh
96.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper, May 24, 2010 ipage 5j: gCandidate for next-generation ultra-high density optical strage material: new metal oxideh
95.  ‚x‚‚ˆ‚‚I ‚i‚‚‚‚Ž May 24, 2010: gNew material for optical strage mediahiappeared on the top Web sites itopicsjj.
94.  Yomiuri Online, May 25, 2010: gHigh-performance optical strage material composed of titanium oxide: observed by the Univ. of Tokyohiappeared on the top Web sitesj.
93.  Mainichi.jp May 24, 2010: gOptical strage media: New materialhiThe most frequently accessed topic on 24th in Mainichi.jp.j
92.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper Business Line, May 24, 2010: gObservation of metal-semiconductor phase transition material (Univ. Tokyo)h
91.  MSN Sankei News, June 21, 2010: gNew material for high-density optical strageh
90.  The Mainichi Daily News, May 24, 2010: gResearchers discover compound that could hold 200 times more data than Blu-ray discsh
89.  Chemistry World, May 23, 2010: gLight sparks new approach to data storageh
88.  Nature Chemistry, "News & Views" (Vol. 2, p10, 2010.)
"Electric-field-induced charge-transfer phase transition" J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131, 15049 (2009).
87.  Kahoku Newspaper, Dec. 28, 2009 (page 5): "The four scientists received the IBM Japan Science Prize"
86.  Shizuoka Newspaper, Nov. 30, 2009 (page 6): "The four young scientists received the IBM Japan Science Prize"
85.  Mainichi Newspaper, Nov. 24, 2009 (page 25): "The IBM Japan Science Prize"
84.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper, Nov. 18, 2009 (page 5): "The IBM Japan Science Prize"
83.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, Nov. 11, 2009 (page 3): "The IBM Japan Science Prize"
82.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper, Nov. 11, 2009 (page 11): "The IBM Japan Science Prize
81.  Mainichi.jp, Nov. 24, 2009: "The four scientists received the IBM Japan Science Prize" h
80.  BBC NEWS, Sept. 30, 2009: gAnti-wifi paint offers security". Successively, this article appeared on several hundreds of Web sites in the world (Broadband, YAHOO!, TECHWORLD, ZDNet, PCWorld, InfoWorld, and other web news and images in various countries in the world, etc.)
79.  BBC, Sept. 20, 2009: The program of gAnti-Wifi paint" (millimeterwave absorption paint for high-speed wireless communications) was broadcast on the radio. You can preview it on the web site of BBC World Service.
78.  Prof. Ohkoshi was offered a Guest Editor of the Special issue gMultiferroics" on the combined feature title of Materials and IJMS.
77.  The University of Tokyo Newspaper, July 28, 2009: "Stroll in laboratory @ Solid state physics: Creation of the first-ever material one after another"
76.  BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), July 4, 2009: The director of BBC came to Japan for the radio broadcasting collection. It is scheduled to be broadcast in Europe and US.
75.  Ceramics, "Topics article", May 2009: "Ultra high performance and cheap electromagnetic radiation absorption material"
74.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper, Jan. 21, 2009 (page 11): "The University of Tokyo developed the Millimeterwave absorber which will be available for the next generation communication."
73.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, Jan. 21, 2009 (page 25): "The magnetic material for the high speed wireless communications is developed which absorbs the electromagnetic wave over 180 GHz."
72.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper, Jan. 21, 2009 (page 5): "The University of Tokyo developed the nano iron oxide as an electromagnetic wave absorption material for the high frequency millimeterwave communication."
71.  asahi.com, Jan. 21, 2009: "The University of Tokyo developed the magnetic material for the high speed wireless communications which absorbs the electromagnetic wave over 180 GHz."
70.  New Scientist (UK), Jan. 19, 2009: "Cheap paint could protect against super-fast wireless". This article introduces the research of J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131, 1170 (2009) and the interview with Prof. Ohkoshi.
69.  KAKENHI NEWS, Nov. 2008: "The photo ON-OFF magnet was developed."
68.  JSPS Quarterly 24: gDr. Shin-ichi Ohkoshi / Design and demonstration of new magnetic properties based on magneto chemistry"
67.  Shukan-Shincho journal, July 3, 2008: "Bulletin board/ Shin-ichi Ohkoshi, Professor of the graduate school of the University of Tokyo"
66.  Kodomo-no-Kagaku (Scientific journal for children), p. 6, July 2008: "The super-high performance photo reversible magnet was developed."
65.  National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, deep science, June 2008.
64.  The University of Tokyo Newspaper, June 10, 2009 (front page): "Prof. Ohkoshi developed the photo-reversible magnet."
63.  The University of Tokyo new report (Newspaper), May 15, 2008 (front page): "Prof. Ohkoshi developed the photo-reversible magnet."
62.  Chunichi Newspaper, May 20, 2008 (page 10): "The light ON-OFF magnet"
61.  Tokyo Newspaper, May 20, 2008 (21): "The light ON-OFF magnet"
60.  Asahi Newspaper, May 19, 2008 (page 9): "The photo-swithing magnet"
59.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, May 15, 2008 (21): "The University of Tokyo developed the light-switching magnet which is controlled by the laser colors.""
58.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper, May 8, 2008 (front page): "The University of Tokyo developed the highest performance photo-induced reversible magnet."
57.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper, May 8, 2008 (page 11): "The University of Tokyo developed the cobalt compound which exhibits photo-generated magnetic phase."
56.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper, May 8, 2008 (page 5): "Iron oxide nano magnetic material"
55.  Kyoiku-Gakujutsu Newspaper, Feb. 27, 2008 (page 4): "Prof. Ohkoshi receives Japan Academy Medal."
54.  Japan Academy newsletter, Apr. 14, 2008 (page 6): "The 4th Japan Academy Medal"
53.  Asahi Newspaper, Mar. 17, 2008 (page 31): "Seeker, Prof. Shin-ichi Ohkoshi who tries to explain the electrons from the chemical point of view."
52.  Science News (Japan), Feb. 22, 2008 (page 8): "The five young scientists such as Prof. Shin-ichi Ohkoshi of the magnetochemistry received the Japan Academy Medal."
51.  Yomiuri Newspaper, Feb. 13, 2008 (page 37): "The five scientists received the 4th Japan Academy Medal."
50.  Asahi Newspaper, Feb. 13, 2008 (page 33): "The Japan Academy Medal"
49.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, Feb. 13, 2008 (page 24): "They five people such as Prof. Ohkoshi received this yearfs Japan Academy Medal."
48.  Sankei Newspaper, Feb. 18, 2008 (page 9): "Five winners of the Japan Academy Medal were determined. "
47.  "Charge transfer-induced spin transition and photo-reversible magnetism in a cyano-bridged cobalt-tungstate bimetallic assemblyh, Chem. Mater., 20, 3048 (2008) was highlighted at the Cover picture of the May and June issues of this journal.
46.  Science News (Japan), Jan. 11, 2008 (page 6): "Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Prize (Prof. Ohkoshi)"
45.  Yomiuri Newspaper, Jan. 7, 2008 (page 19): "Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Prize"
44.  Chemistry Today (Japan), Feb. 2008: "New magnetic materials made of the metal complexes"
43.  Ceramics, Feb. 2008: "Topics article: The high performance magnetic material absorbing the millimeterwave."
42.  Mainichi Newspaper, Nov. 4, 2007 (page 25): "Prof. Ohkoshi et al. of the University of Tokyo developed the millimeterwave absorber.
41.  Asahi Newspaper, Oct. 26, 2007 (page 37): "Cornerstone of the next-generation communications: the new material blocking the electromagnetic wave.""
40.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper, Oct. 26, 2007 (page 8): "The electromagnetic wave absorber over 150 GHz""
39.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, Oct. 26, 2007 (page 26): "The absorption of millimeterwave of 150 GHz"
38.  Mainichi.jp, Nov. 4, 2007: "Prof. Ohkoshi et al. of the University of Tokyo developed the new material absorbing the millimeterwave."
37.  The University of Tokyo Newspaper, Nov. 20, 2007: "Prof. Ohkoshi etc. developed the 150 GHz electromagnetic wave absorber.""
36.  A millimeter-wave absorber based on gallium-substituted ƒÃ-iron oxide nanomagnets", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46, 8392 (2007) was highlighted at the Inside Cover of the issue on Nov. 12, 2007.
35.  "Coexistence of ferroelectricity and ferromagnetism in RbMnFe Prussian blue analogs", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46, 3238 (2007) was highlighted in the frontispiece of the issue on Apr. 27, 2007.
34.  Science News (Japan), Apr. 2005: "The Young Scientistsf Prize by the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education,Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Prof. Ohkoshi)"
33.  S&T Today, p. 5, Jan. 2005: "Topics: The exotic material whose magnetic property changes depending on the humidity was synthesized."
32.  The Japan Journal, April vol. 1, No. 12. 31 (2005) gThe Humidity-Responsive Magnet
31.  Popular Science, No. 6, 97 (2005): "33 people who change the futurity: The imagination makes the world go around."
30.  The University of Tokyo newspaper, Jan. 18, 2005: "The material exhibiting humidity-induced magnetic pole inversion was synthesized."
29.  Nikkei Nano Business, "The important paper in the world", Jan. 17, 2005: S. Ohkoshi, et. al., Nature Materials, 3, 857 (2004).
28.  MSJ technological information, 6th, 6.01 on Dec. 3, 2004: "Giant coercive field of ƒÃ(epsilon)-iron oxide Nano rod "
27.  Chemistry and chemical industry, 58(2), 138 (2005): "News"
26.  The Nikkei Newspaper, Nov. 22, 2004 (page 19): "The University of Tokyo discovered the metal compound exhibiting humidity-induced magnetic pole inversion."
25.  The Nikkei Business Daily Newspaper, Nov. 22, 2004 (page 7): "The University of Tokyo discovered the metal compound exhibiting humidity-induced magnetic pole inversion."
24.  Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, Nov. 22, 2004 (page 21): "The University of Tokyo discovered the exotic material exhibiting humidity-induced reversible variations in the magnetic properties."
23.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper, Nov. 22, 2004 (page 8): "The University of Tokyo group discovered the cyano-bridged metal complexes exhibiting humidity-induced reversible variations in the magnetic properties. "
22.  Science News (Japan), Nov. 26, 2004 (front page)
21.  Nikkei Net Interactive, Nov.22,(2004): gTokyo univ. research group discovers unique metallic compoundh
20.  Chemistry and chemical industry, Mar., 2003: "Explanation of News: The exotic photomagnetic material exhibiting the time dependent photo-induced magnetic phase"
19.  Chemistry and chemical industry, May, 2002: "News: Development of photomagnetic material exhibiting the time dependent photo-induced magnetic phase"
18.  The Chemical Daily Newspaper, Feb. 25, 2002 (page 9): "Time dependent photo-induced magnetic phase"
17.  Technical Insights, Oct. 27, 2000: "Advanced coatings and Surface technology: Contribution to magnetooptics: Transparent and colored magnetic thin films."
16.  Science News (Japan), Mar. 31, 2000 (page 4): "Japan Chemical Society Prize for Young Chemist (Prof. Ohkoshi) "
15.  Niigata Nippo Newspaper, June 15, 1999 (page 4 evening newspaper): "Success in synthesis of the magnets as designed theoretically"
14.  Kochi Newspaper, May 31, 1999 (page 13): "The magnetic pole turns about twice."
13.  Oita Godo Newspaper, June 7, 1999 (page 3 evening newspaper): "N pole and S pole turn about."
12.  Ehime Newspaper, June 4, 1999 (page 19): "Magnetic pole reverses turns about twice."
11.  To-o Nippo Newspaper, June 14, 1999 (page 6): "The magnetic pole turns about twice with changing temperature."
10.  Akita Sakigake Shimpo Newspaper, June 16, 1999 (page 4): "The magnetic pole turns about round and round twice."
9.  Minami-Nippon Newspaper, June 17, 1999 (page 7 evening newspaper) "The magnetic pole turns about with changing temperature. "
8.  Nature, 399, 21, 1999: "News and Views: The magnetic turnabout"
7.  Science News (USA), 155, 159 (1999): "Making magnetism flip twice, by design
6.  Physical Review Focus, 3 (8), (1999): "Fickle Magnet Switches Poles Twice"
5.  Chemistry and chemical industry, 51, 1456 (1998): "News"
4.  C&EN, June 8, 1998, "Science/ technology concentrates: Magnetic films show off their colors"
3.  JACS, May, 1998: "Hot articles: Transparent and Colored Magnetic Thin Films: (FeIIxCrII1-x)1.5[CrIII(CN)6]"
2.  JETRO, Feburary, 16, 1997.
1.  Nihon Kogyo Newspaper, Nov. 6, 1997 (page 7): "The magnetic pole flips by the photo irradiation."



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