6 Oct 2017
Adult female Lord Howe Island stick insect from the captive-bred Ball’s Pyramid population at the Melbourne Zoo, also known as a “tree lobster.” (Photo credit: Rohan Cleave, Melbourne Zoo)
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6 Oct 2017
From left to right: Lijun Qiu and Professor Alexander Mikheyev from the OIST Ecology and Evolution Unit
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6 Oct 2017
The two insects look different morphologically, which raised questions about whether they were the same species. The OIST researchers confirmed with next generation sequencing that the insects’ DNA...
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2 Oct 2017
From left to right: Dr. Stoffel Janssens, Professor Eliot Fried, and Special Research student Vikash Chaurasia.
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20 Sep 2017
From left to right: Kenichiro Soga, Hideki Takebe, Jun Fujita, Katsutoshi Shirasawa, Professor Shintake. A WEC turbine is being held by Dr. Takebe on the left and a model of the Sea Horse turbine is...
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6 Sep 2017
The porosity of the nanostructured Tantalum (in black) enables the formation of silicon channels (in blue) allowing lithium ions to travel faster within the battery. The rigidity of the tantalum...
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6 Sep 2017
Starting from a copper frame (in orange on the right), the anode is built layer by layer by alternatively depositing Silicon (top) and nanostructured tantalum metal (bottom) with great control. (...
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6 Sep 2017
Members of the Nanoparticles by Design Unit besides the Cluster Beam Deposition machine used to manufacture the new silicon anode. From left to right: Dr. Marta Haro Remon, Dr. Stephan Steinhauer, Dr...
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4 Sep 2017
OIST’s 6th Graduate Class
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4 Sep 2017
Dancing lion during the Okinawa Eisa dance performance.
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4 Sep 2017
Students introduced themselves at the ceremony.
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4 Sep 2017
The Chair of the Student Council, Sandrine Burriel, addressing the new students at the welcoming ceremony.
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