Development of nanoscale acoustic tweezers
In this PhD project awareded by the Swiss Nanoscience Institute, Uni. Basel, we explore ultrasound mechano-biology and mechano-genomics by developing nanoscale acsoutic tweezers (ATZs) for non-invasive intracellular manipulation in collaboration with Prof. Rodelick Lim, Biozentrum, Uni. Basel.
Development of Ultrasonic Acoustic Levitation Diffractometer
Ultrasonic acoustic levitation diffractometer (ALD) is a novel tool for protein crystallography experiments combining the acoustic levitation, fast-frame-rate X-ray image detector, and high-brightness X-ray source. We aim at realizing a high-speed, high-sample-efficiency, high-throughput crystallography tool at room temperature. The ALD is being developed at the protein crystallography beamline PX1 at XSA06, Swiss Light Source.
See also Ultrasonic acoustic levitation for fast frame rate X-ray protein crystallography at room temperature and highlight.
Other projects by S. Tsujino: