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Pat's multidisciplinary projects 2015

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Pat's multidisciplinary projects 2015

  1. 1. PROJECTS MULTIDISPLINARY PAT PATARANUTPORN ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Datascience Fine arts Cultural preservation Architecture Futuristictechnology Interactive M edia Creative Bioinformatics Biodesign
  2. 2. Data science Fine arts Cultural preservation Architecture Futuristic technology Interactive Media Creative Bioinformatics Biodesign
  3. 3. The Biodesign Institute at ASU addresses today’s critical global challenges in healthcare, sustainability and security by developing solutions inspired from natural systems and translating those solutions into commercially viable products and clinical practices.
  4. 4. We are interested in in vitro and in vivo replications of nucleic acid based nanostructures for scaling up and evolving functional nanostructures. Another important aspect of our research directions is to create self- assembling structures that are dynamic which allows one to trigger a cascading molecular event using either small molecules or biological molecules as logical inputs. We are interested in collective behaviors of different molecules interacting with each other. Self-replication and dynamic molecular assembly We use DNA as a programmable nanoscale building material to construct designer nanoarchitectures with increasing complexity in two and three dimensional spaces. We are interested in hierarchical engineering of sophisticated nanmachines. Structural DNA Nanotechnology Molecular Design and Biomimetics
  5. 5. Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology Basic research in plant molecular biology and protein engineering, as well as the utilization of plant biotechnology for enhancement of food quality and value, for expression of pharmacological products in transgenic plants, and for overcoming health and agricultural constraints in the developing world. Ebola vaccine production using plant molecular biology and protein engineering
  6. 6. Three stages in the delivery of a recombinant attenuated Salmonella vaccine with regulated delayed attenuation, regulated delayed antigen synthesis and regulated delayed lysis in vivo. Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology
  7. 7. Global gene expression in Space One of Nickerson’s newest investigations, called Micro-5/ Phoenix, delivered to the International Space Station earlier this year by the commercial carrier SpaceX, is the most complex biological experiment ever performed during spaceflight. The goals of this study are to further our understanding of how intestinal pathogens cause disease, prevent or counteract foodborne illness in astronauts, and translate these findings into novel strategies to prevent foodborne illness for the general public.
  8. 8. Biodegradation of Polystyrene Foam by the Microorganisms from Landfill Pat Pataranutaporn1 , Assistant prof. Savaporn Supaphol2 , prof. Amornrat Phongdara3 ,Sureeporn Nualkaew3 1 PSU.Wittayanusorn school, 2 Kasetsart University, 3 Prince of Songkhla University
  9. 9. Bioreduction of Uranium using a Hydrogen-based membrane biofilm reactor Chen, Aura, Xiaoyin & Pat
  10. 10. United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation URANIUM Uranium is weakly radioactive, but highly toxic once inhaled or ingested. It can be found in low levels within all rock, soil, and water. Depleted Uranium exposure leukemogenic effect genetic effect reproductive effect neurological effect Miller AC, McClain D.; McClain (Jan–Mar 2007). "A review of depleted uranium biological effects: in vitro and in vivo studies". Rev Environ Health
  11. 11. Sulfate 890 mg/L Ammonia 17 mg/L Nitrate +Nitrite 13mg/L as N Total Iron 0.1 mg/L Alkalinity 331 mg/L as CaCO3 pH 7.1 U(VI) 60 μg/L GROUNDWATER The average groundwater quality for the DOE processing Sites in Rifle, CO Maximum Contamination Level (MCL) established by USEPA (30 µg/l)
  12. 12. U(VI) uranyl ions U(IV) solid Bacteria (6) (4)
  13. 13. 80% H2 20% CO2 MBfR M3 CIRCULATOR SENSOR MEDIUM + URANIUM
  14. 14. Table 1 The different between Urainum concentration (ppb) through time Nitrate Concentration Dissolved Oxygen Alkalinity pH ORP Uranium Concentration
  15. 15. Nitrate Concentration Uranium Concentration Medium Changing (date 161) Maximum Contamination Level (MCL) established by USEPA (30 µg/l) Nitrate Concentration Uranium Concentration Flux 6E-3 loading 4.6E-3 removal -10% 0.001 (g/m2 -day) 0.4 (g/m2 -day) 30% Flux 0.02 loading 5.3E-3 removal 90% 0 (g/m2-day) 0 (g/m2-day) - Old medium New medium
  16. 16. Dr. Bruce Rittman Dr. Chen Dr. Aura Swette Center for Environmental Biotechnology, Biodesign Institute ASU
  17. 17. Data science Fine arts Cultural preservation Architecture Futuristic technology Interactive Media Creative Bioinformatics Biodesign
  18. 18. Emerge festival artists + scientists redesign the future by ASU's Center for Science and Imagination
  19. 19. ART, MEDIA + ENGINEERING ART ENGINEERING ART ENGINEERING School of
  20. 20. Tracky Project
  21. 21. Tracky for Science
  22. 22. Tracky for kid
  23. 23. DIY Lab of the future
  24. 24. DIY Lab of the future
  25. 25. INTERACTIVE ART Human Emotion Interactive Orchestra Snake in the girl restroom Projection Mapping on Pumpkin AME Students on ceiling Interactive Kachina doll Ice House Gallery, Spark Festival, AME Showcase Media Installation Media Installation Final Exhibition Media Installation Interactive EnvironmentInteractive Environment
  26. 26. Human Emotion
  27. 27. Data science Fine arts Cultural preservation Architecture Futuristic technology Interactive Media Creative Bioinformatics Biodesign
  28. 28. Interactive Media Creative Bioinformatics Biodesign
  29. 29. FORENSIC
 SCIENCE SYNTHETIC BIOLOG DNA ORIGAMI DNA COMPUTING PERSONALIZED DIAGNOSTICS BIODIVERSITY & EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMATICS DNA DECORATION Applications of DNA ?
  30. 30. DNArt is a multidisciplinary project that is taking an inspiration from functional genomics to create a new type of graphic representation and artwork. DNArt mimics the way that genes encode the proteins that make each organism and species unique.
  31. 31. Complete Genome Sequence of the Giant Virus OBP and Comparative Genome Analysis of the Diverse ϕKZ-Related Phages Bacterial genome comparison. The comparison of two bacterial genomes (Chlamydia trachomatis and Chlamydia muridarum) Bioinformatics Visualization Ecological interactions are evolutionarily conserved across the entire tree of life.
  32. 32. Interactive Media Creative Bioinformatics Biodesign Data Science
  33. 33. Changemaker
  34. 34. HACKATHON = 24 hr Coding Event
  35. 35. 13.3 minutes. An average of one person dies by suicide every
  36. 36. ARKHumanityEmpathy Compassion Respect
  37. 37. Artificial Intelligent Classifier Tweet Collection Review Queue Respond Queue Tweets Cloud : ( : (: ( 7Review Interface 8Respond Interface Trained Volunteers Trained Volunteers Partner Organizations Clinical Psychologist People in crisis Machine Learning
  38. 38. ARKHumanity Win $10,000 for Startup
  39. 39. These organizations will be the financial streams for keeping our project sustainableARKHumanity
  40. 40. This technology is greatly needed to identify the warning language often used as cries for help before suicide attempts. Using social media to identify suicidal ideations is a creative idea that should be supported! Kelli M. Donley, MPH Project manager of Suicide Prevention, Arizona Department of Health Services “ ”
  41. 41. ARKHumanityEmpathy Compassion Respect
  42. 42. One last thing…
  43. 43. http://patthai.org/talung/
  44. 44. Digital Platform for Nang Talung
  45. 45. Thaksin University
  46. 46. Thaksin Museum
  47. 47. PROJECTS MULTIDISPLINARY
  48. 48. PROJECTS MULTIDISPLINARY PAT PATARANUTPORN ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

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