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A team of researchers from the UK and Japan have found that defects that limit the efficiency of next-gen perovskite solar cells are also responsible for the material's instability.
The first scholars participating in the Theoretical Sciences Visiting Program arrive at OIST.
A comprehensive family tree, based on DNA sequences, has revealed that drywood termites have made at least 40 oceanic journeys over the last 50 million years to reach far flung landmasses.
The philanthropic campaign, launched by OIST and the OIST Foundation in celebration of OIST’s milestone ten years, has surpassed its initial target of US$1 million.
After a two-year postponement, Professor Svante Pääbo accepts the Japan Prize trophy in a ceremony at the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo.
PM Kishida visited OIST and participated in a round-table discussion on education, research, and industry-academia collaboration efforts.
Mr. Koji Omi, who guided and supported the establishment of OIST, passed away on April 14, 2022.
For Large-scale Human Phenotype Research. Standardization to Enable Cross-Border Discoveries in Personalized Medicine & Health.
OIST has been selected to take part in a Global Scholars Program designed for innovators to gain funding for breakthrough science focused on drug discovery or clinical research.