2 Apr 2015
OIST's Graduate School launches a new admissions website for prospective students
31 Mar 2015
A key missing piece in forecasting typhoon strength identified by OIST researchers.
30 Mar 2015
OIST welcomes Dr. Machi Dilworth as the new vice president of gender equality
27 Mar 2015
Dr. Keiji Takanashi joins OIST as the Vice President of Financial Management. OIST will be well served by his wealth of experience.
24 Mar 2015
About 100 people converged at OIST to discuss how to make Japanese science more visible to the world.
18 Mar 2015
OIST hosted its first Science Challenge workshop on March 9-13 with 22 undergraduate and graduate students from Japan and abroad.
18 Mar 2015
Controlling particles with light and microfibers
11 Mar 2015
OIST researchers advance understanding of Parkinson’s disease.
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.
4 Feb 2015
Thousands of visitors enjoyed hands-on activities, lectures and demonstrations at the 2015 OIST Open Campus.
30 Jan 2015
OIST researchers find tiny pinholes wreaking havoc with next-generation solar cells.
26 Jan 2015
Refined techniques in brain activity analysis in zebra finches yields interesting results about how vocalization works.
21 Jan 2015
Building 3 is nearly finished, completing the first phase of the university's development.
15 Jan 2015
Computer simulations at OIST suggest new applications in industry by harnessing active microscopic particles in fluids.
8 Jan 2015
Mary Grossmann studied microorganisms during three typhoons to figure out what happened to the ocean’s tiny creatures when the waters churn.