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22 Oct 2020
A new outreach program will allow students in Okinawa and Hawai’i to explore the natural sciences through a cultural lens.
15 Oct 2020
Scientists and staff across OIST have worked hard over the last few months to test the OIST community for antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
12 Oct 2020
Professor Daniel Spector uses his aptitude for numbers and equations to answer questions that aren’t necessarily anchored in what we can observe.
8 Oct 2020
Whilst in lockdown at OIST, Professor Andrew Lobb, in collaboration with a mathematician at Boston College, solved a version of a century-old question: Can square pegs fit inside round holes?
19 Oct 2020
Researchers have taken detailed scans of worker ants to examine the hypothesis that the loss of flight is directly connected to the evolution of strength.
15 Oct 2020
A research team involving three institutions has taken a close look at the genomes of fifteen species in the coral genus, Acropora, to determine if they’re suited to a warmer ocean.
6 Oct 2020
Predicting animal behavior could one day be possible, say researchers, and a new study has made progress in this area by developing a framework based on the motion of a tiny species of worm.
OIST Campus at Night
4 Dec 2015
OIST Campus at Night
4 Dec 2015
OIST Campus at Night
4 Dec 2015
Sunset at OIST
4 Dec 2015
In the Graduate School
4 Dec 2015
Areal View of Campus Buildings
4 Dec 2015
Areal View of Campus Buildings
4 Dec 2015
Sunset at OIST
4 Dec 2015
View from Campus to Accommodation
4 Dec 2015
Stars over Campus Buildings
4 Dec 2015
In the control room of high power TEM Microscope
4 Dec 2015
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