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Mr. Koji Omi, who guided and supported the establishment of OIST, passed away on April 14, 2022.
For Large-scale Human Phenotype Research. Standardization to Enable Cross-Border Discoveries in Personalized Medicine & Health.
OIST has been selected to take part in a Global Scholars Program designed for innovators to gain funding for breakthrough science focused on drug discovery or clinical research.
Schoolgirls from across Okinawa attended OIST’s flagship outreach event, HiSci Lab, with this year’s theme focusing on the science behind longevity.
Researchers have produced a comprehensive genome of the false clownfish, which could be used to answer a myriad of biological questions.
Mentorship brings immeasurable career benefits to individuals, but institutional biases can result in some individuals receiving more of these benefits than others. A recent symposium explored this topic.
A new study has found that squid will camouflage against a coral reef or other substrate as a way of avoiding predation.
Researchers uncover how poxviruses form their protein scaffold from a building block called D13, which could lead to the development of new antiviral drugs.
Two startups will receive ¥1 million each to recognize their role in helping to build the innovation ecosystem in Okinawa.