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第八期“殷宏章论坛”系列讲座(9月29日,Zoom平台)

日期:2022-09-23  访问次数:210

中科院分子植物科学卓越创新中心第八期“殷宏章论坛”(“Hung-Chang Yin Forum -”)系列讲座将于北京时间2022929日(周四)下午4邀请英国利物浦大学刘鲁宁教授通过Zoom平台在线进行。报告题目为Organelles in Prokaryotes: from understanding towards bioengineering at the global scale该系列讲座对全球科研工作者免费开放。

讲座时间

2022929日 16:00 (北京时间)

Sep 29, 2022  9:00 (BST)

参加方式

Zoom会议在线讲座,免费参加。

会议ID976 5657 9949

密码:985593

会议链接:

https://zoom.us/j/97656579949?pwd=Q3Fyam1kc0hUaWRFUzBIM3pjTm5qUT09

主持人:张鹏

讲座主题:Organelles in Prokaryotes: from understanding towards bioengineering at the global scale

主讲人刘鲁宁

Prof. Luning Liu received his PhD in Microbiology in 2008 from Shandong University. He carried out a joint PhD project at the Leiden University, Netherlands (2005-2008), and then he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Institute Curie, Paris (2008-2010), and a Marie Curie research fellow at Queen Mary University of London (2010-2012). He became a Principal Investigator at University of Liverpool in December 2012 and a Chair Professor in Microbial Bioenergetics and Bioengineering. He has been awarded a prestigeous Royal Society University Research Fellowship (10.2013-09.2021). His research focuses on the molecular basis of protein assembly and dynamics in biological membranes, light-harvesting, structure and physiological regulation of the photosynthetic machinery.

Biological organelles play essential roles in cellular reactions, such as photosynthesis, carbon fixation, nitration assimilation and human diseases, and thus have significant impact on global primary production and carbon cycle. There is increasing evidence that organelles are also widely present in the bacterial kingdom. In this seminar, Prof. Luning Liu will introduce recent research progress on the molecular mechanisms that govern the structures, self-assembly, and biogenesis of protein organelles and photosynthetic apparatus in photoautotrophic bacteria. They also harness the knowledge learnt in nature to synthetically engineer and reprogramme organelle modules to enhance cellular metabolism, bioenergy production, and crop production.