29 Nov 2018
The latest OIST column for the Asahi Shimbun GLOBE+ is out! Click this link to read and know more about the  grand Diwali...
Type: Media Links
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...
Type: News Article
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.
Type: Photo
19 Nov 2018
Children participate in the “Monster Toothpaste Experiment” at OIST Science Festival 2018.
Type: Photo
19 Nov 2018
A young visitor with one of the robots on display.
Type: Photo
19 Nov 2018
Children look at the marine creatures and corals that were on display at the OIST Science Festival 2018.
Type: Photo
19 Nov 2018
With a sleight of hand, Dr.Christopher Petoukhoff in his show explained the science behind magic!
Type: Photo
19 Nov 2018
OIST scientists show how honeybees live in tightly packed and compact hives. Though small in size, honeybees play a critical role in keeping our ecosystem up and running.
Type: Photo
19 Nov 2018
OIST scientists demonstrate how liquid nitrogen changes the property of objects by freezing them to temperatures as low as -196 C º.
Type: Photo
7 Nov 2018
Prof. Julia Khusnutdinova, Dr. Pradnya Patil and Mr. Sébastien Lapointe demonstrate how the ligands are prepared in their laboratory at OIST.
Type: Photo
7 Nov 2018
As copper complexes grow bulkier in structure (increases left to right), their movements slow down. This slowing down motion of the copper complexes increases their photoluminescent property and they...
Type: Photo
7 Nov 2018
The researchers constructed copper complexes using ligands with varying amine groups. From left to right: N-methyl, N-isobutyl, N-isopropyl and N-tert-butyl.  
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