RIKEN Symposium

The Present and the Future of Synthetic Biology

Date/Time:
Thursday, December 3, 2015 10:00~17:00
Place:
RIKEN KOBE, Center for Developmental Biology (CDB)
Building C, 1F Auditorium and Lounge
Organizer:
Hiroki Ueda (RIKEN QBiC) and Shigeyuki Yokoyama (RIKEN SBL)

Program

10:00–11:00
Floyd E. Romesberg (The Scripps Research Institute, USA)
『A semi-synthetic organism with an expanded genetic alphabet』
11:00–11:30
Ichiro Hirao (Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore)
『Creation of unnatural bases pairs and their application to DNA aptamers』
11:30–12:00
Kensaku Sakamoto (RIKEN CLST)
『In vivo engineering of the genetic code for synthetic biology』
12:00–13:00
*** Lunch ***
13:00–13:30
Hiroki Ueda (RIKEN QBiC)
『Whole-body and whole-organ imaging with single-cell resolution:
  Towards organism-level systems biology in mammals』
13:30–14:00
Yoshihiro Shimizu (RIKEN QBiC)
『Application of the reconstituted cell-free protein synthesis system for synthetic biological studies』
14:00–14:30
Yo Tanaka, Nobuyuki Tanaka (RIKEN QBiC)
『Functional devices for micro-configuration of tissue and cellular behaviors』
14:30–15:00
Kenta Sumiyama (RIKEN QBiC)
『Genome editing technologies for gene knockout phenotyping on founder mice』
15:00–15:30
*** Coffee break ***
15:30–16:00
Minoru Yoshida (RIKEN CGL)
『A novel functional role of histone deacetylases in protein acylation and metabolisms』
16:00–16:30
Yoshihiro Ito (RIKEN NMEL)
『Molecular evolutionary engineering using non-canonical amino acids for applications』
16:30–17:00
Shigeyuki Yokoyama RIKEN SBL)
『Structural Biology and Synthetic Biology』

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