NEWS

06/09/15
Congratulations, Nobu Morone!! Nobufs work, the result of his nine-year continuous effort, has been published in The Journal of Cell Biology (174, 851-862, 2006). detail

06/09/15
The newspaper, Asahi shinbun, featured our research (September 7, 2006).@pdf (in Japanese)

06/08/24
Prof. Dr. Yossi Klafter (Heinemann Chair of Physical Chemistry, Tel Aviv University) let know us a painting by Phillip Guston. Detail

06/08/01
One of our secretaries, Takako Kitagawa, is publishing a book, entitled "Kyoto Guide by a Daughter of a Traditional Sake Winery in Fushimi-Kyoto", on August 9, 2006 Detail

06/05/23
Prof. Philippe Devaux from University of Paris 7 and Prof. Shun-ichi Ohnishi from Kyoto University (retired) got together for the seminar by Philippe at the Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University (Sponsored by us). Photo

06/05/02
Dr. Philippe Devaux (Professor, University of Paris 7 and Institut de biologie physico-chimique Paris) is visiting us between May 2 and 26 for collaborative research.

06/02/21
Biophotonics (April, 2005) featured Ikuko Koyama-Honda's research on colocalizing single molecules with two different colors in living cells. Sorry for the delay of this announcement due to our move from Nagoya to Kyoto, which took place between January 2005 and April 2006 (a very long process, which has happily ended just today!).--- PDF

06/02/13
The newspaper, Kyoto Journal, featured our research (December 15, 2005), welcoming our move to Kyoto University (in Japanese). Sorry for the delay of this announcement due to our move from Nagoya to Kyoto, which took place between January 2005 and April 2006 (a very long process, which has happily ended just today!).--- PDF

06/01/06
Biophotonics (August, 2004) featured Hideji Murakoshi's research on single-molecule detection of Ras activation in living cells. Sorry for the delay of this announcement due to our move from Nagoya to Kyoto, which took place between January 2005 and April 2006 (a very long process, which has happily ended just today!).--- 9MB PDF

05/12/07
The positions for post-doctoral researchers and graduate students are open!!

05/08/25
Congratulations, Hideji Murakoshi!! PNAS notified us that Hideji's PNAS paper iH. Murakoshi et al. Single-molecule imaging analysis of Ras activation in living cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S. A. 101, 7317-7322 (2004).j was among the top 100 papers that were most often downloaded fron the PNAS site. PNAS gave him a USB data stick.

05/02/23
Nature featured our research in their February 17 issue in 2005.--- PDF

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