Poster prize winners at the 10th Symposium on Biorelevant Chemistry

Congratulations to the two poster prize winners at the 10th Symposium on Biorelevant Chemistry!

We were pleased to present prizes to these winners:

Yuuma Shisaka (Nagoya University) – Molecular BioSystems Poster Prize
Title: ‘Interaction Analysis of Hemoprotein HasA with Captured Synthetic Metal Complexes and Its Specific Receptor HasR from Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Yuki Imakura (University of Tokyo) – Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry Poster Prize
Title: ‘Design of long-lived hyperpolarized probes based on T1 relaxation mechanism’

Organized by the Chemical Society of Japan, the Biorelevant Chemistry Symposium took place from 7-9 September 2016 in Kanazawa, Japan and was attended by a total of 430 delegates.

From left to right: Professor Hisakazu Mihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Chair of the Division of Biofunctional Chemistry, Chemical Society of Japan), Professor Nobutaka Fujieda (Osaka University, Poster award committee co-chair), Mr Yuuma Shisaka (Nagoya Univerisity, Molecular BioSystems award winner), Mr Yuki Imakura (Nagoya Univerisity, OBC award winner), Professor Kenji Yokoyama (Tokyo University of Technology, Chair of the Division of Biotechnology, Chemical Society of Japan), Professor Asanuma Hiroyuki (Nagoya University, Poster award committee chair), Professor Masato Saito (Osaka University, Poster award committee co-chair).

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One Response to “Poster prize winners at the 10th Symposium on Biorelevant Chemistry”

  1. Research says:

    Great Crongrats Researc h is always good!

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