• Diradicals Identified for the First Time in Sugars Interconversion

    Maintaining a homeostatic blood-sugar level in body is important, because the imbanlaced blood-sugar level is unhealthy. The homeostasis, however, is dependent on the gross metabolism of sugars in our body. Scientists are therefore keen to sort out how the sce-nario is precisely implemented at both the microscorpic and macroscopric levels. Read More
  • Naa10p Depletion Burns Fat

    A team led by Dr. Li-Jung Juan of Genomics Research Center, Academia Sinica, reported an unexpected function for Naa10p, which is primarily known to acetylate nascent peptides from ribosomes, in repressing energy expenditure, thermogenesis and beige adipocyte differentiation. These results, published online in the journal Molecular Cell on Aug 12, also suggest inhibiting Naa10p enzymatic activity can be a promising strategy in treating obesity. Read More
  • Exosome Proved a Rebel in Dengue Invasion

    As the heat rises in the summer, so does the threat of Dengue fever outbreak. Despite of intensive re-search, there is no effective pharmaceutical treatments for Dengue fever. Personal protection measure to avoid mosquito bites and environmental management to prevent mosquito breeding remain the only avail-able strategies to prevent transmission. In the latest Nature Communications, Dr. Edmond Hsieh’s re-search team ... Read More
  • 14th Asia Epigenome Meeting (AEM) / 3rd Taipei Epigenetics and Chromatin Meeting (TECM)/Abcam Epigenetics Conference

    Time: October 16-18, 2019. Venue: International Conference Hall, Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Academics Sinica. Organizer: Academia Sinica, Abcam. Website and online registration: https://pse.is/GLMHV. Poster Deadline: Aug 31, 2019 & Registration Deadline: Sep 13, 2019. Contact: Mr. Ming-Lun Kang, +886-2-2789-8775, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Read More
  • Glycans Promising To Fix Damaged Spinal Axons

    An accident caused the spinal injury, and a person was sentenced to life time on wheels - such traumatic stories are not new, and all those paralyzed are still waiting for new medical breakthroughs. That is why one of the toughest remaining mysteries in life science that make scientists pondering upon eagerly is Neuro-regeneration... Read More
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HONORS & APPOINTMENTS

  • 2018-2019 Taiwan Rotary Charity Award: An interview with Dr. Tien-Hsien Chang
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  • The First Prize, National Senior High School Science Fair. Congratulations to Chen-Wei Su and Jou-Wei Ho from Taipei First Girl
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Tien-Hsien Chang for receiving the Y.Z. HSU SCIENCE AWARD
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Chun-Mei Hu for receiving the Juei-Low Sung foundation Distinguished Thesis Award
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  • Sugar intake in foods / Dr. Wen-Bin Yang
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  • CRISPR: God’s Scissors / Dr. Yu-Chi Chou
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  • Hierachical and Programmable One-Pot Method Brings Oligosaccharide Synthesis to a Whole New Level
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  • Making the right tools for tough jobs – how to build a scientific instrument / Dr. Yi-Sheng Wang
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  • Glycans Promising To Fix Damaged Spinal Axons
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  • Circulating Cancer Detection Tool Validated Clustering Key to Metastasis of Head & Neck Cancers
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