18 Jun 2013
Mealybugs, often regarded as pests since they feed on plant juices, survive on a tripartite symbiotic relationship that resembles a Russian doll. Source: Cell Volume 153 Issue 7, photo by Alex Wild...
Type: Photo
30 Jan 2013
If you are the first to discover something, that discovery can sometimes open even more doors. Behind the doors of the Churaumi Plaza at the Ocean Expo Park...
Type: News Article
30 Jan 2013
Chuya Shinzato holds a similar size piece of the staghorn coral he gave to the Churaumi Plaza.  
Type: Photo
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
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