23 Mar 2012
Gunnar Wilken with his new publication Researchers often have to cope with long delays...
Type: Event Report
15 Mar 2012
Mitsuyasu Hasebe...
Type: Event Report
15 Mar 2012
Professor Dani and his unit members...
Type: Event Report
17 Feb 2012
There are more than 200 researchers at OIST coming from approximately 30 countries.  The OIST “scientific passport” podcasts highlight the interesting backgrounds and fascinating research that...
Type: Event Report
7 Feb 2012
What do global warming, marine rescue operations, and coral habitat have in common? Researchers who gathered at OIST on January 31, 2012 to attend the second liaison meeting of the Marine Research in...
Type: Event Report
6 Feb 2012
Sungho Hong...
Type: News Article
30 Jan 2012
Between 1 and 10 children per 1,000 have Tourette syndrome and as many as 10 per 1,000 people may have tic disorders. Tourette syndrome – also known as Gilles de la Tourette syndrome – is a...
Type: News Article
5 Jan 2012
Cells multiply by growing and dividing into two, following a regular pattern called the cell cycle. During the cellular division period called mitosis, chromosomes, which store genetic information in...
Type: Event Report
26 Dec 2011
God Jul! A seasonal greeting in Swedish saying Happy Holiday from the OIST Structural Cellular Biology Unit, led by Professor Ulf Skoglund from Sweden. Hirotoshi Furusho used the new FIB-SEM Helios...
Type: Event Report
21 Dec 2011
Cells multiply by growing and dividing into two, following a regular pattern called the cell cycle. During the cellular division period called mitosis, chromosomes, which store genetic information in...
Type: Video
20 Dec 2011
“Scientific conferences habitually involve science specialists sharing information with other scientists in the same field. However, OIST’s interdisciplinary nature  means that alternative ways...
Type: Event Report
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