Justin Kosinski is the new Audio Visual Services specialist at OIST.
The images show the 3D structure of immunoglobulin using the structural visualizing technique provided by Okinawa Protein Tomography Ltd. (Okinawa PT). In the upper images (yellow), the structure is rotated every 90-degree along the vertical axis. In the...
Prof. Ulf Skoglund
The Titan Krios Transmission Electron Microscope
Grammatikopoulos simulated two palladium nanoparticles colliding at different temperatures. The hotter the temperature, the more homogenous the resulting product, and the further the atoms in the particle crystallize.
Panagiotis Grammatikopoulos stands in the OIST server room with the supercomputer that runs the necessary calculations for his simulations.
Dr. Yuko Hasegawa of the Marine Science Resources Section and the Okinawa Coastal Ocean Observatory System managed by the Section and exhibited at OIST. The same system is installed on the bottom of the sea near the Ocean Expo Park in Motobu,...
Ms. Akiko Soemori of the Physics Resources Section, with the electron microscope that she uses to contribute to Physics research at OIST.
Ms. Fuka Koja with her colleagues in the Biology Resources Section. From left, Michael Chandro Roy, Fuka Koja, and Alejandro Villar-Briones.
MRI for Laboratory Animals enables various types of imaging analysis.