7 Feb 2022 - 11:33
Astrocytes (meaning ‘star-cells’) have a unique morphology. While the internal structure is star-like, tiny protrusions of the cell form a cloud-like region that surround all nearby synapses – the...
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3 Feb 2022 - 16:27
The numbered horizontal bars represent the chromosomes of five species. Each colored strip shows how different sections of gene groups correspond or vary in their location within the different...
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25 Jan 2022 - 16:45
In the crystal structure of a metal halide perovskite, halide ions (small green balls) create an octahedral shape (pink) around a metal atom (dark red ball). In the middle of a group of four...
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25 Jan 2022 - 16:42
Researchers from the OIST Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit have created blue LEDs that use a new structure to enhance stability. This image first...
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19 Jan 2022 - 09:10
The mask material manufactured using the modified cotton candy machine looked identical in structure to commercially manufactured material, even when viewed under a microscope. This image was used in...
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19 Jan 2022 - 08:43
Professor Mahesh Bandi, a Physics Professor at OIST, aims to gain understanding of and explore links between a wide range of fundamental physical phenomena. This image was used in the Asahi Shimbun...
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11 Jan 2022 - 12:12
Left: Estrella Falls, in Narra, Palwan is the only known habitat of the goby, Rhinogobius estrallae. It’s the most southern habitat reported for gobies from this genus. Right: A small stream in...
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11 Jan 2022 - 12:08
The new goby species, Rhinogobius tandikan, is similar in size and form to Rhinogobius estrallae, but has a more yellow coloring. The image first appeared in the press release, "...
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11 Jan 2022 - 12:05
The new goby species, Rhinogobius estrellae, is small, typically around 3 to 4.5 cm in length. It has orange fins and sky-blue spots dotted along the body. This image first appeared in the press...
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28 Dec 2021 - 09:47
Dr. Robert Baughman and his wife, Hidemi, with then Minister of Okinawa and the Northern Territories, Fumio Kishida, at the 2007 OIST P.C. 2nd Anniversary Ceremony.
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28 Dec 2021 - 09:43
Dr. Robert Baughman with founding OIST P.C. President Dr. Sydney Brenner at the 2011 inauguration ceremony. This image is appeared in the news article "OIST Pioneer Dr. Robert Baughman to Retire."
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23 Dec 2021 - 16:00
Thirty days after the eruption. When Fukutoku-Okanoba erupted in the Ogasawara island chain a huge amount of pumice was blasted into the surrounding ocean. According to drift simulations, this...
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