Research Overview

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Research Activities

The OIST graduate education and research program is cross-disciplinary and aims to be at the leading edge of research in science and technology, including the Life Sciences, the Physical Sciences, and Mathematics. So far, 46 research units have been launched, with research in five major areas of Neuroscience, Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology, Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Environmental and Ecological Sciences, as well as Physics and Chemistry. As of March 1, 2014, OIST has over 360 researchers, of whom approximately 170 are international, and about 230 administrative staff who support the researchers.

You can browse OIST web articles by research area from the Keyword List page.