Assoc. Prof. Madoka Suzuki and his colleagues have been awarded a research grant (Program Grant) from the Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) for their proposal, “Nanoscale heat transfer phenomena: new paradigm for intra- and intercellular signalling and shaping”.
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- November 24 (Friday), 2017 (13:30〜18:00)
- November 25 (Saturday) – November 26 (Sunday) (10:00〜16:00)
Telecom Center Building, Odaiba Tokyo5th floor Area D (innovating new knowledge by linking different fields), Booth No.65
(The website linked from the title is displayed only in Japanese)
The aim of our exhibition is providing chances for various people to realize the diversity and importance of the “Shape” of proteins though experiences such as watching, feeling and constructing. We hope it helps them to deepen their understanding for biomolecules. The details of exhibition are as following:
- “Watching” by accessing PDBj database and browsing protein molecules with CG in sterically.
- “Feeling” by touching the molecule models made with a 3D printer
- “Constructing” by making molecules with paper crafts
We also introduce the methods and facilities such as synchrotrons and high resolution electron microscopes (Nobel Prize of this year was awarded for it!) to solve molecule shapes.
IPR welcomed a group of members from the College of Life Science, National Tsing Hua University on July 28, 2015, to discuss the
establishment of collaborative research agreements between the two.
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