18 Oct 2018
Top: Magnified view of the microfabricated bacteria molds in various shapes. Bottom: Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy images reveal the molded shapes of bacterial Z-rings (montage, pseudo-...
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18 Oct 2018
Refreshing idea: cube-shaped watermelons gave the inspiration for molding bacteria.  
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18 Oct 2018
Researchers Dr. Bill Söderström (right) and co-author Dr. Helena Chan (left) in their microscopy lab, analyzing a bacterial Z-ring.  
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18 Oct 2018
Filamentous Ebola viruses budding from the surface of a host cell captured by a scanning electron microscope. In common with other viruses, Ebola virus infects a host cell and utilize its machinery...
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18 Oct 2018
Left: Dr. Yukihiko Sugita in front of his desk at the current affiliation, Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University. Right: Prof Matthias Wolf with a Cryo-EM microscope at OIST.  ...
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16 Oct 2018
The Developmental Neurobiology Unit maintains living library of zebrafish for their experiments.
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12 Oct 2018
(Left to right) Study authors Yutaka Kojima, Yuko Nishiwaki, Prof. Ichiro Masai and Toshiaki Mochizuki stand in the zebrafish lab at OIST.
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29 Aug 2018
Each class group was presented with a certificate by OIST Executive Vice President for Technology Development and Innovation Dr. Robert Baughman
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29 Aug 2018
Junior High students try out laboratory techniques.
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29 Aug 2018
Students visiting the OIST Marine Science Station watch as the resident squid are fed.
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29 Aug 2018
Students at the Children’s School learned about how static electricity works with the help of soap bubbles.
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29 Aug 2018
1st, 2nd and 3rd grade students received a lesson in optics with OIST Student Cindy Esporlas.
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