30. April 2015 - 13:09
New state-of-the-art facilities inaugurated at OIST
20. April 2015 - 14:56
Largest gathering of high energy physics computing experts comes to OIST
17. April 2015 - 13:28
A species that has learned to survive without males still needs them.
2. April 2015 - 9:30
OIST's Graduate School launches a new admissions website for prospective students
31. March 2015 - 14:28
A key missing piece in forecasting typhoon strength identified by OIST researchers.
30. March 2015 - 13:29
OIST welcomes Dr. Machi Dilworth as the new vice president of gender equality
27. March 2015 - 10:36
Dr. Keiji Takanashi joins OIST as the Vice President of Financial Management. OIST will be well served by his wealth of experience.
24. March 2015 - 16:48
About 100 people converged at OIST to discuss how to make Japanese science more visible to the world.
18. March 2015 - 16:29
OIST hosted its first Science Challenge workshop on March 9-13 with 22 undergraduate and graduate students from Japan and abroad.
18. March 2015 - 10:59
Controlling particles with light and microfibers
11. March 2015 - 11:11
OIST researchers advance understanding of Parkinson’s disease.
4. March 2015 - 16:58
Growing film for use in solar cells under controlled conditions isn’t necessarily the best way. Ambient air grows better film, and it’s cheaper.
27. February 2015 - 9:33
A key part of the brain involved with decisions and movement appears to operate like a traditional corporation.
17. February 2015 - 13:11
A new era of open energy systems is ready for launch
12. February 2015 - 10:04
The Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit at OIST studies in depth the physics behind liquid-liquid impact with varied temperatures to create non-spherical particles for use in industry.
4. February 2015 - 8:40
Thousands of visitors enjoyed hands-on activities, lectures and demonstrations at the 2015 OIST Open Campus.
30. January 2015 - 15:56
OIST researchers find tiny pinholes wreaking havoc with next-generation solar cells.
26. January 2015 - 15:36
Refined techniques in brain activity analysis in zebra finches yields interesting results about how vocalization works.