Our graphical abstract for“Role of interfacial water in determining the interactions of proteins and cells with hydrated materials” M. Tanaka, S. Morita, and T. Hayashi, Colloids Surf B Biointerfaces, 198 (2021) 111449. is now the cover figure of the issue.
TH give an invited talk in The 4th Aquaphotomics International Conference. “Water at biointerfaces: what makes surfaces bioinert?” T. HayashiThe 4th Aquaphotomics International Conference2021, 21th Mar, Online.
Under the state of emergency, we had a great alumni party on Zoom. There were a lot of updates, including job, marriage, babies, etc. In next year, we have this 19th Mar 2022 13:00PM (JST).
A review on analyses of water at interfaces has been accepted for the Vol. 50 Commemorative Highlight Reviews of Chemistry Letters (A happy birthday to 50 year’s old!) Water at interfaces: its behavior and roles in interfacial phenomena. Hayashi, T. Chemistry Letters 2021.
Chemical force spectroscopic mapping of nanoparticle-embedded polyester fiber by atomic force microscopy. T. Nakamura, E. A. Q. Mondarte, H. Tahara, R. Chang,T. Hayashi. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals 2021. Paper by President Taichi Nakamura from VENEX!
Evaluation of Polyacrylonitrile Nonwoven Mats and Silver–Gold Bimetallic Nanoparticle–Decorated Nonwoven Mats for Potential Promotion of Wound Healing In Vitro and In Vivo and Bone Growth In Vitro. Bai, M.-Y.; Ku, F.-Y.; Shyu, J.-F.; Hayashi, T.; Chia-Chun; Xuebao, W. H.,Polymers 2021. Collaboration with Prof. Bai@Nationnal Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Visualization of molecular binding sites at the nanoscale in the lift-up mode by amplitude-modulation atomic force microscopy. T. Maekawa, T. Nyu, E. A. Q. Mondarte, H. Tahara, K. Suthiwanich,T. Hayashi. Nanoscale 2021.
https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1cDVv3IyxDx8LN Our review articles can be freely downloaded from here until 29th Jan 2021. Role of Interfacial Water in Determining the Interaction of Proteins and Cells with Hydrated Materials. M. Tanaka, S. Morita,T. Hayashi. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2020.
We finished the following presentations@MRS-J 2020. E. A. Q. Mondarte, E. M. M. Zamarripa, R. Chang,T. Hayashi. Probing the macromolecular crowding condition at the interfacial level using colloidal probe atomic force microscopy. T. Hayashi. Data-driven prediction of protein adsorption on self-assembled monolayers:toward material screening and design. In 第30回MRS-J年次大会: online 2020.8th Dec