27 Feb 2020
A first step into radical collaboration began with the first meeting of OIST and Hitachi at the Hitachi Central Research Laboratory in Tokyo. See the beginning of the Next Big Thing!
Type: Video
10 Dec 2019
EF Polymer wins Carbon Tech award at the global grand finale of Climate Launchpad.
Type: Photo
10 Dec 2019
The radiothermometer device (prototype shown on left) uses microwave radiation to scan areas of the body, such as the breast (scan on right) to determine the internal temperature.
Type: Photo
10 Dec 2019
The eco-friendly polymer can be added to soil, where it retains large quantities of water. This reduces the amount of water needed to irrigate crops.
Type: Photo
10 Dec 2019
In an extraordinary accomplishment, EF Polymer – a team of OIST entrepreneurs from India – emerged as the Carbon Tech champions in the...
Type: News Article
22 Nov 2019
H.E. Shinsuke Sugiyama, Japan’s Ambassador to the United States talks at the ceremony of OIST Foundation launch.
Type: Photo
23 Jul 2019
Developed by the OIST Wave Energy Project, the Wave Energy Converter transforms wave power into reliable electricity.
Type: Video
6 Jun 2019
<Joint Press Release, Klosterneuburg, June 5, 2019 > Science is inherently international, competitive, collaborative, and dynamic. Now, five research institutes from four regions of the world...
Type: Press release
10 Mar 2019
“To foster the startup ecosystem in Japan, it is important that large companies open up their assets to startups as well as support them through M&A. Also, universities can play an important role...
Type: Photo
3 Dec 2018
Welcome to I²: the Innovation Square Startup Incubator at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST). I² is a facility where entrepreneurs from across the planet can...
Type: Video
21 Jun 2018
The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) has signed a memorandum of understanding with DEEPCORE lnc., an incubator focusing on Artificial Intelligence (AI). Together...
Type: Press release
17 May 2018
A coral nursery in Maeganeku, Okinawa. Corals are maintained on metal posts.
Type: Photo
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