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25 Feb 2021
This year, OIST’s Community Relations Section, alongside many researchers and other members of the community, used a combination of livestreaming and pre-recorded videos to move the entire Science Festival online.
8. February 2021 - 12:00
OIST researcher uses state-of-the-art imaging and techniques to study the spindle within our cells, and to reveal which proteins are necessary for it to operate correctly.
1. February 2021 - 12:00
Allegations of scientific misconduct have been sustained by a formal investigation and recently reported to the Board of Governors and the Cabinet Office.
25. January 2021 - 10:58
On January 15th, OIST’s ninth class was officially welcomed to the start of their PhD program, and encouraged to embrace the opportunities that were offered and rise to the challenges that lie ahead.
22. February 2021 - 1:00
A coral’s color can tell of its resilience to climate change, and a new study has shed light on the underlying genetic factors that may be at work behind this.
17. February 2021 - 2:30
DNA variants passed on to modern humans from Neanderthals can increase as well as decrease our ability to fight SARS-CoV-2, a new PNAS study finds.
5. February 2021 - 19:00
Scientists reveal a new nanostructure that could revolutionize technology in batteries and beyond.
OIST Campus at Night
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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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