16 Dec 2019 - 10:53
An adolescent Galapagos tortoise housed in Vienna Zoo picks the correct target to bite in a color discrimination training task.
Type: Video
13 Dec 2019 - 10:14
Described as “living rocks”, giant land tortoises are lumbering beasts with a reputation for being sluggish in both speed and brainpower. But new research carried out by scientists from the Okinawa...
Type: News Article
13 Dec 2019 - 09:56
Purple or green? Jumbo, a Galapagos tortoise from Zürich Zoo successfully bites the correctly colored target.
Type: Photo
13 Dec 2019 - 09:48
A friendship of a decade: Dr. Tamar Gutnick pets her favorite tortoise, George, a 100-year-old Aldabra tortoise housed in Vienna Zoo.
Type: Photo
Connectivity map of a Multi-electrode Array (MEA) showing electrophysiological activity between the electrodes.
19 Jun 2015 - 13:13
The top half of the MEA housed the compartment containing cells from the mouse cortex.  The bottom half housed the compartment containing cells from the mouse striatum. When the axons reaching...
Type: Photo
OIST researchers who recreated a working corticostriatal network in culture
19 Jun 2015 - 12:58
Seated: From left to right, Marianela Garcia-Munoz, Professor Gordon Arbuthnott, Head of the Brain Mechanism for Behaviour Unit and Reuven Pnini.  Standing: From left to right, Eddy Taillefer,...
Type: Photo
19 Jun 2015 - 12:57
Mapping the human brain’s network of interconnections, known as the connectome is typically done with help from computational tools because recreating interconnections between different brain...
Type: News Article
30 Aug 2012 - 16:01
Physics and Biology Unit would like to invite you to an upcoming seminar by Dr. Lajbner....
Type: Event
27 Apr 2012 - 17:05
The RMT2012 poster session...
Type: Event Report
4 Nov 2011 - 01:37
OIST’s Physics and Biology unit researcher Dr. Eddy Taillefer received an Excellent Paper award during the International Conference on Computer Engineering and Bioinformatics (ICCEB) held on 21-22nd...
Type: News Article
2 Jun 2011 - 07:04
By Kaoru Natori Young scientists from sixteen countries have gathered at OIST to participate in the Summer School and Workshop “Quantitative Evolutionary and Comparative Genomics (QECG).” During...
Type: News Article
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