13 Jul 2021 - 13:59
Deforestation is the removal of trees from previously forested areas in order to use the land or resources for other purposes, including lumber, mining and agriculture. One of the key goals of...
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8 Jul 2021 - 10:18
As marine heatwaves become more commonplace, coral reefs are expelling their microscopic and colorful algae and bleaching white. At OIST, Professor Nori Satoh, who leads the Marine Genomics Unit, is...
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2 Jul 2021 - 16:46
Staff scientist Dr. Dan Warren and science communicator Lucy Dickie hunt for Pokémon just outside the recording studio. This image appeared in the news article...
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2 Jul 2021 - 00:00
Staff scientist Dr. Dan Warren and science communicator Lucy Dickie hunt for Pokémon just outside the recording studio. This image appeared in the news article...
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29 Jun 2021 - 00:00
A photo of Euprymna brenneri, the new species of bobtail squid described in the 2019 OIST study. Photo taken by Jeff Jolly, a co-author of this study. The species was named after Dr. Sydney Brenner,...
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22 Jun 2021 - 00:00
The OIST Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit work with perovskite solar cells and modules of varying sizes. This image appeared in the press release...
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22 Jun 2021 - 00:00
The researchers used a powder engineering method to create a high-quality version of FAPbI3. First, they mixed formamidinium acetate (FAAc) with hydroiodic acid (HI). PbI2 was then added. The mixture...
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22 Jun 2021 - 00:00
A proof-of-concept device uses a 5×5cm2perovskite solar module to charge a lithium ion battery. This image appeared in the press release...
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15 Jun 2021 - 16:53
The conventional method of breaking liquid bridges uses retraction. When the nozzle (or plate) is lifted, the liquid bridge extends and breaks. This can form capillary tails and satellite droplets....
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14 Jun 2021 - 10:43
Once a hurricane moves over land, it loses its moisture supply so the air contains less moisture. Air must rise further before it reaches a temperature where it can no longer hold the level of water...
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14 Jun 2021 - 10:35
Air in a Northern Hemisphere hurricane circulates counterclockwise at tremendous speeds. As it spins, air also moves inwards, rises upwards and then moves outwards. The rising moist air condenses,...
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4 Jun 2021 - 00:00
A volcanic CO2 seep at Upa-Upasina Reef in Milne Bay Province (Normanby Island, Papua New Guinea). Pure CO2 bubbles out of the underneath volcano, dissolving in the surrounding seawater and creating...
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