Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
Electron’s magnetism pinned down precisely

Development of a computation system that can accurately predict electron magnetism provides a test of quantum theory

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The indecisive insulator

Researchers are applying relativistic quantum theory to explain how graphene could switch from a metal to an insulator

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Rattling the cages of superconductivity

The strong rattling motion of potassium in its atomic cage strongly affects the superconducting state

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Tackling cancer by fishing for trouble

A team of Japanese scientists has developed a method to ‘fish’ for specific DNA-base problems that are responsible for causing cancer. The method can also be used to identify the exact site and measure the extent of the disorder.

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Poor transport cuts to the bone

Researchers link skeletal disorders with sugar chain production

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