10 Jan 2017
In the past decade, two-dimensional, 2D, materials have captured the fascination of a steadily increasing number of scientists. These materials, whose defining feature is having a thickness of only...
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Dr. Bala Murali Krishna (left) and Christopher Petoukhoff from the Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit
10 Jan 2017
Dr. Bala Murali Krishna (left) and Christopher Petoukhoff from the Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit
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26 Dec 2016
While solar cell technology is currently being used by many industrial and government entities, it remains prohibitively expensive to many individuals who would like to utilize it. There is a need...
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The schematic drawing showing that various factors (e.g., moisture, oxygen, light illumination, applied electric field, etc.) during the operation of MAPbI3 perovskite solar cells can generate iodine, which leads to degradation of solar cells.
23 Dec 2016
The schematic drawing showing that various factors (e.g., moisture, oxygen, light illumination, applied electric field, etc.) during the operation of MAPbI3 perovskite solar cells can generate iodine...
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Dr. Yan Jiang holding a freshly made MAPbI3 perovskite solar cell can be seen on the left. MAPbI3 perovskite solar cells degrade, which is marked by a drastic change in color, as seen on the right, held by Dr. Shenghao Wang.
23 Dec 2016
Dr. Yan Jiang holding a freshly made MAPbI3 perovskite solar cell can be seen on the left. MAPbI3 perovskite solar cells degrade, which is marked by a drastic change in color, as seen on the right,...
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Scientists from the Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit who contributed to this research. From the left: Dr. Luis K. Ono, Dr. Emilio J. Juarez-Perez, Dr. Shenghao Wang, Dr. Yan Jiang, and Prof. Yabing Qi
23 Dec 2016
Scientists from the Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit who contributed to this research. From the left: Dr. Luis K. Ono, Dr. Emilio J. Juarez-Perez, Dr. Shenghao Wang, Dr. Yan Jiang, and Prof...
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30 Nov 2016
On Sunday, November 27th, guests from all parts of Okinawa flocked to OIST to attend the Open Campus Science Festival. This event was OIST’s biggest Open Campus to date, with over 5,200 people...
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Guests enjoyed the many different events at the Open Campus Science Festival 2016. Here, a boy learns how to use a pipette.
30 Nov 2016
Guests enjoyed the many different events at the Open Campus Science Festival 2016. Here, a boy learns how to use a pipette. 
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Guests enjoyed the “Experiments with liquid nitrogen” show at the Open Campus Science Festival 2016.
30 Nov 2016
Guests enjoyed the “Experiments with liquid nitrogen” show at the Open Campus Science Festival 2016. 
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The “Chemical Demonstrations” booth appeared to be very popular, entrancing both adults and children alike.
30 Nov 2016
The “Chemical Demonstrations” booth appeared to be very popular, entrancing both adults and children alike.
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Guests began lining up over an hour before the scheduled start time for Open Campus Science Festival
30 Nov 2016
Guests began lining up over an hour before the scheduled start time for Open Campus Science Festival
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22 Nov 2016
Liquids are an important part of our everyday lives. Fluids such as water are Newtonian, and their viscous behavior is well understood. However, many common fluids are viscoelastic. These fluids,...
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