Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
Porous material sized up

A metal–organic framework that contains ordered channels of two different sizes can separate different gases

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Island hopping

Cells control interactions between two proteins with an important role in Alzheimer’s disease by stranding them on discrete membrane ‘islands’

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Nanoparticles get svelter in the heat

Scientists have discovered magnetic nanoparticles that, unlike most materials, shrink when they are heated

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Dividing the photosynthetic spoils

Cellular proteins assist plant cells to ensure their offspring inherit the capacity to support themselves

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The RIKEN-RAL Muon Facility, UK

Muons are obscure particles that only appear naturally on Earth when high-energy cosmic rays collide with the upper atmosphere. So why do RIKEN scientists travel all the way from Japan to study muons on a remote hill in England?

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