Oct. 12 (Thu.) ,2017 15:30-17:00

Annex Hall

Simultaneous Interpretation

【O-10】 Industrial creations by ecosystem control - new avenues opened by omics technologies -

The sciences on microbial ecosystem are important in various areas such as gut microbiology supporting health maintenance, rhizosphere science for crop production, bioprocess development for chemical industry, and environmental treatment. These are indispensable for constructing sustainable and sound material-cycle societies. New technology, omics technology, has been developed for controlling microbial ecosystem. In this seminar, as starting points of functional integration of microbial functions such as chemical products, enzymes, and metabolisms, the examples of microbial ecosystem control in health and chemical industries, environmental control and agriculture will be discussed.


Jun Ogawa

Professor, Div. Appl. Life Sci., Grad. Sch. Agric., Kyoto Univ.

Frontiers in health and chemical industries opened by ecosystem controlling technologies

Jun Ogawa

Professor, Div. Appl. Life Sci., Grad. Sch. Agric., Kyoto Univ.

Applications of omics technologies to biological wastewater treatment

Takayuki Azuma

Director, Associate Corporate Executive Officer, KRI

Biological solutions for Sustainable agriculture: BioAg at Novozymes

Jason Garbell

Senior Director, New Business and Alliance Management, Novozymes

Control of microbes using electricity

Kazuya Watanabe

Professor, School of Life Sciences, Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences

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