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Prof. Yoshio Umezawa (Seeing What Was Unseen)

Prof. Yoshio Umezawa (Seeing What Was Unseen)

Yoshio Umezawa, Prof. / the Final Lecture Researches Brief 1) the optical probe to visualize and detect signaling processes in a single living cell 2) development of discrimination methods of functional groups or chemical species based on intermolecular electron tunneling effect 3) chemical sensor and ion or molecular recognition at membrane interfacethe Professor's Brief Profile born on June 5th, 1944 1967 graduated Dept. of Chemistry, School of Science, the Univ. of Tokyo 1967 enrolled in master's course of Dept. of Chemistry, School of Science, The Univ. of Tokyo 1972 completed his Ph.D. in science at the Univ. of Tokyo 1973 research assistant at School of Science, the Univ. of Tokyo 1974 postdoctoral fellow at the University of Cincinnati 1975 postdoctoral fellow at the Univ. of North... Show More
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