12 Nov 2018
For the first time, physicists present a unified theory explaining two characteristic features of frustrated magnets and why they’re often seen together.
7 Nov 2018
Slowing down movements of photoluminescent metal complexes can increase efficiency of light emission, discover OIST scientists.
30 Oct 2018
OIST scientists have used brain imaging to identify three sub-types of depression—including one that is unresponsive to commonly prescribed serotonin boosting drugs.
23 Oct 2018
For the first time, scientists decipher the entire genome of the striped catfish, paving the way for better breeding of the critical commercial species.
18 Oct 2018
Stars, triangles and pentagons demonstrate the adaptability and robustness of bacterial cell division machinery.
12 Oct 2018
OIST physicists calculate an atomic force that can be harnessed to create quantum technologies.
27 Sep 2018
OIST scientists’ research on perovskite solar cells indicates a promising future towards sustainability.
26 Sep 2018
OIST scientists have demonstrated a new mechanism that may help develop electronic devices differently.
4 Sep 2018
On September 3, 2018, the OIST community gathered in a ceremony to welcome its seventh class of PhD students.
29 Aug 2018
Local school kids get hands-on with science over the summer.
28 Aug 2018
OIST scientists have devised a way of observing the working of single neurons in unsurpassed detail in a live animal.
8 Aug 2018
Simulated neuron gives strong predictions for future research.
31 Jul 2018
International Neural Network Society presents OIST computational neuroscientist with a life contribution award
23 Jul 2018
How does living life in darkness influence the way nocturnal fishes see? A study by OIST scientists finds out.
17 Jul 2018
A new study by OIST researchers provides evidence towards selection in mtDNA due to variations in temperature.
4 Jul 2018
OIST proudly hosted STRINGS 2018, an annual conference on string theory, between 25-29 June 2018.
3 Jul 2018
Structure of cohesin, a cell division protein, could be much different than expected, study shows.