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The Kanazawa University NanoLSI Podcast offers updates of the latest news and research at the WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University. The Nano Life Science Institute (NanoLSI) at Kanazawa University was established in 2017 as part of the World Premier International (WPI) Research Center Initiative of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Researchers at the NanoLSI are combining their cutting-edge expertise in scanning probe microscopy to establish ‘nano-endoscopic techniques’ to directly image, analyze, and manipulate biomolecules for insights into mechanisms governing life phenomena such as diseases. Further information WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University websitehttps://nanolsi.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/en/

Kanazawa University NanoLSI Podcast Adarsh Sandhu

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The Kanazawa University NanoLSI Podcast offers updates of the latest news and research at the WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University. The Nano Life Science Institute (NanoLSI) at Kanazawa University was established in 2017 as part of the World Premier International (WPI) Research Center Initiative of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Researchers at the NanoLSI are combining their cutting-edge expertise in scanning probe microscopy to establish ‘nano-endoscopic techniques’ to directly image, analyze, and manipulate biomolecules for insights into mechanisms governing life phenomena such as diseases. Further information WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University websitehttps://nanolsi.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/en/

    Alexander S. Mikhailov: Simple computational models for exploring complex bio-dynamic phenomena (Kanazawa/Recorded 19 February 2021)

    Alexander S. Mikhailov: Simple computational models for exploring complex bio-dynamic phenomena (Kanazawa/Recorded 19 February 2021)

    Professor Alexander S. Mikhailov is an overseas Computational Science group of the WPI NanoLSI and a professor at the Department of Physical Chemistry at the Fritz Haber Institute, Berlin. Here, he describes his research on computational molecular biophysics as a powerful approach for simulating the dynamics of complex biological structures ranging from single molecules to the cell. 

    The Kanazawa University NanoLSI Podcast offers updates of the latest news and research at the WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University. The Nano Life Science Institute (NanoLSI) at Kanazawa University was established in 2017 as part of the World Premier International (WPI) Research Center Initiative of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). 
    Researchers at the NanoLSI are combining their cutting-edge expertise in scanning probe microscopy to establish ‘nano-endoscopic techniques’ to directly image, analyze, and manipulate biomolecules for insights into mechanisms governing life phenomena such as diseases. 
    Further information 
    WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University website 
    https://nanolsi.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/en/

    • 22分
    Yuri Korchev: Innovative nanopipette nanoprobe-based scanning ion conductance microscopy for imaging of living cells. (London, UK/Recorded 5 February 2021).

    Yuri Korchev: Innovative nanopipette nanoprobe-based scanning ion conductance microscopy for imaging of living cells. (London, UK/Recorded 5 February 2021).

    Professor Yuri Korchev is an overseas PI of the Nanometrology group of the WPI NanoLSI and a professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London. Here, he describes his research on cutting-edge scanning ion conductance microscopy for the life sciences in particular the development of innovative non-invasive nanopipette nanoprobes for simultaneous acquisition of 3D topography and biochemical imaging of living cells. 
    The Kanazawa University NanoLSI Podcast offers updates of the latest news and research at the WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University. The Nano Life Science Institute (NanoLSI) at Kanazawa University was established in 2017 as part of the World Premier International (WPI) Research Center Initiative of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). 
    Researchers at the NanoLSI are combining their cutting-edge expertise in scanning probe microscopy to establish ‘nano-endoscopic techniques’ to directly image, analyze, and manipulate biomolecules for insights into mechanisms governing life phenomena such as diseases. 
    Further information 
    WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University website 
    https://nanolsi.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/en/

    • 18分
    Adam Foster: Computational physics for modelling complex scanning probe images (Espoo, Finland/Recorded 3 February 2021).

    Adam Foster: Computational physics for modelling complex scanning probe images (Espoo, Finland/Recorded 3 February 2021).

    Professor Adam Foster is an overseas PI at the WPI Nano Life Science Institute (WPI-NanoLSI) and leader of the Surface and Interfaces at the Nanoscale at Aalto University in Finland. 

    Here, he describes his research on computational physics for modelling complex scanning probe images and the development of sophisticated machine learning software for running semi-autonomous SPM systems. 
     
    The Kanazawa University NanoLSI Podcast offers updates of the latest news and research at the WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University. The Nano Life Science Institute (NanoLSI) at Kanazawa University was established in 2017 as part of the World Premier International (WPI) Research Center Initiative of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). 
    Researchers at the NanoLSI are combining their cutting-edge expertise in scanning probe microscopy to establish ‘nano-endoscopic techniques’ to directly image, analyze, and manipulate biomolecules for insights into mechanisms governing life phenomena such as diseases. 
    Further information 
    WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University website 
    https://nanolsi.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/en/

    • 19分
    Mark MacLachlan: Biocompatible atomic force microscope tips for chemically probing living cells (Vancouver/Recorded on 3 February 2021)

    Mark MacLachlan: Biocompatible atomic force microscope tips for chemically probing living cells (Vancouver/Recorded on 3 February 2021)

    Professor Mark MacLachlan is an overseas-based principal investigator at the NanoLSI WPI Kanazawa University and faculty at the University of British Columbia. Here, he describes his research on the development of AFM tips functionalized with innovative cellulose nanocrystals for ultra-low invasive insights into the chemical composition of living cells. 

    The Kanazawa University NanoLSI Podcast offers updates of the latest news and research at the WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University. 
    The Nano Life Science Institute (NanoLSI) at Kanazawa University was established in 2017 as part of the World Premier International (WPI) Research Center Initiative of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). 
    Researchers at the NanoLSI are combining their cutting-edge expertise in scanning probe microscopy to establish ‘nano-endoscopic techniques’ to directly image, analyze, and manipulate biomolecules for insights into mechanisms governing life phenomena such as diseases.
    Further information
    WPI-NanoLSI Kanazawa University website  
    https://nanolsi.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/en/

    • 17分

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