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 Date : 2023/07/17 No:314 

Recent News

New Books
Period: 2023-07-17 ~ 2023-07-24
The 2022 Journal Citation Reports

Key highlights from the 2022 data include:
*More than 21,500 high-quality journals from 254 research categories and 112 countries are identified and receive a JIF. This includes:
13,668 science journals
7,123 social science journals
3,248 arts & humanities journals
*More than 5,600 journals publish all their content as open access
*9,136 journals receive a Journal Impact Factor for the first time
Henry Stewart Talks July recently added.

Significant Research Achievements of poster show Dr. Shang-Te Danny Hsu

Date: 7/17/2023-8/17/2023
Place: Life Science Library, Academia Sinica (Eco Pavilion)

Training Courses

IPA advanced training course (In English)(Physical and Video Class)
Zoe Huang(Molecular Sciences and Digital Innovation Center (MSDIC), GGA Corp)
209 Seminar Room, IBC

Video Service

Welcome to browse the video service of LSL courses

Turnitin training course for instructor (In English)
HiFi Advanced Workshop A(In Chinese)
Writing English CVs, Cover Letters, and Interview Strategies(In Chinese)


7/18 IMB Seminar

Topic:What have we learned from Single-Cell Multi-Omics Analysis for Precision Immunology?
Speaker:Dr. Jian-Da Lin (National Taiwan University)
Date:2023-07-18 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:1F Auditorium, Institute of Molecular Biology
7/19 ICOB Seminar

Topic:Circuit Topology and the Hierarchy of needs
Speaker:Dr. Jing Wang (Professor and Chair, Department of Neurobiology, School of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego, US)
Date:2023-07-19 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:1F, Auditorium, Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology
7/20 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Rejuvenation: Turning Back Time by Enhancing CISD2 Pro-longevity Gene
Speaker:Dr. Ting-Fen Tsai (Nat'l Yang Ming Chiao Tung Univ.)
Date:2023-07-20 16:00 ~ 17:00
Place:B1C Auditorium, IBMS
7/20 BioTReC Seminar

Topic:How to turn an exciting idea into valuable drugs meeting medical needs?
Speaker:Dr. Joachim (Josh) Scholpp
Date:2023-07-20 14:00 - 16:00
7/24 GRC Seminar

Topic:Synthetic studies of glycans for immunotherapies
Speaker:Dr. Koichi FUKASE
Date:2023-07-24 15:30 - 17:00
Place:1F Auditorium, Genomics Research Center
Topic:How Can We Proceed Translational Research? A Case of Bio-active Peptide Expanding Hematopoietic Stem Cells
Speaker:Daisuke Sugiyama, MD, PhD Professor, Translational Research Center, Hiroshima University
Date:2023-07-25 14:00 - 16:00
Place:C212 Lecture Room,2F, Bldg. C, National Biotechnology Research Park
7/27 IMB Seminar

Topic:Formation and revival of bacterial endospores
Speaker:Dr. Ilka Bischofs-Pfeifer
Date:2023-07-27 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:IMB B1 Auditorium
7/28 IMB Seminar

Topic:Slowed or suspended lives of cells: case study with yeast
Speaker:Dr. Hyun Youk
Date:2023-07-28 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:IMB B1 Auditorium
8/3 7/19 ICOB Seminar

Topic:Highly multiplexed spatial transcriptomics at subcellular resolution using MERFISH chemistry
Speaker:Paul Rasmussen (Regional Vice President)
Date:2023-08-03 14:00 ~ 15:00
Place:1F, Auditorium, Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology

Important Research

A unique suite of genes orchestrates cytosolic pH homeostasis

Maintaining cytosolic pH within a narrow, slightly alkaline set value is critical to cell viability.
Academia Sinica Team Discovers a New Method to Increase Carbon Fixation for Improving Carbon Balance

Human use of fossil fuels results in ~36 billion tons of carbon dioxide being released annually, severely impacting the carbon balance on earth.
Plant pH sensors-a sine qua non of phenotypic plasticity

Receiving information on external pH is critical to steer adaptive responses to a plethora of signals associated with the proton concentration in the rhizosphere. Surprisingly, plant pH sensing did not appear to be a popular concept during the past decades and a ‘pH detector’ as a stand-alone system with the sole duty of monitoring the external proton concentration was considered inessential. Recently, however, it was shown that such a system is in fact employed by Arabidopsis roots, a system that monitors external pH and, subsequently, calibrates the intricate tradeoff between growth and defense.
Rice transformation treatments leave specific epigenome changes beyond tissue culture
During transgenic plant production, tissue culture often carries epigenetic and genetic changes that underlie somaclonal variations, leading to unpredictable phenotypes. Additionally, specific treatments for rice (Oryza sativa) transformation processes may individually or jointly contribute to somaclonal variations, but their specific impacts on rice epigenomes towards transcriptional variations remain unknown.
Glutamine is not just an amino acid for protein synthesis.

Glutamine Metabolism, Sensing, and Signaling in Plants
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