17 Jun 2020
Top left: Saori Araki (Science and Technology Group), top right: Reina Komiya (Science and Technology Group), bottom left: Koji Koizumi (Imaging Section), bottom right: Ngoc Tu Le (Plant Epigenetics...
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17 Jun 2020
MicroRNA2118 targets over 1000 long non-coding RNAs for cleavage to produce many secondary uracil-rich small RNAs, which is possibly aided by Argonaute. These secondary small RNAs then may interact...
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17 Jun 2020
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17 Jun 2020
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17 Jun 2020
We're all probably familiar with light-emitting numbers on alarm clocks and the fluorescence of emergency signs. These glow-in-the-dark features have been around for decades. They have many functions...
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17 Jun 2020
The pistils in mutant strains contain a higher number of stigmas – the part of the pistil that collects pollen – than in wildtype strains. Yellow bars indicate 1mm.
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10 Jun 2020
Fabienne and her colleague, Kei Miyamoto, carry out a CT scan on a spurdog specimen at the Okinawa Churashima Foundation Research Center to uncover more information about this newly discovered...
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10 Jun 2020
Fabienne shows spurdog embryos to me, that were collected during the study.
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10 Jun 2020
A specimen of one of the newly identified shark species, located at the OIST Marine Station.
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10 Jun 2020
Dr. Fabienne Ziadi-Künzli, a Swiss researcher at OIST, specializing in marine biology.
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5 Jun 2020
The scientists hope to fabricate ring-shaped diamond windows, which have boundaries with both positive and negative curvature.
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5 Jun 2020
When we think of wrinkles, we usually envision the lines etched into our skin, for some an unwelcome reality and for others a proud sign of a life well-lived. In material science, wrinkles can also...
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