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07 Jan 2011
The interaction of electrons in an unusual oxide reveals new ways to tune electrical conductivity
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24 Dec 2010
The discovery that particles called antiprotons collide with molecules and atoms in different ways is contrary to theoretical expectations.
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17 Dec 2010
Mathematical equations can now resolve whether electron transport in nanostructures follows classical or quantum mechanical behavior
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17 Dec 2010
Theoretical physicists are working to unlock the secrets of a new class of matter known as topological insulators and topological superconductors.
10 Dec 2010
On September 17–18, the RIKEN Harima Institute hosted the second Noyori Summer School, a retreat for PhD students in the International Program Associate (IPA) and Junior Research Associate (JRA) programs conducting research at RIKEN.
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06 Dec 2010
Tokyo, 6 Dec - Researchers at RIKEN, Japan’s flagship research institution, have successfully devised the world’s first experimental technique for measuring ground-state hyperfine transitions of antihydrogen.
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03 Dec 2010
Advances in our understanding of basic biological processes and human disease owe much to the groundbreaking research of scientists at the Chromosome Dynamics Laboratory at RIKEN Advanced Science Institute.
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15 Nov 2010
Tokyo, 15 Nov - New findings by researchers at RIKEN and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) have shed light on the remarkable electrochemical response properties of an elusive class of molecular helix structures, charting a new path in the design of molecular machines and devices.
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12 Nov 2010
Scientists discover that a protein with an essential role in controlling gene dosage in female cells has been hiding in plain sight
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04 Nov 2010
Tokyo, 4 Nov- Researchers at RIKEN have successfully developed a revolutionary new polymer film that changes shape upon irradiation with UV and visible light.
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15 Oct 2010
The formation of nuclear pores in dividing human cells is being illuminated by new visualization techniques
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15 Oct 2010
A versatile formula describes the energetic conditions needed to transport molecules laterally on surfaces
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01 Oct 2010
A fundamental effect associated with electrons also occurs in non-charged particles—a potential boon for spintronics
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17 Sep 2010
Theoretical physicists find evidence of a new state of matter in a simple oxide
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11 Sep 2010
The Waseda University Library came into existence in 1882. The library was established together with the founding of Tokyo Senmon Gakko, a school which was the precursor to Waseda University.
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10 Sep 2010
The ability to observe individual proteins as they react and combine provides remarkable insights into the complex world of cell signaling
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10 Sep 2010
Chemical-genomic profiling of bioactive therapeutic compounds reveals therapeutically exploitable signaling activity at fungal cell membranes
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03 Sep 2010
A network of filamentary conducting paths is behind the transition between insulating and conducting states in complex oxides
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28 Aug 2010
The first direct observation of an unusual magnetic structure could lead to novel electronic and magnetic memory devices
22 Aug 2010
Producing isolated laser pulses in just attoseconds made easier using a two-color laser field
22 Aug 2010
Information engineering at RIKEN extends the evolution of life into the digital realm
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15 Aug 2010
Tokyo, 15 August - A nuclear protein of previously unknown function has been shown to regulate the migration of tumor cells in the spread of melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer.
13 Aug 2010
A comparative study of two closely related organic insulators highlights the unusual properties of quantum spin liquids
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23 Jul 2010
Unusual properties predicted in superconducting thin films could deliver perfect lenses and other novel applications
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20 Jul 2010
Tokyo, 20 July - Scientists at Stanford University and RIKEN have revealed new clues on the microscopic processes by which resistance in certain materials is dramatically altered by the presence of magnetic fields.
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02 Jul 2010
Interference patterns made by wave-like electrons reveal that tiny atomic magnets are critical to iron-based superconductors
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02 Jul 2010
Single water molecules can now be sliced into different atomic components, thanks to the electronic properties of ultrathin oxide films
25 Jun 2010
The interaction between dense galaxy clusters and large-scale cosmic structures leads to intense shock waves that illustrate the evolution of the universe
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18 Jun 2010
Artificial ‘molecules’ with an asymmetric structure can control the flow of electrons in semiconductor materials

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