17 May 2018
A coral nursery in Maeganeku, Okinawa. Corals are maintained on metal posts.
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17 May 2018
Dr. Yuna Zayasu (right) with co-author Prof. Noriuki Satoh (left)
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17 May 2018
Coral reefs are in trouble. Between pollution, rising sea temperatures and ocean acidification, coral systems throughout the world’s oceans are severely declining – and some have disappeared. However...
Type: News Article
11 May 2018
OIST's Neurobiology Research Unit (Wickens Unit) has been in the news regarding a new paper published in ...
Type: Media Links
10 May 2018
Florescent imaging of a section of the striatum showing Cholinergic Interneurons (CINs) in green, and Spiny Projection Neurons (SPNs) in red.
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10 May 2018
Changing our behavior based on unexpected cues from our environment is an essential part of survival.  The ability to drop what you’re doing when circumstances demand it could mean the...
Type: News Article
2 May 2018
New developments in solar panels by the Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit have been attracting attention in the media. A study led by Prof. Yabing...
Type: Media Links
23 Apr 2018
Okinawa’s links across the Pacific were strengthened by science this March, as OIST received a US$25,000 donation from the Worldwide...
Type: News Article
23 Apr 2018
OIST President Peter Gruss is presented with a $25,000 donation by conference chair John Tasato (left) and WUB Hawai’i president John Toguchi (right)
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23 Apr 2018
The panel speakers (from left to right): Dr. Kenneth Kaneshiro, Dr. David Lassner, Governer David Ige, Bob Nakasone, Dr. Peter Gruss, Glenn Lee
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13 Apr 2018
A paper released by OIST's G0 Cell Unit has identified that the common immunosuppressant chemical rapamycin has more potential uses for medicine. The study,...
Type: Media Links
12 Apr 2018
Rapamycin maintains the balance of the kinases SAPK and TOR to ensure cells grow and divide normally
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