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Researchers are identifying the quantity, type, and origin of microplastics in Okinawa’s marine animals, both captive and wild.
The first of a series of Joint Workshops between OIST and Kyoto University was held on OIST's campus at the start of November in the field of biomedical sciences.
Their research on the fundamental understanding and applications of perovskite materials and solar cells is attracting attention.
Machine learning drives self-discovery of pulses that stabilize quantum systems in the face of environmental noise
The OIST campus was filled with visitors for the first in-person event in three years
Campus tours and campus visits will once again be offered to the general public.
Using insertions and deletions, researchers switch the coenzyme binding of a protein providing the first evidence of a link between distinct chemistries.
The OIST Center for Quantum Technologies will contribute to the world by driving quantum research and creating innovative technology
“Think in your own way, not just by searching through the database or reading books...” Professor Ichiro Maruyama concludes his time at OIST with words of advice for early career scientists.