The lecture for public to be held on November 24, 2013. (Advance notice)

The AKIRA Project will hold a lecture for public, regarding the world-leading research on dynamism of immune cells using two-photon live imaging, by Prof. Masaru Ishii, Sub-project leader of the AKIRA Project and Assist. Prof. Joji Fujisaki from Columbia University.

In the lecture, the speakers will talk about the movement and function of cells, such as immune cells, in easily understandable ways, showing time-lapse images of these cells onto a planetarium dome.

Let's enjoy the long autumn evening, appreciating live imaging of cells, glittering like stars in the sky on the domed ceiling.

We look forward to your participation in the event.

Pre-registration is required to participate in this event. The website for the participation registration will be launched shortly. The deadline for the participation registration is scheduled by Tuesday, November 5, 2013.


Date & Time

Sunday, November 24, 2013
 The first section (For elementary school pupils and their parents) 17:30~18:15
 (The reception starts at 17:00.)
 The second section (For junior high school students and above) 18:30~19:30
 (The reception starts at 18:15.)


Sakai Kyoiku Bunka Center (The education and cultural center of Sakai) "Sophia Sakai" 2F , Planetarium
  800 meters northwest of "Fukai" station of Semboku Rapid Railway (about 12-minute walk)
 (1426 Shimizu-cho Fukai Naka-ku, Sakai, Osaka, 599-8273


Prof. Masaru Ishii
 (Professor, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences/Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University)


Assist. Prof. Joji Fujisaki
( Assistant Professor, Columbia University)

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