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Imaging whole-body cancer metastasis at the single-cell level


A new optical clearing method allows imaging of cancer metastasis at incredibly high resolution.

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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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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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The sound of molecules: NMR-inspired music


Science & art: how NMR works and how NMR spectra have been used to compose music based on molecular structures.

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Black smokers and electroecosystems


Black smokers are deep-sea hydrothermal vents found in the ocean. Now scientists believe that they may host electroecosystems in which the primary producers use electric currents as their energy source.

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Science communication symposium


Friday I participated in a small symposium that focused on science communication (for institutions in Japan). We discussed using social media as a means to self-publish wow! and amazing! research findings. Here are some of my thoughts about how useful this plays out in Japan.

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Imaging whole-body cancer metastasis at the single-cell level


A new optical clearing method allows imaging of cancer metastasis at incredibly high resolution.

Read on

RIKEN is looking for you


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

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

The sound of molecules: NMR-inspired music


Science & art: how NMR works and how NMR spectra have been used to compose music based on molecular structures.

Read on

Black smokers and electroecosystems


Black smokers are deep-sea hydrothermal vents found in the ocean. Now scientists believe that they may host electroecosystems in which the primary producers use electric currents as their energy source.

Read on
Dec

11

Science communication symposium


Friday I participated in a small symposium that focused on science communication (for institutions in Japan). We discussed using social media as a means to self-publish wow! and amazing! research findings. Here are some of my thoughts about how useful this plays out in Japan.

Page 8 of 8« First...45678

Black smokers and electroecosystems


Black smokers are deep-sea hydrothermal vents found in the ocean. Now scientists believe that they may host electroecosystems in which the primary producers use electric currents as their energy source.

Read on

RIKEN is looking for you


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

Read on

The sound of molecules: NMR-inspired music


Science & art: how NMR works and how NMR spectra have been used to compose music based on molecular structures.

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
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