Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
Escape from frustration

When the bonds between atoms suddenly alter in strength, structural changes in symmetry result

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Stay of execution

A new twist on an old technique helps researchers identify proteins with a regulatory ‘death sentence’

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Former RIKEN researcher ‘honored’ with Ig Nobel

A group of Japanese scientists including former RIKEN researcher Toshiyuki Nakagaki were among this year’s winners of the Ig Nobel Prizes, recognized for their discovery that a unicellular amoeboid organism can figure out the shortest distance in a maze.

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Missing piece gets a work over

Researchers working in Japan have developed a new theory that may explain the activity of two unusual, but vitally important, enzymes that were discovered over 40 years ago.

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Free from approximations

A novel numerical technique permits researchers to study the interaction between elementary particles within a material without approximations

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