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Workshop on Radiation and Photochemistry

PPS is very proud to have supported the recent Workshop on Radiation and Photochemistry which was held at Savitribai Phule Pune University between January 10th – 12th 2016.

The PPS poster prizes awarded at the ceremony went to:

Vadde Ramu for his poster entitled, ‘New imaging reagents for lipid dense regions in live cells and the nucleus in fixed MCF- 7 cells’ from National Chemical Laboratory, India.

Meenakshi N. Shinde for her poster entitled, ‘Photophysical properties and DNA interaction studies of two newly synthesized Cobalt (II) complexes’ from Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune.

Rupali G. Shinde for his poster entitled, ‘Free Radical Scavenging Activity of Esculetin and its Derivatives: A Comparative study’ from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai.

Congratulations to all 3 of the winners!

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PPS supports the 1st Young Scientist Seminar on Scientific Research on Innovative Areas “Photosynergestics”

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(L-R) Ms. Wakana Naito, Ritsumeikan University and Professor Hajime Ito, Hokkaido University

PPS is very proud to have supported the recent 1st Young Scientist Seminar on Scientific Research on Innovative Areas “Photosynergetics”, 31st July – 1st August 2015, Osaka, Japan.

The PPS poster prize, awarded at the seminar, went to Ms. Wakana Naito, of Ritsumeikan University, for her poster titled “Chirality Induction of Pyrrole-Based Cyclic π-Electronic Systems by Inner Modifications”.

The prize was awarded by Professor Hajime Ito of Hokkaido University, Chief of the Prize Awarding Committee of the 1st Young Scientist Seminar for Photosynergetics.

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ICP Prize Winners

We were delighted to award two delegates at the 16th International Congress on Photobiology, Córdoba, Argentina with Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prizes.

María Julia Lamberti from Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto, Argentina and Francisco Lobos from the Universidad de Concepción, Chile were each awarded a Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences certificate and an RSC book voucher.

Maria presented a poster entitled “Photodynamic therapy mediates the ROS-dependent activation of the tumor prosurvival hypoxia-inducible factor I” and Francisco a poster on “Sequence, structure and function of the gamma 33 subunit of R-phycoerythrin from Gracilaria chilensis”.

Many congratulations to all the winners!


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16th International Congress on Photobiology: Abstract submission deadline extended until 4th April

Deadline extended: Submit your abstracts by Friday 4th April 2014

Registration is still open for the 16th International Congress on Photobiology, to be held in Cordoba, Argentina, 7-12 September 2014.

The meeting starts with two talks and a reception on the evening of Sunday 7th and ends on the afternoon of Friday 12th. There are optional excursions on Wednesday afternoon and a special Darwin-steps trip is being organized to take place immediately after the Congress.

For further information and to submit your abstracts, visit: 

www.photobiology2014.com.ar  

16th ICP

 

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The 15th Congress of the European Society for Photobiology

The European Society for Photobiology (ESP), one of the two owner societies of PPS, will be holding the 15th Congress of the European Society for Photobiology in Liège, Belgium, on the 2–6th September 2013. This exciting conference is an important forum for the dissemination of advanced knowledge and technological developments in photobiology, and will generate scientific discussions and facilitate the exchange of new ideas and new collaborations for future research. The ESP Scientific Advisory Board, including the ESP President and PPS Associate Editor Evelyne Sage, have put together a program of sessions on a wide range of topics which cover major streams of photobiological sciences. This includes highly relevant, timely, cutting edge symposia.

Keynote speakers include:

Markus Böhm (Münster, Germany)
 • Novel twists in alpha-MSH-mediated protection against UV irradiation of the skin

Mladen Korbelik (Vancouver, Canada)
 • Engagement of sphingolipids in light-tissue interaction

Santi Nonell (Barcelona, Spain)
 • Genetically-encodable fluorescent singlet oxygen photosensitisers

Janet Morgan (Buffalo, USA)
 • Strategies for targeting cancer stem-like cells with photodynamic therapy

Roman Ulm (Geneva, Switzerland)
 • UV-B photoreceptor signalling

In addition to providing an exciting venue for scientific exchange, Liège is a historical European city and a great place to visit. Early registration ends July 31st, so click here to register today!

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RSC US Roadshows 2012 – Week 1: California

As week 1 of the RSC US Raodshows 2012 begins, look out for Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences Managing Editor Sarah Ruthven who will be visiting universities in California this week.

Starting on the 16th April, RSC Publishing will be touring the United States of America to share more than 170 years experience of publishing in the chemical sciences. Sixteen universities across the country will be hosting these one-day events, which are open to all members of the hosting institute.

Week 1 sees RSC Publishing visit four universities in California:

  • 16th AprilUniversity of California Irvine
  • 17th AprilUniversity of California Los Angeles
  • 18th AprilUniversity of California Santa Barbara
  • 20th AprilUniversity of California Berkeley

Click here to find out more…

Keep up to date with the RSC US roadshow by following the Royal Society of Chemistry on Facebook, or look out for #RSC2012 on Twitter!

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2012 ESP Photobiology School

The European Society for Photobiology is pleased to announce the 2012 ESP Photobiology School, taking place in Brixen/Bressanone in South Tyrol, Italy. The purpose of the school is to provide an introductory overview of all main aspects of photobiology, presented by experts in each area.  The intention of the school is to cover the basic principles of photobiology and photochemistry of biomolecules as well as applications of such knowledge in understanding effects of climatic changes, influence of light on biological systems, applications of light in medicine and for other purposes.

The school will include basic lectures in each field that should be attended by all participants as well as optional special lectures in the same fields. The students will have the opportunity to present their results at a poster session. The course may act as a fundament for further research in the photobiological sciences.

The attendants may be MSc- and PhD-students, as well as others who would be interested in an overview of the photobiological sciences. However, the course will be designed for PhD students. The course will end with a short final test and an attendance certificate will be provided.

2012 ESP Photobiology School
Dates:
18-23 June, 2012
Location: “Casa della Gioventù Universitaria” of the University of Padova Via Rio Bianco 12, I-39042 Brixen/Bressanone, Italy

For further information please visit the website: http://www.esp-photobiology.it/school.html

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