16 Feb 2018
Termite workers surround their queen. The queen and king pass on gut bacteria to their offspring during colony foundation.
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16 Feb 2018
Termites (Cubitermes sp.), including termite larvae (white), workers (brown without large jaws) and soldiers (brown with large jaws).
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15 Feb 2018
Thomas Bourguignon analyzes termites in the Evolutionary Genomics lab at OIST.
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30 Jan 2018
Cerbus uses lasers directed at a glass pipe to measure the speed of the flowing water inside.
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30 Jan 2018
Dr. Rory Cerbus explains the difference between laminar, turbulent and transitional flow. As his diagram shows, transitional flow — the type of flow studied by the researchers — has intermittent...
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27 Nov 2017
OIST scientists examined the formation of vortices in fluids. (From left) Simon Haward, Noa Burshtein, and professor Amy Shen stand in front of their poster.
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16 Nov 2017
David Simpson gathers samples of swine wastewater from the Okinawa Prefectural Livestock and Grassland Research Center in Nakijin, Okinawa.
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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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