Past Events

<Seminar> Prof. Berkhout, HIV keeps on surprising us: a CRISPR-Cas cure adventure and a drug-resistance story

2022-11-16
Seminar Room C210, Center Building

Title: HIV keeps on surprising us: a CRISPR-Cas cure adventure and a drug-resistance story

By Dr. Ben Berkhout, University of Amsterdam.

Language: English, no interpretation 

[Seminar] Prof. Tomonori Shibata "A small molecule targeting UGGAA pentanucleotide repeat responsible for spinocerebellar ataxia type 31."

2022-07-04
C015 (Lab 1-C)

Speaker: Assistant Prof. Tomonori Shibata
SANKEN (The Insitute of Science and Industrial Research), Osaka University

Title: A small molecule targeting UGGAA pentanucleotide repeat responsible for spinocerebellar ataxia type 31

Synthetic Biology Journal Club

2021-01-21
B711 or one of the classrooms nearby

Presenter:  Kamila. Paper: Viral Gene Drive in Herpesviruses (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-18678-0#:~:text=In%20herpesviruses%2C%20gene%20drive%20involves,WT%20and%20a%20modified%20virus.&text=We%20demonstrate%20that%20gene%20drive,population%20in%20cell%20culture%20experiments.)

Synthetic Biology Journal Club

2020-12-10
Lab3 Level B one of the classrooms

A casual weekly SynBio Journal Club. This week the speaker is Gear. 

Synthetic Biology Journal Club

2020-03-19
B712

A casual weekly journal club with broad interest in Synthetic Biology. This week's speaker is Shiv

 

 

 

Seminar "E-field Modulation of Molecular Assemblies and Functions by Engineering Electrostatic Interactions" by Dr. Yoshimitsu Itoh

2019-11-05
C016, Level C, Lab 1

Yoshimitsu ITOH, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology,
The University of Tokyo

[Seminar] Bottom-up approach for an artificial cell synthesis by Prof. Tomoaki Matsuura, Osaka University

2018-08-07
C700, Level C, Lab 3

Speaker
Dr. Tomoaki Matsuura, Associate Professor at Department of Biotechnology, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University.

[Seminar] Introduction to Microscale Thermophoresis (MST)

2018-06-19
C016, Level C, Lab 1

A representative from NanoTemper will introduce Monolith NT.115, an instrument that measures biomolecular interaction (affinity) based on microscale thermophoresis (MST).

[Seminar] "Molecular Technologies to Analyze and Control Dynamic Cellular Functions" by Prof. Shinsuke Sando

2017-10-05
C016, Level C, Lab 1

Prof. Shinsuke Sando
Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology
The University of Tokyo

Seminar: Synthetic RNA switches and nanodevices for cell programming

2017-04-18
C700, Lab 3 Level C

Dr. Hirohide Saito, Professor, Department of Life Science Frontiers, Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), Kyoto University
Hirohide Saito Lab: http://www.cira.kyoto-u.ac.jp/saito/?page_id=1813

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