22 Mar 2022 - 16:33
Strip1 is essential for the survival of retinal ganglion cells, which are required to form the correct retinal pattern. In the absence of Strip1, retinal ganglion cells die, and other neurons take...
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22 Mar 2022 - 16:26
The eye works by focusing light on the back of the eye, which contains light-sensitive cells called photoreceptors. This activates electric signals, which are transmitted through the layers of...
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10 Mar 2022 - 01:00
When light is shone on a semiconducting material, the particles of light interact with the material’s electrons (shown here in blue). This causes the electrons to jump to a higher energy level. Each...
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9 Mar 2022 - 17:14
Mr. Yoshiaki Ishii (right) received top prize in the Green Startup Pitch from Mr. Yasushi Hosaka, the Parliamentary Secretary for Environment of Japan (center).
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18 Feb 2022 - 13:26
Paul, co-founder of RyuDyn, demonstrates the use of his prototype AI microscope.
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18 Feb 2022 - 11:56
At OIST, Paul Hsieh Fu Tsai has developed a prototype of an AI cytoscope – a microscope that uses artificial intelligence to automate imaging and analysis of cells.
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18 Feb 2022 - 11:37
Paul Hsieh Fu Tsai, co-founder of OIST-grown start-up company, RyuDyn.
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16 Feb 2022 - 17:58
Olivia Lukyanova, Oleg Nikitin and Alex Kunin, co-founders of KanjuBot.
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16 Feb 2022 - 08:45
Uncut, intact animal through post-amputation and regenerated status, which showed a new head (G) approaching final size to match original body is attached to original anterior cut stump. Arrowheads...
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15 Feb 2022 - 09:00
A schematic depicting the models used in this work to simulate growth from grains that are seeded on substrates before growth. The researchers looked at the growth of both closed films and porous...
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9 Feb 2022 - 10:00
Eli Lyons, Co-founder and CEO of GenomeMiner. This image appeared in the article “OIST-based biotech start-up achieves major milestones in first year in Okinawa”.
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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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