Porites australiensis coral in waters off Ishigaki Island, Japan
14 Jan 2014
Photo by Dr. Chuya Shinzato, OIST
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14 Jan 2014
Porites australiensis coral (A) with brown symbiodinium (B) growing on the coral Photo by Dr. Chuya Shinzato, OIST
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Dr. Chuya Shinzato
14 Jan 2014
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9 Jan 2014
How do cells decide whether to grow and divide or to stop? In order to answer this fundamental biological question, Dr. Kenichi Sajiki and his colleagues in the OIST G0 Cell Unit have been using the...
Type: News Article
9 Jan 2014
When nitrogen sources run out, fission yeast’s growth dramatically slows: The fission yeast divides only twice in the subsequent eight hours or so, and completely stops growing or dividing when its...
Type: Photo
7 Jan 2014
Based in OIST Seaside House, the Human Developmental Neurobiology Unit led by Prof. Gail Tripp aims to improve the understanding and...
Type: News Article
9 Dec 2013
Okinawa is home to two native species of pit viper, the Okinawa Habu and the Himehabu (princess-habu).  Like all snake venoms, Habu and Himehabu venoms are complex mixtures of proteins and bio-...
Type: News Article
27 Nov 2013
In a space draped with yellow curtains, a researcher dressed all in white, with only his eyes showing, is staring at a small plate, the size of a person’s fingernail. The location is a cleanroom in...
Type: News Article
27 Nov 2013
Alexander Badrutdinov using a microscope to take a close look at a prototype developed by the lithography system.
Type: Photo
27 Nov 2013
Sonia Ruiz Raga, measuring the energy conversion efficiency of a prototype solar cell. Part of the cleanroom is equipped with yellow lighting to prevent undesirable chemical reactions from short...
Type: Photo
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