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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Embracing our differences
7-January-2011

The first Japanese human genome sequence suggests that genetics researchers may be overlooking rare but potentially important variations

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A colorful combination
7-January-2011

The ability of bacteria to change the body color of aphids has ecological consequences

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Anything goes in oxides
7-January-2011

The interaction of electrons in an unusual oxide reveals new ways to tune electrical conductivity

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Preplay of future place cell sequences by hippocampal cellular assemblies
7-January-2011

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Researchers at MIT's Picower Institute for Learning and Memory report for the first time how animals' knowledge obtained through past experiences can subconsciously influence their behavior in new situations.

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When matter and antimatter collide
25-December-2010

The discovery that particles called antiprotons collide with molecules and atoms in different ways is contrary to theoretical expectations.

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