5 Dec 2017
OIST Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Exhibition Can sense of beauty be cultivated in AI?  Can AI autonomously create art works? At Onna Village in Okinawa, OIST Artificial...
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30 Nov 2017
When science and art collide, the results can be both brilliant and bizarre. At the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST), the world’s first interdisciplinary...
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27 Nov 2017
A vortex in the atmosphere can churn with enough power to create a typhoon. But more subtle vortices form constantly in nature. Many of them are too small to be seen with the naked eye. When simple...
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15 Nov 2017
I have been doing basic research on quantum technologies at OIST.  The word, “quantum” represents all the elements in the microscopic world, including atoms, electrons, molecules, ions, and etc...
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15 Nov 2017
By Jyunichi Taki, Science Editorial Staff, Nikkei Newspaper Electric Edition Based on some completely new ideas, Professor Tsumoru Shintake from Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate...
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6 Nov 2017
In Okinawa’s thick, hot jungle and amid its urban sprawl, a collection of green boxes has sprung up in the past year. These monitoring stations are simple, yet they have the potential to remotely...
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6 Oct 2017
  OIST research team in collaboration with Australian researchers found out that the phantom insects regarded as an extinct species have been surviving. Lord Howe stick insects have been...
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6 Oct 2017
  On October 4th, OIST and Okinawa Prefectural Public Health and Environment Institute made an announcement that they have analyzed genome of habu venom for the first time in the world.  ...
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3 Oct 2017
International media is talking about new work from the Mathematics, Mechanics, and Materials Unit headed by Professor Eliot Fried. See the...
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2 Oct 2017
  On 29th, OIST BOG made an announcement of the November 1 inauguration of Dr. Cherry Murray (65) and the resignation of Dr. Torsten Wiesel (93), the incumbent BOG Chair who received the Nobel...
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2 Oct 2017
The effects of surface tension are of central importance in many everyday phenomena: it causes small droplets of rain to stick to your windows, creates bubbles when you add detergent in your sink,...
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20 Sep 2017
Professor Tsumoru Shintake at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) yearns for a clean future, one that is affordable and powered by sustainable energy....
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