Professor Noriyuki Satoh spoke at the September meeting of the American Chamber of Commerce in Okinawa
On September 1st, Professor Noriyuki Satoh spoke at the September meeting of the American Chamber of Commerce in Okinawa.
01 September 2023
Do digital hugs work?
Research shows the way to cultivate meaningful social connections online
23 August 2023
The incredible journey of clownfish larvae: Mini athletes, maximum performance
Scientists study how thyroid hormones coordinate the transformation of anemonefish larvae into adults and support their survival in the wild
10 July 2023
OIST research paper on sea anemones receives 2023 Zoological Science Award
Research that can help better understand the relationship between sea anemone hosts and clownfish has been highly acclaimed
07 July 2023
Global study finds increased female and youth legislative representation may improve SDG performance
The study also shows a divide in achieving socio-economic and environmental goals
03 July 2023
Cuttlefish camouflage: more than meets the eye
High resolution video coupled with artificial intelligence reveals that camouflaging in cuttlefish is more complex than previously thought.
28 June 2023
Octopus sleep is surprisingly similar to humans and contains a wake-like stage
Like humans, octopuses transition between two sleep stages – a quiet stage and an active stage that resembles REM sleep in mammals. But could this mean that octopuses dream?
28 June 2023
Japan’s subtropical forests home to a newly discovered beetle species
The weevil has distinctive features and is sensitive to human disturbance.
16 June 2023
‘Jumping genes’ help plants adapt to extreme temperature and pathogens
A cutting edge technique, called Direct RNA sequencing, shows that ‘jumping genes’ could be the key to help plants become more resilient.
15 June 2023
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
06 June 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