9 Sep 2020
Margaret Mars Brisbin
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9 Sep 2020
Researchers Professor Thomas Busch (left) and Dr. Thomás Fogarty (right) after finishing a day's work on ultracold atom theory.  
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28 Aug 2020
A protein that’s common throughout the body plays a key role in regulating glucose levels, says new research conducted in the Cell Signal Unit...
Type: Press release
28 Aug 2020
Mice lacking CNOT3 in pancreatic beta cells have fewer insulin-producing cells, leading to diabetes.
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28 Aug 2020
The researchers from the Cell Signal Unit at OIST. From left, Dr. Akiko Yanagiya, Dr. Dina Mostafa, and Professor Tadashi Yamamoto.
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21 Aug 2020
It’s probably quite easy to relate to. You’re in a lecture or meeting, avidly taking notes and engaged in the topic. You’re alert and aware of what’s being discussed, keen to absorb as much as you...
Type: Press release
21 Aug 2020
Researchers, Dr. Sigita Augustinaite and Professor Bernd Kuhn, completed the study where they examined the neurons in layer 6 of the cortex.
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21 Aug 2020
The cell bodies of the neurons of layer 6 are shown at the bottom of this image. Neurons have dendrites, which pass through other layers of the cortex and collect information from these layers. The...
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21 Aug 2020
Visual information detected in the eye, is passed to the visual thalamus – a complex sub-cortical structure that regulates information transmission from the sensory organs to sensory areas of the...
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11 Aug 2020
Our memories are central to our identity. In many ways, they are the recording of our life. The ability to remember events, conversations, people, and facts forms a key part in how we respond to the...
Type: News Article
11 Aug 2020
Professor Kazumasa Tanaka examines a sample through a microscope in his new lab at OIST.
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11 Aug 2020
Professor Kazumasa Tanaka
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