CHEP Lunch Benches
20 Apr 2015
CHEP 2015 participants enjoyed lunch boxes at OIST.
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CHEP Opening
20 Apr 2015
OIST Dean of Faculty Affairs Ken Peach welcomes participants to the 21st International Conference on Computing in High Energy Physics and Nuclear Physics (CHEP) at the Okinawa Institute of Science...
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24 Mar 2015
More than 95 science communicators gathered at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) on March 19 - 20 to chart a new course for boosting international media...
Type: News Article
Science Communication Workshop “Why Do We Care?” Panel
24 Mar 2015
Press officers shared their experiences and challenges publishing press releases about Japanese science in English during a presentation titled “Why Do We Care?” at the International Science...
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Science Communication Workshop Panel
24 Mar 2015
Panelists discussed science communication tools with the audience. From left: David Hajime Kornhauser, senior research administrator for Kyoto University, Masaaki Hiramatsu, interim chief public...
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Science Communication Workshop Lab Tour
24 Mar 2015
OIST researcher Luis Ono showed attendees of the International Science Communication Workshop around the Energy Materials and Surface Sciences lab during a campus tour.
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David Hajime Kornhauser
24 Mar 2015
David Hajime Kornhauser, senior research administrator for Kyoto University, shared how he and his team produce science news releases in English.
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Robert Irion
24 Mar 2015
Robert Irion, director of the science communication program at University of California, Santa Cruz, explained how he trains scientists to write about science with style and grace.
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Valerie Jamieson
24 Mar 2015
Valerie Jamieson, editorial content director of the New Scientist, shared what journalists really need to produce a captivating science story.
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Science Communication Workshop Poster Session
24 Mar 2015
Attendees of the International Science Communication Workshop shared their strategies for communicating Japanese science to the world during the poster session.
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Feed the Monster
24 Mar 2015
Neil Calder, vice president of communications at OIST, described the Western media as a hungry monster, waiting to eat up Japanese science stories – but they must be written in English.
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Science Communication Workshop 2015 Group Photo
24 Mar 2015
About 100 communication officers, journalists and academics from Japan and around the world attended the International Science Communication Workshop at OIST March 19-20.
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