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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Learning by osmosis
15-November-2008

New brain images show subconscious learning in action and could be used to monitor language rehabilitation

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Manipulating Electrons with Molecules
15-November-2008

Electrons underpin the functioning of devices used in personal computers, mobile phones, and digital cameras. Chief scientist Kato and members of the laboratory are taking advantage of molecular compounds made mainly of organic materials to create new superconductors and materials for electronic devices.

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Keeping development organized
8-November-2008

Researchers have identified a novel factor—and an unexpected mechanism—for the regulation of epithelial development

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Slow motion: antiprotons unravel atoms
8-November-2008

Theories on atomic reactions are being tested in collision experiments using a very slow beam of antiprotons

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Catching the heart and lungs in action
8-November-2008

A RIKEN-led team has designed and constructed a high-resolution, computed tomography (CT) system that can visualize the motion and deformation of the heart, coronary arteries and small airways of live rats and mice, the animals most often used as models for human disease.

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