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21 May 2020
A researcher explores the mind and its implications for human society.
8 May 2020
Recent study describes new states that can be found in super-cold atom experiments, which could have applications for quantum technology.
8 May 2020
OIST scientist hunts for clues to how neurons survive – and why they sometimes die.
24 Apr 2020
A study in mice and rat brains reveals how general anesthesia dampens high frequency brain activity by weakening synapses.
25 May 2020
An OIST researcher is involved in a multi-disciplinary, international collaboration to uncover the molecular interaction mechanisms between the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its host.
19 May 2020
Researchers strive to better understand the flow of materials that have both liquid-like and solid-like states, such as toothpaste, mayonnaise, and ketchup.
21 Apr 2020
By looking at the DNA of living animals, researchers have revealed early events in vertebrate evolution, including how jawed vertebrates arose from the mating of two different species of primitive fish half a billion years ago.
OIST Campus at Night
4 Dec 2015
OIST Campus at Night
4 Dec 2015
OIST Campus at Night
4 Dec 2015
Sunset at OIST
4 Dec 2015
In the Graduate School
4 Dec 2015
Areal View of Campus Buildings
4 Dec 2015
Areal View of Campus Buildings
4 Dec 2015
Sunset at OIST
4 Dec 2015
View from Campus to Accommodation
4 Dec 2015
Stars over Campus Buildings
4 Dec 2015
In the control room of high power TEM Microscope
4 Dec 2015
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