April 22, 2017

Promising mouse model for a devastating genetic deficiency

Researchers have developed a potential mouse model for the genetic disorder known as an NGLY1 deficiency by creating a double knockout of Ngly1 and ENGase.

April 18, 2017

Atomic structure reveals how cells translate environmental signals

Researchers have determined the atomic resolution structure of a key molecule that translates signals from a cell’s local environment into a language that the cell can understand and use.

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April 11, 2017

Third RIKEN-Academia Sinica Joint Conference

At the conference held on RIKEN's Wako campus, scientists from the two institutes gave a series of presentations centered around the field of chemical biology.

March 31, 2017

Celebrating the naming of the new element nihonium

A ceremony was held at the Japan Academy in Tokyo to commemorate the naming of element 113 as nihonium, with chemical symbol Nh.

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RIKEN Research

A more fundamental approach to correlation

A method for calculating physical effects in materials with strong interactions between their electrons holds promise for analyzing these intriguing materials

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