February 2014

World’s First Simultaneous Genetic Sequencing of Host Coral and Symbiont Algae

World’s First Simultaneous Genetic Sequencing of Host Coral and Symbiont Algae

Dr. Shinzato and his collaborators have successfully sequenced the genetic information of the host coral and its symbionts simultaneously.

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Okinawa-born ADHD Program for Japanese Parents

A new parent training program - the first of its kind in Japan – will be coming out of OIST’s Seaside House.

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The Way Fission Yeast Survive

Researchers in the G0 Cell Unit investigated what exactly happened inside fission yeast cells under nitrogen starvation.

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Changing the World with Open Energy System

At OIST's first symposium of 2014, participants discussed the next generation of energy solutions, beginning with the Open Energy System.

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Unraveling Jellyfish Metamorphosis

Researchers discover the timer that tells jellyfish when to mature.

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One Step Closer to Low Cost Solar Cells

An OIST research team is investigating solar cells based on organic materials that have electrodes both flexible and transparent, enabling the fabrication of these solar cells at a low cost.

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Collaboration Agreement with National Taiwan University

On January 17, OIST President Jonathan Dorfan and President Pan-Chyr Yang of National Taiwan University signed a basic agreement of collaboration for future scientific and academic cooperation between the two universities.

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Looking for Nirai Kanai

In 2013, a new species of goby, later named Stiphodon niraikanaiensis, was discovered in a stream on the main island of Okinawa.

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OIST Cafe Comes Home to Okinawa

The first OIST Café in Okinawa kicked off on Friday, January 24.

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Two Universities – Established and New – Seek Common Goals

An agreement of scientific and academic cooperation was concluded between OIST and the University of Tokyo.

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