8 Aug 2018
There are no crystal balls in science. For researchers, making predictions about the outcome of an experiment requires close observation of available data. But in neurobiology, making accurate...
Type: News Article
8 Aug 2018
Authors Prof. Erik De Schutter (left) and Yunliang Zang (right)
Type: Photo
8 Aug 2018
A diagram produced by the model showing the response of a Purkinje cell to climbing fiber input while increasing baseline voltage (left to right). Red shows an increased signaling response or “spike...
Type: Photo
31 Jul 2018
Prof Doya was awarded the Donald O. Hebb award by the International Neural Network Society
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31 Jul 2018
Prof. Doya receives the Donald O. Hebb award for outstanding achievements in biological learning.
Type: Photo
20 Jul 2018
Japanese science and technology news outlet Newswitch has reported on the Innovation Square Startup Accelerator Program today. The I2@OIST program is a new initiative aimed at catalyzing startups in...
Type: Media Links
19 Jul 2018
OIST professor Tsumoru Shintake is contunuing to make waves with the Quantum Wave Microscopy Unit's trialling of their unique wave-engergy converter units. Currently installed in the Maldives, the...
Type: Media Links
12 Jul 2018
OIST's Light-Matter interactions unit is making news with the publication of their new paper in Optica...
Type: Media Links
11 Jul 2018
A diagram showing the new WGR experiments. Test particles (shown here in green) are passed through a light field, which distorts the light wavelength, which can be used to detect the particles.
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018
Dr Jonathan Ward with his co-author, Dr Fuchuan Lei.
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018
 A magnified photograph of a glass Whispering Gallery Resonator. The bubble is extremely small, less than the width of a human hair.
Type: Photo
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