ImPACT Noji Program entitled “Artificial Cell Reactor Technology for an Enriched and Secure Society and New Bioengineering” is conducted to promote Artificial Cell Reactor (ACR) technology based on traditional Japanese microfabrication technology.
The ACR technology globally attracts a large attention not only from academia but also from industries as to be a next generation platform because of its broad range of applications such as high-sensitivity digital counting diagnostics, high throughput screening of functional molecules, and synthetic biotechnology.
On the occasion of the symposium, we will invite top scientists as speakers from all over the world active in the relevant fields such as synthetic biology, chemical biology, and micro/nano device technology, to learn state of the art technology.
The symposium will give a fruitful discussion on remaining tasks and future plans toward the implementation of the ACR technology among participants.
I am looking forward to many people taking this opportunity to attend the symposium.
|Date & Time||April 5, 2018 10:00-17:50 (Reception is open from 9:00)
April 6, 2018 9:30-18:10 (Reception is open from 9:00)
|Venue||Ito International Research Center (B2F), The University of Tokyo,
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
access : http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ext01/iirc/en/access.html
|Participation Fee||Free, except for banquet in the evening of Day 1|
|Registration Deadline||April 2 (Mon.) 2018, 17:00|
|Capacity||Approx. 400 people|
* An auto-reply email will be sent to the provided email address upon completion of registration.
* If you do not receive an auto-reply email, please contact at impact-nj(at)jst.go.jp (please replace (at) with"@").