The year 2011 has been chosen to commemorate and celebrate "CHEMISTRY" by UNESCO and in this International Year of Chemistry, NCRM is proud to conduct an IYC 2011 official event as a part of NCRM NICHE 2011. This event is supported by the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) jointly with UNESCO.
Basic Research in Chemistry has contributed to numerous applications and accomplishments in Life Sciences, especially Regenerative Medicine. In vitro expansion of cells, Stem cells and Progenitor Cells being an integral component of Regenerative Medicine, Nanomaterials and Nanopolymers chemically synthesized which are easily reproducible compared to biological scaffolds and culture media have a major advantage in creating environments or NICHE in the in vitro conditions for optimal stem cell culture and tissue engineering.
NCRM being a pioneer in Stem Cell in vitro expansion and Tissue Engineering using chemically synthesized nanomaterials, nanosheets, nano embeddedscaffolds andpolymers has invited Dr Kazutoshi Haraguchi, a collaborator to NCRM in their Hybrid cornea work as well as several other tissue engineering studies to deliver a lecture on the 15th October 2011 as a part of the NCRM NICHE to share with the audience, the marvels of CHE-MYSTERY and its contributions to medicine through the evolving field of regenerative medicine. Click here for details of participation
Dr Kazutoshi Haraguchi is an eminent Nano-biotechnologist. He is the Director of Kawamura Institute of Chemical Research, Chiba, Japan. Dr Haraguchi has developed numerous bio mimicking nanomaterials including scaffolds for skin - tissue engineering and corneal regeneration. Dr Haraguchi is the lead author of several peer reviewed publications in nano-biotechnology and has many patents to his credit.