OIST in the News
New research from the Neural Computation Unit has appeared on the following overseas media:Read More
The following overseas media outlets have covered research from the Masai unit:Read More
OIST research on nanoparticle simulation has appeared on the following websites:Read More
Research from the Computational Neurobiology Unit has been featured around the web.
You can read about the research on the OIST website here:Read More
A recent publication by the Neurobiology Research Unit has been featured on a couple of websites. Please see below:
You can read an article about the research on the OIST website here:Read More
A recent article in Sepmag has been published about a paper from the Sowwan Unit in the journal Nanoscale.
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You can read the article from the OIST webpage about the research here:Read More
Check out the LEAD story in the Science and Technology Section of The Economist this week!!!Read More
Recent research from the Doya Unit has been written about in Popular Science!
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A research on jellyfish metamorphosis by Dr. Konstantin Khalturin in Prof. Satoh's Marine Genomics Unit was higlighted by several Japanese websites recently.
You can also read the OIST Web article in English about the research here.
Business Spectator, a news and commentary website, reports the findings of OIST's research on solar cells.
The research on organic solar cells in Prof. Qi's Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit was featured in Clean Technica and Tech Investor News.
You can read the article here.
You can also read the OIST Web article about the research here.
Refocusing higher education on multidisciplinarity would benefit scientists and economies, says Daya Reddy.
Dr. Daya Reddy, the South African research chair in computational mechanics in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and president of the Academy of Science of South Africa, has an op-ed in Sci Dev Net about higher education in a multidisciplinary environment.Read More
Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, and Matsumoto Dental University announced that the three universities’ research groups have discovered a specific gene that prevents osteoporosis from progressing, in experiments using mice. Finding out a method to boost the activity of the CNOT3 gene may help develop new drugs. The study will be published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, after the 4th of February.Read More
The world's largest neural network simulation project, involving Prof. Kenji Doya and Dr. Jun Igarashi in the OIST Neural Computation Unit, has been picked up by several overseas media recently. You can also read an OIST article on this research published last August here.Read More
During a budget deal Friday with Finance Minister Taro Aso, Ichita Yamamoto, minister in charge of Okinawa issues, agreed upon the allocation of 346 billion yen in the fiscal 2014 budget to promote the local economy in Okinawa. On the back of sales tax increase starting in April, the government increased the budget by 5.2 billion. The budget includes 33 billion yen, up 3 billion from the initial request, earmarked for the construction of a second runway at Naha Airport each year, which will be separately allocated from the unrestricted lump-sum subsidy also beyond 2015.Read More
TV Asahi reported that Governor Nakaima went out of the hospital in Tokyo, where he is hospitalized to undergo some tests, to visit the prime minister’s office with the aim to call for the expansion of OIST from the current 300 faculty level to 500.
After the meeting with Prime Minister Abe, Governor Nakaima told reporters at a press conference that Abe, who had already visited OIST, implied that he would meet the requests from Okinawa Prefectural Government.
A latest posting on Science News, a Web-based science video channel operated by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), features the world's largest neuronal network simulation successfully achieved by OIST's Prof. Kenji Doya and Dr. Jun Igarashi, and their collaborators at RIKEN and Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany. You can watch the video (in Japanese) by clicking any of the links below. To read about their research, cllick here.Read More
Anna Ikarashi's most recent OIST Web article, Build-A-Nanoparticle, about a research paper by Prof. Mukhles Sowwan's Nanoparticles by Design Unit, was picked up by overseas press.Read More