Scientists discover that a nickel catalyst acts as both a acid and a base during molecule assembly.
Fewer components are needed for chromosome assembly during cell division than previously supposed.
Amanda Alvarez writes about Steven Rieder and his research in modeling clusters of growing new stars.
A new and most precise measurement of protons shows that they are lighter than previously thought.
New research implicates clumps of insoluble, misfolded proteins in the development of mental illness in people with Huntington’s disease
A new optical clearing method allows imaging of cancer metastasis at incredibly high resolution.
Amanda Alvarez writes about the recent seminars at RIKEN by Philip Campbell and Emilie Marcus, the editors-in-chief of Nature and Cell.
Kylius Wilkins talks to Urs Frey and his recent success manufacturing carbon nanotubes (CNTs).
A new study shows that mice who learn to find goals in virtual reality use their hippocampus the same was as in the real world.
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A recent study of Ngly1 deficient mice used a secondary knockout to create double knockouts with symptoms similar to human NGLY1 deficiency.
A nihonium walk of fame is being built to commemorate the discovery of the 113th element
Researchers have created drought resistant transgenic rice using a gene from a small Eurasian flowering plant
???This Spring we’ve put together a special centennial issue of RIKEN Research ???
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Discovery of an enzyme that prevents obesity in mice through glycosylation of a protein involved fat-cell differentiation.
Masaki Watabe talks about automated robotic researchers, future robot rule, and scientific philosophy.
It’s almost the end of the year and a here’s an early holiday present! The winter issue of RIKEN Research is here, covering plant parasites, depression, atomic clocks, and more! Enjoy!