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30 Nov 2021
Organic materials could soon be utilized for glow-in-the-dark products, which has the potential to diversify and expand the already US$400 million industry, says researchers.
26. November 2021 - 13:05
Through outreach programs, internships, and workshops, OIST invests in Okinawa’s youth, priming them for future opportunities.
18. November 2021 - 0:00
Ten years after its inception, OIST’s startups and research have made their way beyond the laboratories and offices to have tangible impacts on their island home and the people that inhabit it.
8. November 2021 - 0:00
Professor Amy Shen, who leads the Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit, has been made a 2021 Fellow of the American Physical Society for her significant contributions to the field of fluid dynamics.
25. November 2021 - 16:40
Researchers use a state-of-the-art technique to build 3D scaffolds that may help neurons repair and re-connect after spinal injury.
10. November 2021 - 15:04
By mixing a polymer with protein, researchers create membraneless droplets that can mimic the molecular properties of how molecules move in the cell.
4. November 2021 - 10:02
Researchers in Japan are amongst the first to successfully use machine learning to aid with accurate quantum measurement-based control, a crucial step in the development of quantum technologies.
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OIST Campus at Night
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