10 Mar 2019
To nurture momentum towards Deep Tech Ecosystem in the society, “we need more attractive universities that recruit young and excellent faculty from overseas for cultural diversity, just like OIST...
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10 Mar 2019
 “ I was surprised to see so many people with different backgrounds getting together to think about Deep Tech today. I am confident that we can turn the situation in Japan around if all of us...
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10 Mar 2019
Mr. Norihiko Sasaki, moderator of the discussion and Chief Content Officer of NewsPicks, asks questions including ones from the floor. The panels share their opinions on how to address problems Deep...
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10 Mar 2019
Mr. Tetsu Nakajima defines Deep Tech as the technology that is based on deep scientific research, requires great amount of time and investments, will be repurposed by the market, and becomes a big...
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10 Mar 2019
Prof. Tsumoru Shintake, whose original research field is accelerator physics, now leads the Quantum Wave Microscopy Unit at OIST. Prof. Shintake, who was engaged in creative activities from early...
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10 Mar 2019
OIST Executive Vice President Dr. Robert Baughman explains OIST’s outline and its initiatives to create an Innovation Ecosystem, which encompasses the OIST Startup Accelerator Program and its new...
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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...
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10 Mar 2019
State Minister of Cabinet Office, Mr. Akira Sato concludes his opening remarks by saying “I expect scientific research at OIST to benefit our future life in many different ways.”
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12 Dec 2018
The event was co-organized by the Okinawa Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) and the Consul General of the US Consulate General Naha and was held on Saturday, December 8th at OIST in...
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19 Nov 2018
The silence that usually envelops the OIST campus on weekends was broken by excited voices of young children and adults this Saturday. The OIST Science Festival 2018 took place on November 17 and...
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19 Nov 2018
A visitor makes a purchase at one of the many food stalls that were set up at the OIST Science Festival 2018.
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19 Nov 2018
Children participate in the “Monster Toothpaste Experiment” at OIST Science Festival 2018.
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