8 Feb 2018
To understand Fukunaga’s work, it helps to appreciate a glass of red wine with cheese.
1 Feb 2018
A twist on a textbook physics experiment sheds light on a complex phenomenon in fluid dynamics.
23 Jan 2018
New research shows with unprecedented accuracy what happens to liquid soap as it spreads on water.
19 Jan 2018
How should scientists contribute to global issues and the development of regional economies in this age of rapid globalization?
16 Jan 2018
Researchers at OIST have found a simple way to construct and deconstruct molecular metal chains, atom-by-atom.
20 Dec 2017
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.
12 Dec 2017
Okinawa’s high school students presented their excellent science and entrepreneurial ideas.
8 Dec 2017
A new science initiative aims to connect Western and Middle Eastern communities.
5 Dec 2017
Decoding two worm genomes provides new insights into genetic similarities between distantly related animal groups.
30 Nov 2017
The Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Exhibition at OIST explores the future of machine art.
27 Nov 2017
OIST scientists were able to create and study a vortex in the laboratory.
21 Nov 2017
More than 5,300 people gathered for one of Okinawa’s largest science events.
8 Nov 2017
The Japanese Government announced that former OIST President Dr. Jonathan Dorfan will receive the honorific award for his achievements.
6 Nov 2017
Using remote acoustic monitoring to track bird activity on Okinawa for the first time, scientists examined the distribution of birds on Okinawa.
11 Oct 2017
OIST researchers take one step forward toward understanding and genetically manipulating B. bacteriovorus, a type of bacteria with promising potential use as a living antibiotic.
6 Oct 2017
Researchers use genetic sequencing of museum specimens to confirm that the Lord Howe Island stick insect, once thought to be extinct, survived by hiding out on a nearby island.
4 Oct 2017
Researchers have sequenced the Taiwan habu genome, comparing it to that of the Sakishima habu. These invasive species may be not as well-known as the native habu in Okinawa, pictured here.
2 Oct 2017
Phenomena involving surface tension are extremely complex and have applications in our everyday lives, and OIST researchers are tackling the complicated mathematics behind the physics.