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Poster prize winner at BIO UT 2015

The 15th University of Tokyo Life Science Network Symposium BIO UT 2015 was held at the University of Tokyo, Japan, on June 27th, 2015. The symposium covered all aspects of life science from biotechnology, bioengineering, cell biology to bioinformatics, developmental biology and environmental biology.

Our journal Integrative Biology awarded a poster prize in BIO UT 2015, which included a certificate and a fantastic £50 RSC Book Voucher.

We are pleased to announced that the winner is:

Daniela Serien, University of Tokyo, Japan for her poster entitled

3D Proteinaceous Microstructures by Direct Laser Writing

from the left, Hiromitsu Urakami (RSC Japan), Daniela Serien (Integrative Biology poster prize winner), and Madoka Takai (University of Tokyo, Committee Chair)

Congratulations to Daniela!

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Poster prize winners at ISMM 2015

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.

Two poster prizes were awarded by Integrative Biology and Lab on a Chip in ISMM2015. The prizes included a certificate and £50 RSC Book Voucher.

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)

Prof. Hideaki Hisamoto (very left), Wojciech P. Bula (third from left) and Sayuri Arai (very right) at ISMM 2015

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!

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Nominations for the 2012 RSC Prizes and Awards now open

Nominations for the 2012 RSC Prizes and Awards close on the 15 January 2012

Our Prizes and Awards represent the dedication and outstanding achievements and are a platform to showcase inspiring science to gain the recognition deserved. Don’t forget to nominate colleagues who have made a significant contribution to advancing the chemical sciences.

View our full list of Prizes and Awards and use the online system to nominate a colleague.

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