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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
The proteins that help plants keep time
18-March-2010

Press Release - Researchers at the RIKEN Plant Science Center have clarified the function of three proteins that play a central role in the circadian clock in plants. The finding, to appear in the journal The Plant Cell, opens the door to the engineering of plant clock systems, with powerful applications to agriculture.

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Creating the ultimate nuclear theory to help solve resource and energy problems
12-March-2010

Through close collaboration between theoreticians and experimentalists, RIKEN’s Radioactive Isotope Beam Factory is poised to deliver breakthroughs in our understanding of the origin of matter and nuclear theory

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X-rays in a new light
12-March-2010

The SPring-8 synchrotron opens the door to study the nonlinear interaction of high-intensity x-rays with matter

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All natural ingredients
12-March-2010

A catalog of the chemicals produced within a plant’s tissues yields fresh insights into its metabolic pathways and gene function

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Japanese genomes inform on gut inflammation culprits
5-March-2010

Revealing genes linked to the inflammatory bowel disease ulcerative colitis may speed the development of treatments

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