Other “intro” of papers from our lab >> /tag/paper/ Immobilisation of enzyme into synthetic resin nanofibres via electrospinning. 電界紡糸法（エレクトロスピニング）による酵素の樹脂（繊維）中への固定化 Biotechnology Reports, 10, 2016, 44–48 OPEN ACCESS >> dx.doi.org/ Resin樹脂: Polyvinyl alcohol. 親水性が強い。 Enzyme酵素: cyclodextrin glucanotransferase。グルコースのオリゴ糖が環状となった構造で、食品、医薬に使用。 Highlights: * PVA nanofibers structure and size were not affected by the addition of enzyme. PVAナノファイバー構造とサイズは酵素の添加に影響されなかった。 * Enzyme/PVA nanofibers show excellent immobilisation efficiency. 酵素/PVAナノファイバーは優れた「固定化」効率を示す。 OTHER ARTICLES: S Saallah, et al. Journal of Fiber … Continue reading PAPER: “Re-use” enzyme in ~200 nm polymer fiber: 高分子ファイバー中に再利用可の酵素
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Removal of iron-oxide particles after post-filtration in local potable water using an electrophoretic method
Collaborated with: Univ. Putra Malaysia; Univ. Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Journal of Water Process Engineering: Vol. 9, Feb. 2016, Pages 208–214. doi:
OPE 11 Nov. 2015. BEST PAPER AWARD, 2nd International Conference on Purity, Utility Reaction and Environmental Research (PURE 2015), Kuala Lumpur. “Development of a battery-driven passive sampling system for electrostatically trapping atmospheric particles” (M. P. Khairunnisa, F. Faizal, H. Fukushima, M. Gen, P. Widiatmoko, I. W. Lenggoro*) … （乾電池を用いた高電圧変換器を駆使し、携帯性に優れた、大気中微粒子捕集器の開発）：各地のPM2.5またはPM1.0の解析に役にたつ Full paper : Journal of Purity, Utility Reaction and Environment, 5(2), 43-50 (2016.Apr) Open Access: The … Continue reading BEST PAPER AWARD at International Conference (PURE 2015, Malaysia)最優秀論文賞
AIMS: Raising the interest of Asian youths toward the leading Japanese science and technologies at Japanese universities. (Support from intellectuals)
Functional Materials and Chemical Engineering Tour in Tokyo-Tama Area
12 Nov. Arrival in Tokyo
13 Nov: Lecture by professors (guest) from TUAT, and TUAT Science Museum (afternoon)
14 Nov: Visit four labs (Lenggoro, Akai, Tominaga, Inasawa, at BASE)
15 Nov.: TUAT Festival (Fuchu campus)
16 Nov: Rigaku Corp., and JEOL Ltd.
17 Nov: JASCO Corp., and Bridgestone Corp.
18 Nov: Museums in Tokyo: Edo-Tokyo Museum, and National Museum of Emerging Science & Innovation),
and “Dinner” with TUAT students.
19 Nov. 2015 (Departure from Tokyo)
NUMBER OF FELLOWS: 10 (Highest priority: Master-course students)
Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Faculty of Applied Sciences
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM, Faculty of Engineering
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology
Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Dept. of Chemical Engineering
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Dept. of Chemical Engineering
– Students (mainly at master course, or in some cases a post-doc (under 40 years of age) who have never stayed in Japan, as a basic principle.
SPONSOR: Japan Science and Technology Agency.
WILL BE FULLY SUPPORTED:
– Accommodation fee
– An economy-class air ticket to and from Japan (round trip)
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* Physical treatment on the biocomposite increases the surface roughness.
* Single bond COOH network on the treated biocomposite promotes the particle deposition.
* The network reduces the particles repulsion during the deposition process.
# Bio-composite（バイオコンポジット）is a composite material formed by a matrix (resin) and a reinforcement of natural fibers.生物由来素材を組み合わせて作った素材
A nanostructure derived from TiO2 particle deposition onto a biocomposite surface derived from coir dust (ココナッツ廃棄物) was developed to control degradation. The coir dust was obtained from coconut kernel waste (ココナツ殻の廃棄物) and underwent drying treatment before it was mixed with polypropylene (PP) as the substrate. The TiO2 suspension was spray dried onto a hot-pressed substrate (biocomposite) with a surface roughness between 0.23 and 1.57 μm.
Advanced Powder Technology (詳細・・・) Continue reading “PAPER: Fine particles on bio-composite surface. ココナツ殻由来素材の表面に微粒子を集積”
In September 2014: A farewell dinner, for two students who had finished doctoral course, and returned to the home-universities in Indonesia, as an academic staff: DR. KUSDIANTO: Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Chemical Engineering. and DR. PRAMUJO WIDIATMOKO: Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Chemical Engineering. || Doctoral Thesis from our group. || Former members || From October, SURYANI SAALLAH, joined us as a doctoral student. She … Continue reading Doctoral students: “Old/New” (Oct. 2014)博士修了者と新入生
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enzmictec.2014.06.002 Transformation of an enzyme: from aqueous suspension to fine solid particles via electrospraying route 静電噴霧法による糖転移酵素の微粒化 by* Dept. of Process and Food Engineering, Univ. Putra Malaysia; * Biotechnology Research Institute, Univ. Malaysia Sabah; * Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Univ. Teknologi MARA; * Grad. School of Bio-Applications and Systems Engineering, Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology JOURNAL: Enzyme and Microbial Technology HIGHLIGHTS: •Nanometer-sized CGTase enzyme particles. … Continue reading PAPER: Formation of nanometer sized enzyme. 酵素のナノ粒子化
Two research fellows from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM Process and Food Engineering Department), are joining us for two months in May and June 2014. Ms. Boon Yih Tien (Doctoral student of UPM, working with Dr. Nazli Naim) “Bioactive Compound Extraction from Agarwood Oil Using Electro-Assisted Technology” Ms. Suryani Saallah (Master graduated, UPM) will join our group in October as a doctoral student. She is also … Continue reading 2 Visiting Fellows from UPM Process & Food Engineering Dept.マレーシアから訪問研究者
On 10 March 2014, our Lab welcomed 20 bachelor students from Malaysia (UTM, MJIIT, UPM) and Indonesia (ITB, IPB, UGM) with “AIMS Short Stay Program 2014 (ASSP2014): Sponsored by TUAT/Supported by TMU, for a Lab Tour. Prof. Lenggoro is a member of AIMS Steering Committee Member. >>> More info. on AIMS. Continue reading Welcomed 20 bachelor (AIMS program) ASEAN students. Mar. 10