15 Oct 2020
The 18 coral species that had their genome sequenced as part of this research. A-O are the 15 species from the Acropora genus, whereas P-R are the other three species. 
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8 Oct 2020
When two Möbius strips come together, they form a Klein bottle (pictured), an unusual bottle-like object, which intersects with itself.
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6 Oct 2020
A double pendulum has two parts to it. Even though it starts off swinging predictably, its movement tends to become erratic and difficult to model.
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9 Sep 2020
Margaret Mars Brisbin
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31 Jan 2020
Professor Sam Reiter, the head of the newly established Computational Neuroethology Unit, stands in his office at OIST.
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16 Jan 2020
Professor Dmitry Feichtner-Kozlov poses in his office at OIST.
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19 Nov 2019
The single-molecule fluorescence microscope station that Kusumi and his team developed to study AMPA receptor turnover in cultured cells.
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1 Oct 2019
Professor Alexander Mikheyev kneels after inspecting bee colonies at OIST.
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25 Sep 2019
The hook acts as a dynamic joint, transmitting torque from inside the cell to rotate the outer tail, allowing bacteria to move. Credit: Dr. Satoshi Shibata
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18 Sep 2019
Professor Mahesh Bandi, of OIST’s Nonlinear and Non-equilibrium Physics Unit, poses in front of bookcases in his office. 
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13 Sep 2019
Denny Tamaki leaves his message for the OIST golden book
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4 Sep 2019
Members of OIST’s Quantum Dynamics Unit, from left to right: postdoctoral researchers Dr. Asem Elarabi and Dr. Erika Kawakami, and Prof. Professor Denis...
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