18 Nov 2016
Two OIST divers were involved in a diving incident in Ie-Suido channel off the coast of Okinawa on 14 November.
9 Nov 2016
OIST is proud to announce that five new faculty members have joined the university.
7 Nov 2016
Modelling of a magnetic material unveils an unusual state of matter that promises to advance the field of condensed matter
2 Nov 2016
New research provides insight into plumage evolution
21 Oct 2016
Fission yeast may be used to find the next cancer cure
20 Oct 2016
The African clawed frog X. laevis genome contains two full sets of chromosomes from two extinct ancestors
14 Oct 2016
Dr. Ken Maeda, a researcher from OIST’s Marine Genomics Unit, received the Young Researcher Award from the Ichthyological Society of Japan for his work on gobies.
4 Oct 2016
Bringing the dream of utilizing cost-effective renewable energy resources into reality
23 Sep 2016
Behavioral experiment on reward and punishment highlights the cumulative effect of punishment in children with ADHD.
12 Sep 2016
Dr. Jun Inoue in the OIST Marine Genomics Unit has been awarded Young Scientist Initiative Award by the Japan Society of Evolutionary Studies.
6 Sep 2016
A newly installed robot will provide researchers much higher quality preparation of biological samples, drastically improving reproducibility of experimental results.
2 Sep 2016
Thirty-five students joined the university, bringing a total number of the student body to 134.
31 Aug 2016
Smiling children, filled with curiosity, had a great experience at the end of their summer vacation.
30 Aug 2016
Researchers discovered how to stop bacteria motility and thus how to disrupt bacterial infections.
17 Aug 2016
Scientists used DNA analysis to explore genetic correlation among Japanese coral population.
15 Aug 2016
Interactions between tiny particles trapped in light found to differ, depending on the light’s shape.
10 Aug 2016
Creating and examining 10,296 mutants of a ribozyme leads to a better understanding of these widespread but understudied RNA molecules.
2 Aug 2016
Strong coupling in specific light-matter interactions, previously believed to be a quantum phenomenon, is explained with classical models and experiments.