30 Jan 2013
Alongside coral skeletons, sits a live staghorn coral and poster designed by OIST explaining the coral’s significance.
Type: Photo
30 Jan 2013
The world’s first coral with a decoded genome is on display in Okinawa.
Type: Photo
7 Jan 2013
The story for any fish hoping to make an uphill trip from the ocean to the Shirin-Gawa stream that passes through the OIST campus.    
Type: Video
29 Oct 2012
In a paper to be published in the November 6 print issue of Current Biology, Noriyuki Satoh, head of the...
Type: News Article
24 Jul 2012
Whether a human, an armadillo, or a sea slug, each of us begins life in much the same way: as a microscopic, formless blob of stem cells. As we grow, an intricate choreography of genetic controls...
Type: News Article
Ciona development
24 Jul 2012
Different stages in Ciona development
Type: Photo
18 May 2012
Corals are marine organisms that reproduce by spawning. Tiny pink balls seen in this picture are coral gametes (unfertilized eggs and sperm called bundles) released into the ocean. Around the Okinawa...
Type: Photo
16 May 2012
Ken Maeda, a researcher in OIST’s Marine Genomics Unit, has identified a new freshwater goby species on the islands of Okinawa...
Type: Press release
15 May 2012
A male Stiphodon alcedo displaying bright colors for courtship (left) and a female S. alcedo with subtler coloration (right). The fish grows to a maximum length of six centimeters. (Photo: Ken Maeda)
Type: Photo
9 Apr 2012
This is a high-magnification photo of the surface of staghorn coral, Acropora digitifera,...
Type: Event Report
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