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12. April 2018 - 14:54
Cure for Fission Yeast Genes Could Have Bigger Things Ahead
New OIST study of mystery chemical has uncovered potential new medical treatments for genetic disorders.
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10. April 2018 - 14:29
Polarization has Strong Impact on Electrons, Study Shows
New research helps understand movement of electrons in two-dimensional systems.
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29. March 2018 - 14:31
New Math Bridges Holography and Twistor Theory
A new perspective bridges two approaches to understanding quantum gravity.
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26. March 2018 - 14:24
Remake, Refill, Reuse: Recycling at the Synapse Revealed
OIST Researchers have shown that the speed of neurotransmitter recycling at the synapse is determined by the refilling speed of vesicles.
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19. March 2018 - 11:39
Science Challenge 2018
Students from around the world come to OIST and find the “Joy of Discovery”
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14. March 2018 - 10:22
Scientists Illuminate Mechanism at Play in Learning
New research illuminates complex molecular network involved in learning.
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7. March 2018 - 11:30
Science and Business: Turning innovation into enterprise
How can new scientific breakthroughs turn into successful business enterprises? A recent conference held at OIST aimed to find out.
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27. February 2018 - 13:12
Celebrating OIST’s Very First Graduates: Graduation Ceremony 2017
The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) held its inaugural Graduation Ceremony on February 24, 2018, to celebrate the achievements of OIST’s very first graduates.
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23. February 2018 - 14:35
Nanomushroom Sensors: One Material, Many Applications
The Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit at OIST has developed new innovative biosensing material for counting dividing cells and detecting biomolecules.
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8. February 2018 - 9:50
Some Wine with that Cheese? The Work of Professor Izumi Fukunaga
To understand Fukunaga’s work, it helps to appreciate a glass of red wine with cheese.
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1. February 2018 - 10:35
In the Pipeline: A Solution to a 130-Year Old Problem
A twist on a textbook physics experiment sheds light on a complex phenomenon in fluid dynamics.
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23. January 2018 - 9:38
A Superficial Relationship: Soap on Water
New research shows with unprecedented accuracy what happens to liquid soap as it spreads on water.
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19. January 2018 - 15:21
Think Globally, Contribute Locally: Science that Matters
How should scientists contribute to global issues and the development of regional economies in this age of rapid globalization?
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16. January 2018 - 15:43
Building Molecular Wires, One Atom at a Time
Researchers at OIST have found a simple way to construct and deconstruct molecular metal chains, atom-by-atom.
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20. December 2017 - 14:34
Shining a Light on Bacterial Cell Division
OIST researchers have revealed new insights into the process of E. coli cell division, aiding the search for new ways to target bacteria with antibiotics.
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12. December 2017 - 10:27
Spirited Presentations by High School Students: 6th SCORE!
Okinawa’s high school students presented their excellent science and entrepreneurial ideas.
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11. December 2017 - 13:50
Water without Windows: Capturing Water Vapor inside an Electron Microscope
Scientists were able to demonstrate another way of viewing biological samples at high resolution.
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8. December 2017 - 9:51
Paper Heralds New Science Collaboration with Middle East
A new science initiative aims to connect Western and Middle Eastern communities.
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5. December 2017 - 2:00
Worm Genomes Reveal a Link Between Ourselves and Our Distant Relatives
Decoding two worm genomes provides new insights into genetic similarities between distantly related animal groups.
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30. November 2017 - 13:26
Putting the Art in Artificial Intelligence
The Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Exhibition at OIST explores the future of machine art.
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