From 11 to 15 November 2019, four students (Ms. Ziyan ZOU (M2), Mr. Katsuyuki MIYOSHI (M1), Mr. Yoshiki OHGI (M1), and Ms. Emi SATO (B4)) participated in Asian Environmental Resilience Research Initiative 2019 (AERRI2019) program organized by Asian Environmental Resilience Research Center (AERRC), Graduate School of Fisheries and Environmental Sciences, Nagasaki University, Japan and the program was partially supported by JST’s Sakura Science Plan 2019. During AERRI2019, they gave presentations about their research topics by poster in the Mini-symposium on Asian Environmental Resilience Research 2019 held on 12 November 2019 at Faculty of Environmental Science, Nagasaki University, Japan. In AERRI2019, international students from Mahidol University (Thailand) and National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Taiwan) also joined the program and studied together with Nagasaki University’s students. It was a great opportunity to make new network with young Asian researchers.
- P20, Ziyan ZOU: Production of γ-aminobutyric acid from waste biomass as carbon and nitrogen sources using Halomonas cell factory. MSAERR2019, Nagasaki, Japan. 12 November, 2019.
- P28, Katsuyuki MIYOSHI: Characteristics of compatible solute production of the moderate halophile Halomonas elongata in minimal media with different ratio of carbon and nitrogen contents. MSAERR2019, Nagasaki, Japan. 12 November, 2019.
- P30, Yoshiki OHGI: Characterization of physiological response of halophyte Salicornia europaea to an essential trace element manganese in rhizosphere. MSAERR2019, Nagasaki, Japan. 12 November, 2019.
- P40, Emi SATO: Growth characteristics and amino acids production using hydrolysates of salty biomass wastes in halophilic and halotolerant microorganisms. MSAERR2019, Nagasaki, Japan. 12 November, 2019.
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