Professor Yoko Yazaki-Sugiyama
On the right you can see the regular uninhibited activity of the arcopalium in the zebra finch brain. After use of chemogenetic inhibition, there is a decrease in neuronal activity which in turn causes the acoustic structure of the song (on the left) to...
Zebra finches are used as models for the study of vocalization as their song patterns are well understood by researchers.
A map shows the orientation of Building 3 in relation to the rest of the campus.
A new skywalk will connect Building 1 and Building 3 on two levels, completing a full loop between all four main buildings.
Building 3 is on track to finish in March, completing the first construction phase of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University. The building will house the Graduate School, seven research units, and development labs for scaling...
Coral reef off Sesoko Island, Okinawa, Japan.
The three distinct flow pattern phases found through computer simulations by Denis F. Hinz and Eliot Fried at OIST. From left to right, mesoturbulant, polar flock and voritcal are visualized.
Researcher Mary Grossmann identified more than fifty thousand plankton images. This figure shows the diversity of her findings, including diatoms (c), radiolarians (d), copepods (f), isopods (g), shrimp (k), and fish (l).
Mary Grossmann looks at a jar of plankton she collected on a recent cruise.