Dr. Nancy Snow, the Pax Mundi professor of public diplomacy at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, visited OIST on November 6 on a media tour organized by the Foreign Press Center Japan. In her her op-ed published in the Japan Times on November 23, Dr. Snow refers to OIST "where science and technology in subtropical paradise meets some of the world’s best lab-based problem solvers ... the best university you’ve likely never heard of in Japan."Read More
The OIST story "Our closest wormy cousins" was covered by the following media:Read More
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) has entered into its fifth year since the inauguration of the university. While OIST is funded by taxpayers’ money, it does not constitute a national university. The university was established as part of the government’s project to promote the self-sustaining development of Okinawa. OIST is highly international and conducts interdisciplinary research. Here is the story I covered.
Our article about Prof. Maruyama's revolutionary "rotation model" has been picked up by overseas media. See the article or look at the press coverage below:Read More
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Aiko Shimajiri, Minister of State for Okinawan Affairs, arrived at Okinawa on October 10th for the first time since she assumed the position. She will visit venues including the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) and U.S. military’s former residential area of West Futenma on October 11th.
Minister Shimajiri will not meet with Okinawa Governor Takeshi Onaga this time due to scheduling conflicts. She will return to Tokyo on October 12th.Read More
Our new press release on Lingula Genome Decode conducted by the Marine Genomics Unit (Prof. Noriyuki Satoh) has been covered by a number of domestic and overseas media:Read More
A new article about research by the Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit (Prof. Keshav Dani) has been picked up by overseas media. See the article or look at the press coverage below:Read More
A popular TV program from Japanese broadcaster TBS called “Yume no Tobira +” (the Door to Dreams) featured Prof Shintake on September 6th.
The crew spent nearly two years and a half to film and gather information for the three research projects underway in the Shintake Unit: the quantum wave microscopy project, the ocean current power generation project, and the ocean wave power generation project.
Do you know how honey bees deal with diseases? The press found out how by reading an OIST research release.
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OIST featured in an article on the website of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).Read More
A new article about research by the Nanoparticles by Design Unit has been picked up by worldwide media. See the article or look at the press coverage below:Read More
Check out the Science Magazine article about Japanese science communication that highlights how OIST is leading the charge.Read More
New article based on research by the Quantum Dynamics Unit, about a system that could store quantum information for longer times, has been picked up by the following overseas media:Read More
The story about rare neurons enabling mental flexibility was picked up by several media outlets, including:Read More
Payal Shah's research into effectiveness of national parks was covered by the following outlets:Read More
The Pinholes Be Gone! story has been picked up by overseas media, including:Read More