Researchers from OIST’s Fluid Mechanics Unit and Continuum Physics Unit who authored the paper on typhoons.
From Left to Right: Dr. Pinaki Chakraborty, Head of the Fluid Mechanics Unit, Tapan Sabuwala, researcher in the Continuum Physics Unit and Dr. Gustavo Gioia, Head of the Continuum Physics Unit.
Typhoon Choi Wan captured by satellite as it passed through the Eastern Philippine Sea in September 2009.
Heaviness of rainfall around the typhoon’s center is marked by red, green and blue in that order. Areas with the heaviest rainfall, in red and green are around the central column. The Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (...
Dr. Machi Dilworth starts as OIST's Vice President of Gender Equality on April 1.
Dr. Takanashi will join OIST as Vice President of Financial Management on April 1st, 2015.
Press officers shared their experiences and challenges publishing press releases about Japanese science in English during a presentation titled “Why Do We Care?” at the International Science Communication Workshop. From left: Norifumi Miyokawa, senior...
Panelists discussed science communication tools with the audience. From left: David Hajime Kornhauser, senior research administrator for Kyoto University, Masaaki Hiramatsu, interim chief public information officer for the National Astronomical...
OIST researcher Luis Ono showed attendees of the International Science Communication Workshop around the Energy Materials and Surface Sciences lab during a campus tour.
David Hajime Kornhauser, senior research administrator for Kyoto University, shared how he and his team produce science news releases in English.
Robert Irion, director of the science communication program at University of California, Santa Cruz, explained how he trains scientists to write about science with style and grace.