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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Simulating the dynamics of proteins to understand protein functions
23-April-2010

Theoretical simulations of protein structures using better computational methods provide important information on the biological functions that make life possible.

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Unveiling spiral magnetism
23-April-2010

Photoemission experiments shed light on the origin of an enigmatic type of magnetism in iron

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Deactivating the alarm
23-April-2010

Therapeutic strategies that block inflammatory response to islet cell transplantation may accelerate treatment of diabetic patients

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New mechanism for superconductivity discovered in iron-based superconductors
23-April-2010

Tokyo, 22 April - A research team at RIKEN has experimentally determined the mechanism underlying the formation of electron pairs in iron-based high-temperature superconductors. The landmark finding, reported in the April 23rd issue of Science, establishes a key role for magnetism in superconductivity.

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How to split a water molecule
19-April-2010

Tokyo, 19 April - A research team at RIKEN has succeeded for the first time in selectively controlling for reaction products in the dissociation of a single water molecule on an ultrathin film. The reaction opens the door to the creation of novel functional catalysts and applications in clean energy production.

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