27 Aug 2018
At OIST, scientists are looking at the tiniest creatures to unlock the secrets of biology. In part three, we see how the Oiks could open the way to big new science.
Type: Video
24 Aug 2018
Red microbeads indicate the flow of food particles into the digestive tract of the tunicate Ciona intestinalis Type A.
Type: Video
24 Aug 2018
This diagram shows the different gut structures of animal groups, from the all-chitin gut barriers of arthropods, to the mucous based immunity of mammals. Transitional forms can be seen in “lower”...
Type: Photo
24 Aug 2018
From left to right: Ms. Sakura Kikuchi, Dr. Keisuke Nakashima & Prof. Noriyuki Satoh (leader of OIST’s Marine Genomics Unit)
Type: Photo
24 Aug 2018
A new Nature Communications paper has journeyed to the inside of our insides, as a team from the Okinawa Institute of...
Type: Press release
16 Aug 2018
A multidisciplinary study conducted by the Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit with assistance from the...
Type: Media Links
15 Aug 2018
A nanomushroom chip undergoing testing with an LSPR device.
Type: Photo
15 Aug 2018
Hot chip: the nanomushroom chip used to grow bacterial colonies for testing
Type: Photo
15 Aug 2018
(from left to right) Mr Kang-Yu Chu,  Dr. Riccardo Funari and Dr. Nikhil Bhalla brought together their diverse skills to tackle biofilms.
Type: Photo
15 Aug 2018
The never-ending fight against bacteria has taken a turn in humanity’s favor with the announcement of a tool that could give the upper hand in drug research. Bacterial resistance to antibiotics has...
Type: News Article
10 Aug 2018
A new paper from OIST's Computational Neuroscience Unit has been published in...
Type: Media Links
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