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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Taking aim at a slippery target
27-August-2010

Powerful synchrotron light captures never-before-seen electronic interactions of molecules dissolved in liquids

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Lasers in a flash
23-August-2010

Producing isolated laser pulses in just attoseconds made easier using a two-color laser field

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Intercepted messages reveal cells' inner workings
23-August-2010

A pair of molecular biology techniques enables detailed characterization of the gene expression of small numbers of cells

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Synthetic biology, creating biological resources from information resources
23-August-2010

Information engineering at RIKEN extends the evolution of life into the digital realm

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How genes hide their function
18-August-2010

Tokyo, 18 August - Researchers at the RIKEN Plant Science Center have illuminated mechanisms underlying the genetic robustness of metabolic effects in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. Their findings reveal a key balance between the roles played by duplicate genes and metabolic network connectivity in functional compensation.

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