Found 776 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
Search for element 113 concluded at last27-September-2012
Tokyo, Japan, 27 September - The most unambiguous data to date on the elusive 113th atomic element has been obtained by researchers at the RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-based Science (RNC).
Hall effect at the speed of light: How can you demonstrate relativistic effects with your mobile phone?20-May-2012
Saitama, Japan, 20 May 2012 - The relativistic Hall effect describing objects rotating at speeds comparable with the speed of light has now been reported.
Reacting to changing circumstances14-May-2012
Analysis reveals how a subset of immune cells rally defenses against infection while keeping harmful inflammatory reactions in check. Experiments confirm a central role for plasmacytoid dendritic cells in responding to infection, driving both the inflammatory response pathway and the production of pathogen-destroying cytotoxic T lymphocytes.
Inside a plant’s pharma factory14-May-2012
A newly discovered enzyme brings scientists one step closer to understanding how plants manufacture a molecule with potent medicinal properties. Plants of the genus Glycyrrhiza are best known as key ingredients in the popular treat licorice, but they also have a valuable place in the medicine cabinet.
Revealing the stars of brain adaptability14-May-2012
Star-shaped brain cells called astrocytes are found to bridge the gap between global brain activity and localized circuits. Global network activity in the brain modulates local neural circuitry via calcium signaling in non-neuronal cells called astrocytes (Fig. 1), according to research led by Hajime Hirase of the RIKEN Brain Science Institute.
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