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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
RIKEN and Fujitsu host symposium on ‘shogi intuition’ (Japanese chess) research
21-February-2009

The project aims to clarify the mechanism of information processing in shogi players’ intuitive thinking, and thereby shed light on rapid perception and decision-making in the human brain.

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Quantum force on the edge
14-February-2009

A standard measurement of resistance, the quantum Hall effect, changes dramatically at the edge of a sample

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Making the switch for DNA
14-February-2009

Two RIKEN researchers have developed a switch to control the formation and separation of DNA duplexes that may have implications in many biological processes, such as gene regulation.

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Spin currents: pure and clean
13-February-2009

A team of scientists in Japan has demonstrated the possibility of switching the magnetization of a thin magnetic film with a non-conventional and innovative method, achieving a considerable step forward in magnetic data storage and the field known as spintronics.

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Media Invitation - RIKEN scientists to present research at AAAS 2009
7-February-2009

Using moss to remove heavy metal contaminants from water; X-ray charge density to directly observe chemical interactions at the molecular level; new fluorescent probes to discover unknown functions and potential in living things; iPS cells against cancer; Omics Science Centre and The X-Ray Free Electron Laser (XFEL)

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