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Natural analogues: Pushing the frontiers of research on coral reefs and climate change
Scientists travel to Palau to learn what may happen to coral reef ecosystems in the future
08 June 2023
Illuminating the molecular ballet in living cells
Ultrafast fluorescent imaging technology brings the molecular dynamics of living cells into clear view
26 May 2023
NTT and OIST make first simultaneous atmospheric and marine observations directly beneath Cat 5 typhoon in NW Pacific
Observation data taken from directly beneath typhoons may improve the accuracy of typhoon predictions, and explains the interaction between the atmosphere and ocean.
23 May 2023
Inhaled ethanol may treat respiratory infections and stop pandemics
In mice, the treatment decreased infections caused by the Influenza A virus.
27 April 2023
Gut bacteria could be behind weaker immune responses to COVID-19 vaccine
Digestion of fucose sugar by bacteria in our digestive tract could be hampering how effectively we respond to the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine.
20 April 2023
Towards a Deeper Understanding of Turbulence in Elastoviscoplastic Fluids
Three-dimensional simulations shed light on how energy dissipates within non-Newtonian fluids.
14 April 2023
Can noisy and polluted coastlines harm baby fish? OIST researchers aim to find out
Less than 40% of Okinawa’s coastline remains natural. An innovative coastal monitoring program investigates how human activity and development affects the health of juvenile fish living near the shore.
13 April 2023
New RNA-based toolkit to regulate gene activity could advance regenerative medicine, gene therapy and biotechnology
Turning genes on and off as easily and predictably as flicking a switch could be a powerful tool in medicine and biotech. A type of technology called a riboswitch might be the key.
30 March 2023
Detecting coral biodiversity in seawater samples
Coral eDNA has been accurately detected in seawater samples, and this has huge implications for coral reef conservation, says researchers
29 March 2023
In hot water: Ocean warming impacts growth, metabolic rate and gene activity of newly hatched clownfish
The oceans are heating up, and just 3°C of warming could significantly impact the development and growth of clownfish larvae, a new study finds.
20 March 2023
Tiny atoll in the Pacific Ocean offers glimpse into warmer world
A team of scientists travelled to Taiaro Atoll in French Polynesia to seek answers about the existence of a unique community of fishes.
08 March 2023