Miyawaki received the 2021 Japan Academy Prize for enhancing bioimaging technology to better understand cellular signaling mechanisms.
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Atsushi Miyawaki was co-awarded the 25th Keio Medical Science Prize for developing bioimaging technology that allows researchers to observe the cell’s most intricate details.
Researchers have developed a ground-breaking new aqueous reagent which literally turns biological tissue transparent, producing 3D images at unprecedented depth and detail.
Researchers in Japan have engineered a synthetic bioluminescence system allowing them to observe live cells from outside the body.
A glowing protein from Japanese eel muscles can be used to test for jaundice in newborns.
Detailed 3D reconstruction enabled by a solution that makes tissue transparent gives scientists unprecedented insight into the brain.
A unique fluorescent protein extracted from corals can crystallize even inside the dynamic environment of the cell.
Researchers found a fluorescent protein in Japanese freshwater eel that could to used in a clinical test for liver function.
Researchers in Japan have developed a new technique that enabled them to visualize the distribution of retinoic acid in a live zebrafish embryo, in real-time.