Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
Keeping the immune system on track

Specialized motor proteins help control immune activation by physically hauling clusters of signaling receptors to a central site for eventual disposal

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Moving forward, spin goes sideways

Improvements to specialized valves that separate spin and electron currents may lead to higher-density magnetic media

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Pausing to make memories

Adding breaks to a training regimen gives rodents an edge in learning new motor skills and provides an improved model for studying memory

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When water and air meet

New study sheds light on the mysterious structure of the world’s most common liquid interface

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Unaffected by imperfections

Current flowing along the edges of a promising quantum device is insensitive to its magnetic impurities

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