25 Jun 2012
Though it’s far less dramatic than the architecture or the ocean view, one sight that often grabs the attention of visitors to OIST is a small sign near the entrance that reads, “Caution...
Type: News Article
25 Jun 2012
A himehabu, a frog-eating species with venom that is much less toxic to humans than that of the larger Okinawa habu. Photo by Steven Aird
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6 Jun 2012
Matthias Wolf was supposed to be a pharmacist. He studied pharmacology as an undergraduate, even though he was “more interested in the essential properties of life,” he says. But then he changed tack...
Type: News Article
6 Jun 2012
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5 Jun 2012
Despite recent decades’ dramatic advances in the tools used to study how living things work—increasingly powerful imaging methods, whole-genome sequencing, and access to vast amounts of...
Type: News Article
5 Jun 2012
An image of a salmonella bacterium showing its flagella, taken with an electron microscope with the help of OIST’s Toshio Sasaki
Type: Photo
18 May 2012
Ulf Skoglund (left) and Lars-Göran Öfverstedt...
Type: News Article
18 May 2012
Dr. Shintake demonstrates how moving an electron in a circular manner creates synchrotron radiation which is electromagnetic radiation emitted when electrons are forced to move radially.
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