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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Just add barium
6-October-2007

Squashed carbon balls show promising electronic properties

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Microwaved electrons
6-October-2007

Physicists have long known that, when cooled to very low temperatures, electrons can be placed on the surface of liquefied helium. Now, researchers from RIKEN and Keio University have discovered they can effectively excite these electrons using microwave radiation.

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RIKEN, NEC, and JST Successfully Demonstrate Laser Emission From Artificial Atom/Superconducting Qubit
5-October-2007

New development to contribute to the application of quantum codes that will be essential for absolutely secure information management.

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Observing ultrahigh-energy cosmic particles
2-October-2007

Ultrahigh-energy cosmic particles are extremely rare—only 11 have been observed in 13 years. No one knows where they come from, or how they could have that much energy left over after the long journey through intergalactic and interstellar space. RIKEN is planning to observe them on board the International Space Station.

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Getting out of a jam with jellies
28-September-2007

One jellyfish can throw a swimmer into a panic, but relentless swarms can disrupt entire economies. The isolation of a promising new protein by Japanese researchers could help reverse the economic damage being done by exploding jellyfish populations

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