Promoter Interactions
30 Apr 2015
A graphic shows how many more promoter interactions (purples arcs) are captured by the Capture Hi-C method (second track) versus the regular Hi-C method (first track). The interactions from a single...
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20 Apr 2015
Nearly 500 experts in computing for high energy physics gathered at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) in Japan April 13-17 to discuss advances and challenges...
Type: News Article
Jonathan Welcomes CHEP
20 Apr 2015
OIST President Jonathan Dorfan, whose background is in high energy physics, welcomed CHEP 2015 to OIST.
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CHEP Poster Explaining
20 Apr 2015
CHEP 2015 participants came from all over the world to exchange ideas at OIST.
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CHEP Poster Session
20 Apr 2015
CHEP 2015 participants shared the latest advances and challenges in data collection, analysis and storage for high energy physics and nuclear physics experiments during poster sessions in the OIST...
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CHEP Lunch Sunny
20 Apr 2015
After one day of rain, CHEP 2015 participants soaked up the Okinawan sunshine at OIST during lunch and coffee breaks.
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CHEP Lunch Benches
20 Apr 2015
CHEP 2015 participants enjoyed lunch boxes at OIST.
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CHEP Opening
20 Apr 2015
OIST Dean of Faculty Affairs Ken Peach welcomes participants to the 21st International Conference on Computing in High Energy Physics and Nuclear Physics (CHEP) at the Okinawa Institute of Science...
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8 Apr 2015
The story about Prof. Robert Sinclair's research into fairy circles and skin cells was picked up by the overseas media, including:...
Type: Media Links
7 Apr 2015
Patterns appearing on both the very large and very small scale are extremely rare, but researchers at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) in Japan have found a...
Type: News Article
Fairy Circles and Skin Cells
6 Apr 2015
Two apparently unrelated systems on vastly different scales – fairy circles in the Namibian desert (left) and microscopic skin cells (right) – appear to share a similar pattern, which is very, very...
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Namibian Fairy Circles
6 Apr 2015
Namibian fairy circles are large barren patches of earth ringed by short grass dotting the desert like craters on the moon or giant polka dots. No one knows how they form.
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