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与剑桥大学博导Andy Kowalski网上互动

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与剑桥大学博导Andy Kowalski网上互动

都世民

英国剑桥大学对外窗口

我在领英Linkedin)社交网站,发现英国剑桥大学有一个对外窗口,介绍该校的研究课题和方向,介绍该校的研究人员和他们的相关动态,并且欢迎全世界有兴趣的人士对有关问题发表看法,这种开放的窗口,而且可以互动,对我很有吸引力。我尝试的发表了一个看法,我认为他们提出的零排放课题,这个口号让我不能理解,我认为这里面有一个平衡问题,不应该过度提出要求,实际上零排放很难做到,而且会给整个社会带来很多麻烦。他们对我的看法给了回复。我认为这种开放的办学精神,有利于师生与社会的交融。会提高教育质量,会给他们提出一些新的意想不到的问题。不要怕麻烦,开门办学,怎么办比较好?

一位女博士 Dr Jenny Zhang的介绍

Dr Jenny Zhang is a group leader and BBSRC David Phillips Fellow in the Department of Chemistry, where she is re-wiring photosynthesis to generate renewable fuels. Here, she tells us about why she switched from cancer research to sustainability, how her Fellowship programme is helping her develop leadership skills, and why eggs in her childhood home would regularly go missing.

她的介绍有几点,我很感兴趣

1是来自中国的女博士,从小就喜欢探索。他受母亲的影响,对雷电、收音机、鸡蛋孵小鸡都很感兴趣。

2的博士研究方向是药物化学。目标是设计能够深入实体肿瘤的抗癌药物。为了实现这个目标,合成了一个新的DNA插入物和抗癌铂复合物的文库,并使用多种化学成像技术研究它们在3d肿瘤模型中的生物分布和代谢。

3的博士研究是高度跨学科的,环境的可持续性使她转向了人工光合作用用不同的方法如何为老问题注入新思想以及如何促进突破产生深刻的认识。人工光合作用对于可持续燃料开发也是一个高度跨学科的领域。她认为她来自一个完全不同的背景,可以把独特的视角带入这个领域。她也喜欢沉浸在新的学习体验中。这样更有挑战性,同时也更有成就感

4设计了新的催化系统,将阳光转化为太阳能燃料在她的博士后研究中,她把阳光转化为太阳能燃料的化学燃料,这是一种可持续的、绿色的燃料,可以替代目前不可持续的、污染环境的碳基燃料。植物通过光合作用的过程已经进行了数百万年,一组特殊的蛋白质组成了光合电子传递链。

5仍然需要了解光合作用的许多组成部分背后的基本化学和物理原理。生物和人工光合作用系统中,还有许多基本的问题需要回答。这些主要与电子的流动有关,以及如何更有效地生成电子并将其用于催化。在她的博士后研究期间,将光系统II(启动光合作用的自然水氧化酶)连接到定制的电极上,以研究酶的功能并进行光能驱动的燃料形成反应。这让她了解了不同类型光合系统的瓶颈,以及需要改进的地方。

6她的重点是开发研究光合作用(生物和人工)的新工具和方法,并将其应用于可再生能源发电和农业/传感器技术。得到了一笔慷慨的资助,特别是一台复杂的3D打印机,它可以打印各种各样的材料,从活细胞到金属。

7希望自己职业生涯能够揭开许多未知的未知想推动创新和高价值的研究,解决当今世界的重要问题,同时培养健康和积极的实验室文化。

 

我对上述介绍写了一条回复

您在研究再生能源,是否考虑人体的能源来自于什么地方?是细菌发电,还是血液发电?这是小宇宙研究中至今未能揭开迷题。如果是血液提供的能量,它怎么变成了电?还是细胞发电,细菌发电,是血液提供的营养,从化学角度看,还是从物理角度看,或者是从电磁通道的角度看,这个问题该怎么解决?你想过吗?

 

没想到回复的是她的导师Andy Kowalski

Andy Kowalski回复

Andy Kowalski responded to your comment

"Very interesting questions that could uncover new opportunities and pathways to go down!"

Andy Kowalski个人简介

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都世民  下午 10:16发的回帖:

Thank you for your reply and affirmation. I am very interested in the introduction of this female doctor Jenny Zhang, because it USES multiple disciplines to find problems.And what I found in the human eye was an antenna, a photoreceptor cell in the retina, which is the unit of the antenna array, which is a very large antenna array.At the same time, it has been proposed that there are radio channels in human visual senses, namely electromagnetic channels, which is a research topic proposed by the U.S. department of defense.I have written a book on this subject, called "multidisciplinary eyes", which was published on cnnic. I hope you will correct mehttp://z.bianke.cnki.net/collection/2035310 CNKI CNKI website Du Shimin

Andy Kowalski于 下午 10:29 发送了以下消息

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Andy Kowalski  下午 10:29

Dear Du Shimin my original interest was in what Dr Jenny Zhang's areas of work and the fact  that she works in a STEM environment and this prompted  my curiosity as I work as Coach and Mentor and help people  with their career challenges. Your contribution was  very good and something to consider as an area  for future work. I am now retired from all lab wok but am keen to help advise others still working in any areas of science. Hope that clarifies situation. All the best wishes Andy

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Andy Kowalski  下午 10:31

Will check it out soon as dealing with ongoing client issues  form tomorrows meeting. All the best Andy

星期五都世民于 上午 11:29 发送了以下消息

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都世民  上午 11:29

Dear Andy Kowalski  Thank you for your reply. You may feel that my discussion has deviated from your current work scope. In fact, it is relevant.In terms of biology, that is, in terms of chemistry, the energy of the human body is inside the cell, but the human body is a huge system, how does the energy of a single cell come together?The human brain consumes 30% of its energy. Why is that?Is it because of the number of cells, or because of other reasons, but the robot can not be compared, because it has no cells, no blood, and no electromagnetic channel, I always think the human body has an energy center, where is the energy center?I haven't found it yet, because how many kinds of energy are there in the body?It's rarely discussed because it's a multidisciplinary issue.There must be new energy here. Sir, I may not have connected it. This is the key to the problem. Du Shimin

Andy Kowalski于 下午 10:03 发送了以下消息

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Andy Kowalski  下午 10:03

Hi Du Shimin, I am no biologist but know from school how cells work up to a point and also the fact that some energy is derived from the food we heat and in particular from sugars which are within those foods. Possible energy centre could either be in the stomach as that is where food enters the digestive tract and is converted in to nutrients. Possible other area could be the Pancreas and maybe the Liver plays a part! Something to think about! All the best for now Andy

今天都世民于 下午 2:56 发送了以下消息

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都世民  下午 2:56

Hi AndyThank you for your reply. How many places are mentioned in your reply?It's not unreasonable.I think people can't live without food. Food is related to energy, but how can food be converted into energy in the stomach?I once read a report that seawater can generate electricity. It USES the different concentration of salt in seawater to generate electricity, but I don't know how Sir Thinks about this problem.In my opinion, blood is the energy provider of the human body. Nerve fibers of the brain and blood coexist, but they are isolated from each other. If they infiltrate each other, diseases will occur.The photosensitive cell of the retina of the person, also have blood to coexist, that is to say blood gives photosensitive cell to work to provide energy, so the center of blood is a heart, but the heart is the energy center of the person?This problem needs to be studied!However, Chinese traditional culture believes that people have a heart, which is a soul, not a heart, but the soul is invisible and can not be found.The strange thing is that when a Tibetan monk dies, he emits colored light, which is called the phenomenon of siphoning.This colored light is electromagnetic energy. Where does this energy come from?Does it come from the soul?

Andy Kowalski于 下午 8:18 发送了以下消息

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Andy Kowalski  下午 8:18

 

 

 

Hi Du Shimin Will get back to you on your in mail and very interesting. . Ciao for now . Andy

都世民于 下午 9:13 发送了以下消息

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都世民  下午 9:13

Hi AndyI really hope to see your email. I would like to discuss it with you in detai. My mailbox is, dushimin93@163.com Du Shimin

我的回复

Thank you for your reply and affirmation. I am very interested in the introduction of this female doctor Jenny Zhang, because it USES multiple disciplines to find problems.And what I found in the human eye was an antenna, a photoreceptor cell in the retina, which is the unit of the antenna array, which is a very large antenna array.At the same time, it has been proposed that there are radio channels in human visual senses, namely electromagnetic channels, which is a research topic proposed by the U.S. department of defense.I have written a book on this subject, called "multidisciplinary eyes", which was published on cnnic. I hope you will correct me

http://z.bianke.cnki.net/collection/2035310

CNKI CNKI website

Andy Kowalski  下午 10:03

Hi Du Shimin, I am no biologist but know from school how cells work up to a point and also the fact that some energy is derived from the food we heat and in particular from sugars which are within those foods. Possible energy centre could either be in the stomach as that is where food enters the digestive tract and is converted in to nutrients. Possible other area could be the Pancreas and maybe the Liver plays a part! Something to think about! All the best for now

 

Andy

Thank you for your reply. How many places are mentioned in your reply?It's not unreasonable.I think people can't live without food. Food is related to energy, but how can food be converted into energy in the stomach?I once read a report that seawater can generate electricity. It USES the different concentration of salt in seawater to generate electricity, but I don't know how Sir Thinks about this problem.In my opinion, blood is the energy provider of the human body. Nerve fibers of the brain and blood coexist, but they are isolated from each other. If they infiltrate each other, diseases will occur.The photosensitive cell of the retina of the person, also have blood to coexist, that is to say blood gives photosensitive cell to work to provide energy, so the center of blood is a heart, but the heart is the energy center of the person?This problem needs to be studied!However, Chinese traditional culture believes that people have a heart, which is a soul, not a heart, but the soul is invisible and can not be found.The strange thing is that when a Tibetan monk dies, he emits colored light, which is called the phenomenon of siphoning.This colored light is electromagnetic energy. Where does this energy come from?Does it come from the soul?

这位先生将我们的讨论转向了电子邮件,我感谢这位博导先生!我认为多学科的交流缺乏讨论的渠道,如今难以解决。




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