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23 Jun 2016
Preparing for a New Relationship: Coral and Algae Interactions Explored
Changes in gene expression were found when coral and algae begin to interact.
about Preparing for a New Relationship: Coral and Algae Interactions Explored
16 Jun 2016
Scaling up Quantum Technologies: The Rare Case When 1+1 Is Just 2
A technique to control two particles, rather than just one, by using quantum tunnelling has been described.
about Scaling up Quantum Technologies: The Rare Case When 1+1 Is Just 2
13 Jun 2016
New 'Ukidama' Nanoparticle Structure Revealed
A unique structure of copper-silver nanoparticles has been identified that resemble the Japanese glass fishing floats called ukidama.
about New 'Ukidama' Nanoparticle Structure Revealed
9 Jun 2016
Ancient Ants Leaving a Modern Trail
Past land connections, as well as current climate, are shown to be of primary importance in determining ant diversity patterns.
about Ancient Ants Leaving a Modern Trail
2 Jun 2016
The Rules of the Game for Children with ADHD
Researchers use a game-based experiment to understand how children with ADHD react to changing situations.
about The Rules of the Game for Children with ADHD
31 May 2016
The Science on Your Plate
OIST holds food science symposium and bazaar to shed light about what is really on your plate.
about The Science on Your Plate
26 May 2016
Understanding Your Bacteria
New insight into bacterial cell division could lead to advancements in the fight against harmful bacteria.
about Understanding Your Bacteria
25 May 2016
The Next Generation of Carbon Monoxide Nanosensors
Researchers propose a new method for building gas sensors that integrates nanowires on a micro-hotplate.
about The Next Generation of Carbon Monoxide Nanosensors
20 May 2016
The Sea in a Ceramic Plate
The exhibition Ishigaki Blue welcomes everyone at OIST with its beautiful shades of blue.
about The Sea in a Ceramic Plate
20 May 2016
Tampering with the Current in a Petri Dish
OIST team creates a simple and inexpensive insert that generates uniform electric field for tissue engineering and other cell studies.
about Tampering with the Current in a Petri Dish
18 May 2016
The Proof is in the Pudding
Confirming the link between disorder and metastability in granular physics.
about The Proof is in the Pudding
17 May 2016
Unravelling the Costs of Rubber Agriculture on Biodiversity
A striking decline in ant biodiversity found on land converted to a rubber plantation in China.
about Unravelling the Costs of Rubber Agriculture on Biodiversity
13 May 2016
Dr. Jerome Friedman receives the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun Award
Nobel Laureate, professor, and member of the OIST Board of Governors, Dr. Jerome Friedman, receives the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun Award.
about Dr. Jerome Friedman receives the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun Award
12 May 2016
OIST Welcomes Professor Akihiro Kusumi
Prof Kusumi leads the Membrane Cooperative Unit.
about OIST Welcomes Professor Akihiro Kusumi
29 Apr 2016
New Fabrication and Thermo-Optical Tuning of Whispering Gallery Microlasers
OIST scientists have developed a new, simple and quick way to make any number microlasers on a single structure.
about New Fabrication and Thermo-Optical Tuning of Whispering Gallery Microlasers
27 Apr 2016
OIST Contributes to Kumamoto Earthquake Relief Efforts
Two staff from the OIST clinic went into the earthquake-hit region of Kumamoto Prefecture to provide medical support for evacuees.
about OIST Contributes to Kumamoto Earthquake Relief Efforts
20 Apr 2016
OIST Welcomes Professor Hiroshi Watanabe
New Evolutionary Neurobiology Unit lead by Prof. Watanabe.
about OIST Welcomes Professor Hiroshi Watanabe
19 Apr 2016
Liquid Spiral Vortex Discovered
Unexpected spiral vortex phenomenon found when liquid is pushed through cross-shaped pathways.
about Liquid Spiral Vortex Discovered
15 Apr 2016
The Glass Revolution
Dream tools come true thanks to digital 3D printing of glass components.
about The Glass Revolution
12 Apr 2016
How the Ant Queen Gets Her Crown: Uncovering the Evolution of Queen-Worker Differences
Networks of co-expressed genes are found to be different between queen and worker ants.
about How the Ant Queen Gets Her Crown: Uncovering the Evolution of Queen-Worker Differences