The changing color is a visualization of changing experimental conditions that give rise to the different bulk properties of a liquid, as aggregates are formed in different degrees.
Lead author Tamoghna Das, left, with Mahesh Bandi, head of OIST’s Collective Interactions Unit.
Okinawa Governor Takeshi Onaga (second from left) and Hawaii Governor David Ige (third from left) extended the ongoing memorandum on clean energy co-development project.
OIST Prof. Hiroaki Kitano (center) participated in the Hawaii-Okinawa Energy Innovation Forum at the Chamber of the House of Representatives, Hawaii State Capitol on July 10, 2015 (July 11 Japan time).
OIST President Jonathan Dorfan (left) and UHM Interim Chancellor Robert Bley-Vroman signed the agreement on scientific and academic cooperation at a ceremony at the Hawaii State Capitol on July 10 (July 11 Japan time).
It is a Japanese tradition to bless the construction site.
Shinto priest performs ritual prayers for purification during the groundbreaking ceremony
Members from the construction and architecture firms, and OIST also participated in the groundbreaking ceremony. Pictured second from left is OIST Vice President for Buildings and Facilities Management John Dickison.
The two-story facility will house open lab spaces, storage, and outdoor water tanks for maintaining marine plants and animals, in addition to offices for faculty members and marine research support staff.