Hayamizu lab. has began in April 2012. Our research target is the control of the interface between biotechnology and nanotechnology. More specifically, we employ solid binding peptides or artificially-designed peptides which have a specific binding affinities to solid surfaces and an ability to form peptide nanostructures on atomically flat surfaces. These peptides self-assembles monolayer-thick nanostructures on surfaces of nano-materials, such as graphene with a thickness of one layer of atoms . New design of peptide sequences and selections of nanomaterials templating peptide self-assembly can create a complex Bio-Nano system which has two different features arise from the petides (self-assembly) and nanomaterials (unique electronic properties).

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2016/10/4

Our work was introduced in the UW Today.

 

2016/10/4
Linhao's paper was published.
L. Sun , T. Narimatsu , S. Tsuchiya , T. Tanaka , P.Li and Y. Hayamizu,
“Water stability of self-assembled peptide nanostructures for sequential formation of two-dimensional interstitial patterns on layered materials"
RSC Adv., 6, 96889-96897(2016)

 

2016/9/22
Our work with pwptides and nanosheets of graphene and MoS2 has been published.
Hayamizu, Y., So, C., Dag, S., Page, T. S., Starkebaum, D., &Sarikaya, M.
"Bioelectronic interfaces by spontaneously organized peptides on 2D atomic single layer materials."
Scientific Reports 6, Article number: 33778 (2016)

 

2016/9/13-16
Yuhei, Linhao, and Kazuki joined an annual conference of the Japan Applied Physics Society at Niigata, and gave a talk.

 

2016/8/14-19
Peiying and Yuhei joind the International Material Resarch Congress(IMRC)at Cancun, Mexico.

 

2016/8/11
Open Campus at Ookayama Campus. We had many high school students who have interests in our research.
 

 

8.6.2016    Lab Trip. We went to Kusatsu-Onsen (Hot Spring!) to have a lab seminar. Sakuma-kun got a first prize for his nice presentation.

 

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