Professor Mitsuhiro Yanagida and Dr. Norihiko Nakazawa of the G0 Cell Unit
The top figure depicts the normal appearance of fission yeast following replication and subsequent separation. Chromosomes are seen in pink and the mitotic spindle is in green. The bottom figure shows the ICRF-193 treated cells, which are unable to...
The African clawed frog X. laevis (above) and the western clawed frog X. tropicalis (bottom two frogs)
Many fish species found in Okinawa migrate between streams and the sea. The larvae usually grow in marine habitats and then disperse during their larval phase. Their larval ecology in marine habitats is unknown, though it is important for...
On September 24th, 2016, Ken Maeda, a researcher from OIST’s Marine Genomics Unit, received the Young Researcher Award from the Ichthyological Society of Japan.
Picture of a goby
Dr. Ken Maeda teaches at the Onna-OIST Children's School of Science each year.
Members of the Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit at OIST in action. Dr. Bala Murali Krishna Mariserla, Dr. Julien Madéo, Athanasios Margiolakis, Dr. Michael Man, and Skylar Deckoff-Jones
Researchers from the Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit. From left: Dr. Bala Murali Krishna Mariserla, Dr. Julien Madéo and Dr. Michael Man