The recent, third evaluation of IST Austria covered the period 2016-2019. The review of the Institute was carried out by an international team of scientists headed by Serge Haroche, 2012 Nobel laureate in physics. Their report was delivered to the Institute’s Board of Trustees as well as to the Austrian government and parliament in June…..
An External Peer Review panel, which included Nobel Laureates, researchers renowned in their field, and the Presidents and Vice-Presidents of globally pre-eminent institutions, recently submitted its report to the OIST Board of Governors. The main findings of the report are: The Panel’s analysis highlighted achievements to date and made sound recommendations in support of future…..
Over the last three months, OIST scientists, students and staff have proactively used their scientific and creative skills to help limit the spread of COVID-19 in Okinawa and protect the local community. With their expertise and OIST’s resources, scientists has been contributing to Okinawan medical and governmental institutions by providing PCR testing, antibody testing,…..
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to Peter Ratcliffe, Director of Clinical Research at the Francis Crick Institute and Director of the Target Discovery Institute at Oxford University. Peter won the prize jointly with William Kaelin of Harvard and Gregg Semenza of Johns Hopkins, for their ‘discoveries of how cells sense and adapt…..
“Normalized” ranking sees Weizmann Institute of Science, Rockefeller University, OIST and IST Austria in the lead Yesterday the renowned “Nature” journal released its “Nature Index 2019”, a ranking based on the annual evaluation of publication data of 82 well-established world-class journals. For the first time, it also took into account the size of the institutions…..
Five top international research institutes from Europe, USA, Middle East and Asia join forces to form the unique BRIDGE Network. Klosterneuburg, June 5, 2019 – Science is inherently international, competitive, collaborative, and dynamic. Now, five research institutes from four regions of the world have founded the “BRIDGE Network.” The new and unique network includes the…..