20 Jul 2018
Japanese science and technology news outlet Newswitch has reported on the Innovation Square Startup Accelerator Program today. The I2@OIST program is a new initiative aimed at catalyzing startups in...
Type: Media Links
19 Jul 2018
OIST professor Tsumoru Shintake is contunuing to make waves with the Quantum Wave Microscopy Unit's trialling of their unique wave-engergy converter units. Currently installed in the Maldives, the...
Type: Media Links
12 Jul 2018
OIST's Light-Matter interactions unit is making news with the publication of their new paper in Optica...
Type: Media Links
11 Jul 2018
A diagram showing the new WGR experiments. Test particles (shown here in green) are passed through a light field, which distorts the light wavelength, which can be used to detect the particles.
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018
Dr Jonathan Ward with his co-author, Dr Fuchuan Lei.
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018
 A magnified photograph of a glass Whispering Gallery Resonator. The bubble is extremely small, less than the width of a human hair.
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018
Technology created by researchers at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) is literally shedding light on some of the smallest particles to detect their presence...
Type: News Article
10 Jul 2018
OIST's G0 Cell Unit is in the news as a new paper has been released in Proceedings for the National Academy of Sciences (...
Type: Media Links
3 Jul 2018
From left to right: Ms. Kaori Serakaki of the OIST Media Section (who provided support in creating illustrations of the cohesin models), Dr. Norihiko Nakazawa, Mrs. Li Wang (who gave technical...
Type: Photo
3 Jul 2018
These diagrams compare the two models of the cohesin protein’s structure. The ring model has distinct “head” and “hinge” features at opposite ends of the molecule, whereas the hold-and-release model...
Type: Photo
3 Jul 2018
A diagram of the protein complex cohesin in its assumed ring-shaped configuration. The scissors represent the action of the enzyme Cut1, which breaks apart the molecule to release DNA.
Type: Photo
3 Jul 2018
Cell division is one of the most fundamental processes of biology. It’s what allows all living things to grow, multiply and form complex structures. But scientists still don’t understand many of the...
Type: News Article
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