Researchers have developed an autonomous method for handling error correction in quantum computing. This will help quantum computers maintain their advantages over standard computers.
This laser melting ice core sampler can determine temperature changes thousands of years ago on very fine timescale.
Scientists discover gut bacteria that reduce insulin resistance in your body and sugar in your poo.
Researchers discover the mechanism through which places associated with negative experiences are burned into our memories.
Cold-resistant stem cells from “deep torpor” mice are a big step toward understanding why tissue survives hibernation.
Joshua Johansen from RIKEN CBS explains emotional memory, what his lab is doing, and what makes a good researcher.
The free energy principle predicted how real neural connections changed as neurons “learned” in a dish.
A new approach to attacking fungi involves inhibiting a gene needed for making fatty acids.
A simple chemical reaction allows hydrogen-carrying ammonia to be stored and retrieved cheaply and easily.
A new type of alpha-particle therapy allows selective targeting of tumors in multiple cancers.
Joshua Johansen from RIKEN CBS tells us about his journey from surfer to pain researcher and beyond. Stay tuned for part II …
Scientists discover that most aneurysms result from mutations. A mouse model shows they can be treated with drugs.
A new way to construct complex 3D organoids without using elaborate techniques! The trick using modular cubes with hydrogel layers.
Jens talks about licorice and a recent RIKEN study that finally mapped its genome.
Researchers find that the risk of stomach cancer due to infection withH. Pylori bacteria increases with specific genetic variations.
Polygenic risk scores based on the genetic data from more that a million people predicted atrial fibrillation, stroke, and mortality.
Thomas McHugh from the RIKEN Center for Brain Science continues his discussion about memories, emotions, the brain, and life.
Kelly, our new It Ain’t Magic contributor, writes about her nerdy nighttime experiences in Tokyo.