23 Dec 2018
Welcome to OISTer Pearls, a series all about the people behind the science here at OIST. We're starting with perhaps one of our most adventurous researchers, a real "Okinawa Jones": Vladimir Dinets...
Type: Video
29 Aug 2018
The next generation of researchers got a taste of the life scientific this week, as local school kids in Onna Village and neighboring regions in Okinawa participated in the 2018 Children’s School of...
Type: News Article
19 Mar 2018
The Challengers get a taste of Okinawa on a trip to Ocean Expo Park.
Type: Photo
22 Dec 2017
Toshiko Taira, a living national treasure who made great efforts in the conservation of Basho-fu for the Kijoka Basho-fu Association, was herself certified as an Important Intangible Cultural...
Type: Photo
21 Nov 2017
Children used commonplace ingredients to make sticky slime.
Type: Photo
16 Nov 2017
MFCs in the OIST Biological Systems Unit lab containing treated and untreated wastewater from the Okinawa Prefectural Livestock and Grassland Research Center.
Type: Photo
16 Nov 2017
One of the greatest threats to the environment today is wastewater left over from production activities. Agricultural practices, such as pig farming, produce a large amount of wastewater containing...
Type: News Article
16 Nov 2017
David Simpson gathers samples of swine wastewater from the Okinawa Prefectural Livestock and Grassland Research Center in Nakijin, Okinawa.
Type: Photo
16 Nov 2017
The OIST Biological Systems Unit has placed MFCs at an Awamori distillery in Okinawa.
Type: Photo
16 Nov 2017

Pig

A pig at the Okinawa Prefectural Livestock and Grassland Research Center.
Type: Photo
2 May 2017
Type: Photo
26 Sep 2016
The KUROSHIO magazine, which shares its name with a major ocean current that passes by Okinawa, was launched on September 15th. This magazine is the first PhD student-run publication to be started at...
Type: News Article
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