7 Mar 2013
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...
Type: Video
25 Apr 2013
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.
Type: Video
24 Apr 2013
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...
Type: Video
23 Apr 2013
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...
Type: News Article
12 Apr 2013
“I had no clue what foraminifera were,” says OIST researcher Dr. Beatrice Lecroq.  To find out, this curious Swiss French biologist journeyed to the strange, deeper parts of the ocean, intrigued...
Type: News Article
12 Apr 2013
Dr. Lecroq now spends her time in front of the computer, staring at magnified ant heads.
Type: Photo
29 Mar 2013
If weather and technology cooperate during the next four years OIST researcher, Daisuke Hasegawa of the Marine Biophysics Unit will have received more than...
Type: News Article
29 Mar 2013
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...
Type: Video
29 Mar 2013
Attaching the subsurface equipment to the Coast Guard’s 10-meter long ocean buoys must be conducted on land. 
Type: Photo
29 Mar 2013
Japanese Coast Guard and members from the Marine Biophysics Unit and Marine Science Resources Section work together to put the first piece of scientific equipment on the Coast Guard’s navigational...
Type: Photo
29 Mar 2013
Securing oceanographic equipment can involve small spaces for science specialist, Koichi Toda. 
Type: Photo
29 Mar 2013
Daisuke Hasegawa and Koichi Toda work together to attach the waterproof solar cell that powers the cell phone.
Type: Photo
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