November 2016

Lights, Action, Electrons!

Lights, Action, Electrons!

For the first time, scientists visualized electron movement inside a solar cell.

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New Advances in Solar Cell Technology

Bringing the dream of utilizing cost-effective renewable energy resources into reality

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The Origins of Okinawan Gobies

Dr. Ken Maeda, a researcher from OIST’s Marine Genomics Unit, received the Young Researcher Award from the Ichthyological Society of Japan for his work on gobies.

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OIST and Fujitsu Collaborate to Develop New Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

A partnership that aims to make computers better at learning, using the latest insights from brain science.

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Doubling Down on DNA

The African clawed frog X. laevis genome contains two full sets of chromosomes from two extinct ancestors

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Paving the Road to Drug Discovery

Fission yeast may be used to find the next cancer cure

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