1 Aug 2016
A new R&D site for sustainable living in hot and humid areas was inaugurated on July 28th, 2016. The site is a collaboration between the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate...
Type: News Article
21 Jul 2016
Inside the human body, the same drug can interact with multiple molecules. This phenomenon is known as ‘polypharmacology’ and, according to the interaction, a drug can cure a disease or cause side...
Type: News Article
Circuit board and pill
21 Jul 2016
Type: Photo
26 Feb 2016
The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) and Misawa Homes Institute of Research and Development (MHIRD) join forces to create an experimental eco-friendly house that...
Type: Press release
10 Apr 2015
This is the introduction movie of Open Energy Systems which are installed in 19 OIST faculty houses. Each house is connected with DC cable lines and exchange energy each other.
Type: Video
17 Feb 2015
The future of sustainable energy is likely to include widespread production and distribution, or what some are now calling “open energy systems.” Instead of power produced and distributed solely by...
Type: News Article
3 Feb 2015
This is the introduction movie of Open Energy Systems which are installed in 19 OIST faculty houses. Each house is connected with DC cable lines and exchange energy each other.
Type: Video
4 Jun 2014
Researchers in OIST’s Open Biology Unit led by Prof. Hiroaki Kitano are working on a physiological computer modeling platform called PhysioDesigner....
Type: News Article
Physiome.jp
4 Jun 2014
The OIST Open Biology Unit also develops software that enables 3D visualization of simulation results.  The image above consolidates responses at multiple levels to simulate electrical signals...
Type: Photo
Principle Idea of PhysioDesigner
4 Jun 2014
To simulate multi-level physiological responses it is necessary to understand how physiological phenomena occurring at one level influence or govern other levels.
Type: Photo
Subscribe to Integrated Open Systems Unit (Hiroaki Kitano)