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Nihonium walk of fame

A nihonium walk of fame is being built to commemorate the discovery of the 113th element

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Robotic researcher to the rescue

Masaki Watabe talks about automated robotic researchers, future robot rule, and scientific philosophy.

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New rice fights off drought

Researchers have created drought resistant transgenic rice using a gene from a small Eurasian flowering plant

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RIKEN is looking for you

RIKEN is looking for you. Check out our new introductory videos! learn about exotic nuclei and much much more.

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From evolutionary morphology to Godzilla

I recently spoke with RIKEN scientist Shigeru Kuratani about evolutionary morphology, sci-fi monsters, the genius of Alien, and more.

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Eve Marder: freeing knowledge, crashing neurons

None of us would get on a plane that had its parts changed in mid-air, says Eve Marder, who has spent her career probing a very specific cluster of crustacean nerve cells. Yet we are all walking around undergoing a constant turnover of cellular parts, and so are the lobsters and crabs Marder studies.

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Nihonium walk of fame

A nihonium walk of fame is being built to commemorate the discovery of the 113th element

Read on

New rice fights off drought

Researchers have created drought resistant transgenic rice using a gene from a small Eurasian flowering plant

Read on

Robotic researcher to the rescue

Masaki Watabe talks about automated robotic researchers, future robot rule, and scientific philosophy.

Read on

Centennial RIKEN Research

๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽˆThis Spring we’ve put together a special centennial issue of RIKEN Research ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽˆ

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Aug

17

Eve Marder: freeing knowledge, crashing neurons

None of us would get on a plane that had its parts changed in mid-air, says Eve Marder, who has spent her career probing a very specific cluster of crustacean nerve cells. Yet we are all walking around undergoing a constant turnover of cellular parts, and so are the lobsters and crabs Marder studies.

Page 1 of 212

From evolutionary morphology to Godzilla

I recently spoke with RIKEN scientist Shigeru Kuratani about evolutionary morphology, sci-fi monsters, the genius of Alien, and more.

Read on

Centennial RIKEN Research

๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽˆThis Spring we’ve put together a special centennial issue of RIKEN Research ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽˆ

Read on

Nihonium walk of fame

A nihonium walk of fame is being built to commemorate the discovery of the 113th element

Read on

Promising mouse model for Ngly1 deficiency

A recent study of Ngly1 deficient mice used a secondary knockout to create double knockouts with symptoms similar to human NGLY1 deficiency.

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