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Found 10 announcements associated to the institution Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University.
 
RIKEN CSRS and Nagoya University’s WPI-ITbM sign joint research collaboration agreement
12-March-2015

Nagoya, Japan – The RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science (CSRS) and Nagoya University’s Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM) have announced that the research centers have entered a collaborative agreement to promote interdisciplinary research, particularly focusing on synthetic chemistry and plant biology.

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ITbM highlighted as a 'ChemSites' article in SYNFORM
20-November-2014

The Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules(WPI-ITbM)has been highlighted as a 'ChemSites' article in SYNFORM (2014/12).

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ITbM Center Director Kenichiro Itami wins the Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award of the American Chemical Society
20-August-2014

The ACS recognizes Kenichiro Itami with this award for the development of powerful and unique catalysts (in particular for C-H activation) that have significant impact in materials science, pharmaceutical science, and advanced biology.

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Prof. Cathleen Crudden has been awarded the 2014 CIC Fellowship
21-July-2014

Prof. Cathleen Crudden (PI of ITbM and Professor at Queen's University) has been awarded the 2014 CIC Fellowship of the Chemical Institute of Canada.

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Prof. Tetsuya Higashiyama awarded the 20th Yomiuri Techno Forum Gold Medal Prize
21-March-2014

The Yomiuri Techno Forum was founded in 2011, and have provided support for the development of science and technology in Japan. The organization selects three researchers annually who have shown outstanding achievements.

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