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    • Small- and Wide-angle X-ray Scattering on Biological Structures

      National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center FutureTech Small- and Wide-angle X-ray Scattering on Biological Structures

      (1) High flux mode for integrated measurements of SAXS/WAXS/UV-Vis-absorption/Refractive-index/Multi-angle-light-scattering (MALS) with an online high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) instrument, suitable for exploring biomacromolecular solution structures of a wide length scale and structural kinetics down to microsecond time scale. (2) Ultra SAXS (USAXS) mode for resolving hierarchical structures of bio-machinery assembly up to a few um length scale. (3) Anomalous SAXS mode for metal or mineral distributions (including calcium) in bio organelle or drug carriers. (4) Microbeam SAXS/WAXS mode for structural mapping of the textures or specific infected cells in natural/synthetic bio-tissues, organelles, or biomaterials.
    • Highly Efficient Fabrication and Applications of Bioinspired Flexible Photonic Crystals by Trapping of Structural Coloration

      National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center FutureTech Highly Efficient Fabrication and Applications of Bioinspired Flexible Photonic Crystals by Trapping of Structural Coloration

      Rapid fabrication of network-structured amphiphilic block copolymer photonic crystal films could be accomplished by the facile spin-casting process. By immersing into alcohols, the swollen network could give rise to the visible structural coloration. Unlike the disappearance of the visible reflection in the lamellar film, the network structure could trap the visible structural coloration by vitrification of the network after drying, namely, trapping of structural coloration (TOSC). With further control of diffusive distance and diffusivity, full-visible-wavelength structural colorations are obtained. This TOSC is reversible and responsive with heat. By TOSC, we firstly fabricate the flexible copolymer photonic crystal featuring tunable and reversible structural colorations in solid state.
    • Fast Cancer Screening and Prognosis Assessment and Prediction of Treatment Response in Chronic Kidney Disease by Using Synchrotron Infrared Microscopy

      National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center FutureTech Fast Cancer Screening and Prognosis Assessment and Prediction of Treatment Response in Chronic Kidney Disease by Using Synchrotron Infrared Microscopy

      1. Infrared wax physisorption kinetics (iR-WPK) provides a glyco-histopathological imaging analysis for examining tissue sections, which utilizes n-alkanes with carbon number (CN) from 20 to 34 and beeswax as glycan adsorbents for targeting similar longitudinal length of glycans of glycoconjugates anchoring in the cell surface. 2. It is an in-situ non-destructive method of examining tissue sections for cancer screening and prognosis prediction for chronic kidney disease by profiling aberrant glycans covalently-attached to both glycoconjugates anchored in tissue sections. 3. It can screen ten cancers including colon cancer, breast cancer, ovary cancer, cervical cancer, oral cavity cancer, gastric cancer, skin cancer, prostate cancer, intestinal neuroendocrine tumor and brain cancer.
    • The Future Light Source - Ultrafast Molecular Imaging: Free Electron Laser

      National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center FutureTech The Future Light Source - Ultrafast Molecular Imaging: Free Electron Laser

      In NSRRC, we set up a superradiant free electron laser in terahertz frequency range by employing an in-house developed laser-driven photocathode radio frequency electron gun system and a technology called radio frequency electron bunch compression. It is currently the terahertz radiation source with the highest peak power in Taiwan. In addition, we also designed an extreme ultraviolet free electron laser test facility that is based on similar technology. These light sources can be applied significantly to research fields such as semiconductors, quantum materials, and biomedicine.
    • Potential of Ambient Mass Spectrometry for Rapid DrugsToxin Identification

      National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center FutureTech Potential of Ambient Mass Spectrometry for Rapid DrugsToxin Identification

      Through combining the cutting-edge technology of TD-ESI/MS to its comprehensive database library of toxicants, a fast-track toxicant analytical platforma set of standard operating procedures are developed that enables the emergency physicians to access correct toxicological information within a short turnaround timerescue the poisoned patients based on accurate laboratory data.
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