OKPT is attending 「BioCom Global Life Science Partnering Conference」in
San Diego over two days, March 1st - 2nd, 2017. We are avaialble for business
talks and meetings!
Date：March 01～02, 2017
Venue：The Lodge at Torrey Pines, La Jolla, CA
Tomorrow we are attending Kansai Business matching in Osaka.
Where to find us:
Date： February 23, 2017
Place： Crystal hall ・Senju-no Ma of Senri Hankyu Hotel
Address： 2-1-D-1 Shinsenri Higashimachi, Toyonaka City,Osaka 560-0082, Japan
Next week you can meet us in San Diego. OKPT is attending the 16th Annual
PepTalk - the Protein Science Week.
Date: January 9th - 13th
Venue: Hilton San Diego Bayfront
During New Years Holidays our office hours will be as below：
Dec. 29th. 9:00 - 17:30
Dec. 30th. Holiday
Dec. 31st. Holiday
Jan. 1st. Holiday
Jan. 2nd. Holiday
Jan. 3rd. Holiday
Jan. 4th. 9:00 -17:30
During holidays you can reach us via info (at) okinawa-pt.com.
The new Case Study is now available!
For details and a copy please contact us at info (at) okinawa-pt.com
OKPT is preparing for another Bio event. We will be available in Europe,
from November 7 to 9.
Date：November 7th - 9th, 2016
Place：KoelnMesse（Messepl. 1, 50679 Köln, Germany)
Congress North, Cologne, Germany
OKPT will attend 「BIO JAPAN 2016」in Yokohama next week.
Place：Pacifico Yokohama, JapanWeb:
An article in Ryukyu Shimpo highlighted OKPT receiving 45 m grant. Read more
President Kamei attended a press conference in Naha, and explained the
OKPT's new project, COMET 2-D. Read more
2016.06.29 We have moved!
Here is our new address:
Okinawa Protein Tomography Ltd.
OIST Campus, Lab 3
1919-1 Tancha, Onna Village, Okinawa 904-0495
2016.06.06-09 Bio International Convention in San Francisco, California
Who we are?
We are the first startup from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
Graduate University (OIST) established on June 25, 2014. The company has
grown from advanced structural imaging technology developed by Professor
Ulf Skoglund of the OIST Structural Cellular Biology Unit.
What we do?
We provide service of macromolecular imaging that includes proteins in
various states at the single molecule level by combining conventional electron
tomography and a specifically designed 3D reconstruction program known
as COMET. The current resolution of a 3D image produced by this technique
is approximately 1.5 nanometers and the resolution is steadily improving.