• Prof. Chi-Huey Wong ‒ First Glycoscientist Receives 2021 Welch Award in Chemistry

    The Welch Foundation, one of the nation’s largest sources of private funding for basic chemical research, has announced that Professor Chi-Huey Wong is the 2021 recipient of the prestigious Robert A. Welch Award in Chemistry. Dr. Wong is an influential leader who has made numerous discoveries in the fields of synthetic chemistry and chemical biology that have benefited humankind. Read More
  • 2021 Future Tech Awards

    The winners of the " Future Tech Awards " have been announced with the enthusiastic participation of all technology leaders. With the support and call of the four ministries of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Academia Sinica, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Health and Welfare, all sectors of industry, academia, and research have actively participated in the investment. Three research teams from Genomics Research Center have been awarded 2021 Future Tech Awards. Bravo! Read More
  • Activation of Prp28 ATPase at the Heart of Spliceosome for Spliceosomal Remodeling

    Remarkably, the most accomplished players can solve a completely scrambled Rubik’s Cube in less than twelve seconds. Few people, however, know that there is an equally complex Rubik’s Cube-like molecular machine in the cell. This machine is called “Spliceosome”, which must be sequentially remodeled or tweaked, just like the Rubik’s Cube... Read More
  • Anti-Siglec-3 mAb as immune checkpoint inhibitor to combat Hepatitis B infection

    Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is a worldwide health problem. According to WHO’s report, there are over 257 million peoples globally infected by hepatitis B virus. HBV infection is prevalent in China, Tai-wan, and Southeast Asia countries. Approximately 887,000 individuals die each year from HBV-related liver diseases or liver cancer. The team led by Dr. Shie-Liang Hsieh in... Read More
  • Monoglycosylated spike vaccine is highly effective against COVID-19 variants

    Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has resulted in more than 170 million confirmed cases and over 3.5 million deaths so far. Although there are COVID-19 vaccines available, viruses constantly change through mutations. Key questions remain about how quickly the variants can spread, their potential to evade immunity and how effective the vaccines... Read More
  • One Amino Acid Change Twice Immune Effect in CLEC18A to H5N1

    LEC18A is a member of C-type lectin family which is known to have influence over innate and adaptive antimicrobial immune responses, and its unknown biological mechanisms is to be unveiled. In the journal Communications Biology, Professor Shi-Liang Hsieh’s team published an article and gave the insight of how CLEC18A ... Read More
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