The ISMM (International Symposium on Microchemistry and Microsystems) is a series of symposia that started in Kanazawa, Japan in 2009. The 7th ISMM was held at Kyoto University at Katsura, Japan during 8-10 June, 2015. The symposium mainly focused on separation science, microfluidic technologies, nano-bio devices, biomedicine, microsensors and micro-nano engineering.
We are pleased to announce that the winners are:
Sayuri Arai, Nayoga University, Japan (Integrative Biology prize)
Wojciech P. Bula, Tokyo University, Japan (Lab on a Chip prize)
The title of Sayuri Arai’s poster was ‘A single cell culture system for Cyanobacteria using magnetic force based cell patterning’ and Wojciech’s poster was entitled ‘Low-cost modular microfluidic platform based on 3D printing technology’. The prizes were awarded by Prof. Hideaki Hisamoto of Osaka Prefecture University.
Congratulations to Sayuri and Wojciech!