4 Jul 2014
Research from the Computational Neurobiology Unit has been featured around the web.  ...
Type: Media Links
3 Jul 2014
The human brain is the most complex computer in existence.  Understanding how it works has been a scientific endeavor for centuries.  However, technology has only recently advanced to the...
Type: News Article
25 Jun 2014
Combining physics and neurobiology to tackle Parkinson’s Disease is research “I would never have been able to do outside of OIST,” says Professor Keshav Dani.  The Okinawa Institute of Science...
Type: News Article
19 Jun 2014
What do zombies and ancient ants have in common?  They are both subjects of study at OIST.  Evan Economo’s Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Unit, in...
Type: News Article
19 Jun 2014
Ants mounted on plastic tube to be loaded into micro-CT.
Type: Photo
19 Jun 2014
Deyrup getting ready to load the ants into the micro-CT.
Type: Photo
19 Jun 2014
X-ray micro-CT
Type: Photo
19 Jun 2014
Burriel-Ha’s 3D model of the ant head and first segment next to the 3D image on the computer used to print it.
Type: Photo
17 Jun 2014
Members of OIST’s Ecology and Evolution Unit study a wide range of topics with the common thread of taking advantage of new technologies, such as next-...
Type: News Article
13 Jun 2014
OIST is welcoming Assistant Professor Julia Khusnutdinova to head a new unit called Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis.  Khusnutdinova is joining OIST from the Weizmann Institute of Science in...
Type: News Article
6 Jun 2014
A recent publication from the Mathematical Biology Unit has been featured on the web: Phys.org...
Type: Media Links
5 Jun 2014
Dinosaurs and mathematics do not seem like an obvious pair, but for Professor Robert Sinclair and his Mathematical Biology Unit, they are a logical match...
Type: News Article
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