Assis. Prof. Takeda got the Royal Society of Chemistry Award at 29th annual meeting of Symposium on Environmental Chemistry
Assistant professor Dr. Kazuki Takeda gave an oral presentation at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Environmental Chemistry, which was held in a hybrid format with the Senri Life Science Center in Toyonaka City, Osaka Prefecture, and online from June 1st to June 3rd, 2021, and received the RSC Award (Royal Society of Chemistry Award), which is given to young researchers under the age of 35 who give outstanding presentations. He received the RSC Award (Royal Society of Chemistry Award), which is given to young researchers under the age of 35 for their outstanding presentations.
He was awarded the RSC Prize in Environmental Science: Nano category. The title of the award is "Establishment of a method for evaluating rodenticide susceptibility based on vitamin K epoxide reductase gene polymorphism using molecular dynamics simulation and machine learning," based on the results of research conducted with sixth-year undergraduate students Kanami Watanabe and Ryo Sato in the Laboratory of Toxicology.
July 20, Kitasato University's School of Veterinary Medicine featured this case in a press release on their website!