Testing the Sea Horse Propeller
15 Mar 2013
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15 Mar 2013
When Professor Tsumoru Shintake first formed the Quantum Wave Microscopy Unit at OIST in September 2011, he knew his grand scheme to develop a...
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Sketch of Electron Microscope Design
15 Mar 2013
A skilled artist, Shintake’s often works the old-fashioned way, with pen and paper, in the initial stages of a project’s design. This is one of his first drawings of the his eletron microscope design...
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Sketch of Propeller Design
15 Mar 2013
A skilled artist, Shintake’s often works the old-fashioned way, with pen and paper, in the initial stages of a project’s design. This is one of his first drawings of the test model for the Sea Horse...
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Site of 300 Propellers
15 Mar 2013
Professor Shintake plans to station 300 huge propellers 100 meters underneath the ocean’s surface in the Kuroshio current. The propellers should generate one million kilowatts of energy in total –...
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18 May 2012
Dr. Shintake demonstrates how moving an electron in a circular manner creates synchrotron radiation which is electromagnetic radiation emitted when electrons are forced to move radially.
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21 Sep 2011
By Juliette Mutheu Last summer, OIST launched an active recruitment of scientists who have demonstrated outstanding scholastic accomplishment and leadership. One such scientist is Award-wining...
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