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＜About the presentation＞
●Speaker：Paul Kimani（Gifu University, Graduate school of Engineering）
●Title： Smarter Experimentation using Design of Experiments: Optimizing and Modeling Bisphenol-A Adsorption onto Villi-Structured Polyaniline
There is growing concern about new pollutants from pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) contaminating our water sources. These can be removed by adsorbing them onto an adsorbent material. Here, we are interested in adsorbing the pollutant Bisphenol-A onto the adsorbent material villi-structured polyaniline. We use design of experiments (DOE) to model the adsorption of bisphenol-A onto villi-structured polyaniline and find the optimal conditions for effective adsorption.
●Speaker：Hikari Okita（School of Biomolecular Engineering）
●Title：Binding method between artificial DNAs
DNA is significant biopolymer, and the strand consists of many molecules called as DNA monomer. There are also “artificial DNA” made by changing DNA scaffold to gain beneficial function. However, making artificial DNA strand is difficult because we cannot use conventional method of binding DNA monomers. I developed new binding method to apply artificial DNA to research of nucleic acid medicine in the future.