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5 Mar 2021
Mathematician strives to understand functions in metric spaces – abstract settings that go beyond the physical world.
25. February 2021 - 17:00
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.
3. March 2021 - 4:00
Small changes in form can lead to innovative breakthroughs in function, a new study reveals.
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.
OIST Campus at Night
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OIST Campus at Night
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OIST Campus at Night
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Sunset at OIST
4 Dec 2015
In the Graduate School
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Areal View of Campus Buildings
4 Dec 2015
Areal View of Campus Buildings
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Sunset at OIST
4 Dec 2015
View from Campus to Accommodation
4 Dec 2015
Stars over Campus Buildings
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In the control room of high power TEM Microscope
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