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4 Mar 2015
Growing film for use in solar cells under controlled conditions isn’t necessarily the best way. Ambient air grows better film, and it’s cheaper.
27 Feb 2015
A key part of the brain involved with decisions and movement appears to operate like a traditional corporation.
17 Feb 2015
A new era of open energy systems is ready for launch
12 Feb 2015
The Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit at OIST studies in depth the physics behind liquid-liquid impact with varied temperatures to create non-spherical particles for use in industry.
19 Dec 2014
Professor Tomoyuki Takahashi introduces a new way to measure the distance from voltage-gated channels to vesicles, and explains how this distance affects neural signaling precision and efficacy.
17 Sep 2014
The way in which most multicellular organisms have been classified has been the same for more than a century. But new research is changing how we see classification, specifically among Chordates.
12 Sep 2014
New research by OIST researchers finds genetic mechanism that makes African midges invulnerable to harsh conditions.
 OIST Village Center
24 Jan 2014
OIST Center Building
24 Jan 2014
Using ants as a model system to address fundamental questions in ecology and evolutionary biology
24 Jan 2014
Developing a high-fiber rice strain from western Japan with a local Okinawa strain
24 Jan 2014
A female researcher with an organic solar panel (Photo 2)
24 Jan 2014
OIST faculty giving an internal seminar (Photo 3)
24 Jan 2014
Scientific demonstration at the OIST Open Campus (Photo 2)
24 Jan 2014
Using state-of-the art instruments to monitor marine ecosystems in Okinawan waters
21 Jan 2014
Integrating a Low Energy Electron Microscope (LEEM) with their femtosecond spectroscopy capabilities to study electron dynamics in materials
21 Jan 2014