18 Jul 2017
From left to right: Professor Nori Satoh, Tsai-Ming Lu, and Dr. Miyuki Kanda.
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10 Jul 2017
The Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit recently published a new catalyst for the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide (CO2) leading to chemicals useful in the industry (such as formic acid and...
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7 Jul 2017
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is known as a greenhouse gas and plays an essential role in climate change; it is no wonder scientists have been looking for solutions to prevent its release in the environment....
Type: News Article
19 Jun 2017
Twenty-two OISTers participated this Sunday June 18th to the 34th Manza Hari race taking place in front of the ANA International hotel, forming two motivated teams to take on the locals in the...
Type: Media Links
15 Jun 2017
OIST Professor Keshav Dani just published an already widely shared commentary in the prestigious Physics Today, recounting his experience on multidisciplinary science across the world. His expertise...
Type: Media Links
15 Jun 2017
New research from the Cellular and Molecular Synaptic Function Unit published in eLife demonstrated the ability to track cellular vesicles...
Type: Media Links
14 Jun 2017
While the mechanism of transmission of information at the contact point between two neurons – the famous synapse – has been thoroughly studied, the transportation of this information within the...
Type: News Article
12 Jun 2017
The Quantum Wave Unit reported a successful use of graphene films to drastically enhance the contrast and quality of Electron Microscopy images with low energy electron beams. You can read the full...
Type: Media Links
9 Jun 2017
Developing new scientific devices pushing the limits of what we can observe and measure does not occur overnight. There are typically baby steps involved, small and continuous improvements to counter...
Type: News Article
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