Dajiro Kamiya, from the Okinawa Prefectural Government, talks about the many programs that the local government sponsors to promote coral reef health.
Hinako Takahashi, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of the Environment, learns about Professor Nori Satoh’s research at OIST.
Makoto Tsuchiya, a professor from the University of the Ryukyus, leads a discussion following the talks at the ICRI meeting.
Ruben Torres, who manages La Caleta Marine Reserve in the Dominican Republic, discusses the importance of rallying public support to protect reef communities.
Chandrashekar used lattices such as these to move a particle step by step. Some lattices contained missing connections, creating gaps where the particle cannot travel.
Dr. C. M. Chandrashekar and Professor Thomas Busch run simulations and carry out analytical studies to understand quantum particles in the Quantum Systems Unit at OIST.
The diagram above shows a cross section of the zebrafish lens. Lens epithelium covers the anterior half of lens fiber core and ends at the peripheral zone which is roughly at the equator of the lens. At this boundary cell proliferation gives way to...
The first and second authors, Dr. Toshiaki Mochizuki (left) and Dr. Shohei Suzuki (right) standing next to a PC displaying the fluorescent image, which was used to study the zebrafish lens epithelium.
The October 15, 2014 cover of Biology Open featuring the time-lapse image of the zebrafish lens epithelium. Here it is easy to see cell proliferation happening through the use of the different fluorescent proteins. Green signifies a resting state...