Assistant Professor Mitsuo Shoji received the Poster Awards at the 2nd report meeting of the “3D active-site science” project. The project is a JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, and developing new methodologies to clarify the precise atomic structures of catalytic active-sites.
Shoji belongs to the faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences in CCS. He presented a poster for the catalytic reaction mechanisms of photosystem. The Poster Awards, named Daimon Awards, were given to three young researchers among 63 presenters.