Unedited Aerial Footage of OIST Campus (December 2012) This footage is available for download in unedited form for use by press and media. Please credit OIST.
An aerial view of OIST’s campus shows off its spectacular architecture, surrounding landscape, and building layout. Orient yourself to Japan’s only international and interdisciplinary graduate university by watching this fly-by tour. Select 1080p in...
Temperature sensors from OIST get a ride on the Japanese Coast Guard’s navigational buoys. Collecting temperature data around Okinawa is part of the large ocean monitoring system that the Marine Biophysics Unit will be installing throughout the year.
Professor Greg Stephens searches for patterns in the behavior of Caenorhabditis elegans, a transparent worm about one millimeter in length. He and colleagues at Princeton University directly analyzed high-resolution videos of the worm’s movement and...
OIST opens its campus to the public once a year to showcase its research and demonstrate through hands-on learning that science is fun! Creative commons music by...
A video showing the transformation process from aluminum printing plates to artist Akira Miyagi’s creations.
Timelapse of the Lab 2 construction on the OIST campus. Work began in November 2010, and the building was put to use in June 2012 Sound/Music by Setuniman on Freesound
The story for any fish hoping to make an uphill trip from the ocean to the Shirin-Gawa stream that passes through the OIST campus.
Tabletop experiments in OIST's Collective Interactions Unit https://groups.oist.jp/ciu Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology http://www.oist.jp
Members of the Light-Matter Interactions Unit use optical nanofibers and lasers to trap plastic balls the size of human red blood cells on an ‘optical conveyor belt’. The group hopes to work with biologists at OIST to replace the plastic balls with real...