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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Emus emulate chick developmental stages
18-February-2011

Birds are useful models in developmental biology, but the study of avian development has been dominated by a single species of chicken. New research provides a comparative description of the development of the emu with that of the better-known chick.

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Key factor combines day and night to hold back morning
18-February-2011

As in manmade timepieces, the movements of the genetic clockworks that lie behind circadian cycles involve a remarkable amount of complexity. Researcher's from RIKEN's Laboratory for Systems Biology report how delayed feedback repression is a key factor in mammalian clock function.

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The physics of a sustainable society revolution
11-February-2011

Researchers at the RIKEN Advanced Science Institute are harnessing new physical principles in their search for the breakthroughs that will drive the next technological revolution.

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A novel vanishing act
11-February-2011

Microwave photons can nullify the conductivity of electrons confined to the surface of liquid helium

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Simpler fabrication of nanogaps
11-February-2011

A template-based coating technique allows the production of gapped nanostructures over large areas

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