Archive of 2005 News&Events
Japanese Neural Network Society
Meeting of Japanese Neural Network Society was held at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences on Dec 17-18 2005.
Keio university strengthens research and education of "ecological bio" from this autumn.
Ms.Yasuko Goto, Deputy governon of Yamagata prefecture visited IAB for the first time.
RNA/RNP Meeting was held at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences on Sep 9-10 2005. 50 participants from all over Japan gathered to Tsuruoka Japan.
IAB starts Grid computing using IBM work stations
Keio univ. starts Grid computing using 40 work station machines "IBM IntelliStation" at IAB , in cooperation with IBM inc., and use them for gene analysis and cell simulation.
Bio Finance Guild 2005
The Bio Finance Guild 2005 , a biotechnology training program for investors sponsored by Nikkei Business Publications, Inc., was held at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences on August 26-27, 2005.
Summer Bio College 2005
A bioscience training program for Keio-affiliated high-school students was held on Aug 17-19, 2005. The event Summer Bio College 2005 was sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Biosciences and was also supported by Yamagata prefecture and Tsuruoka city.
Keio Summer Bio Camp 2005
A bioscience training program for high-school students from all over Japan was held on Aug 3-5, 2005. The event Keio Summer Bio Camp 2005, sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Biosciences was also supported by Yamagata prefecture, Tsuruoka city and Chemical Society of Japan.
First Annual Meeting of the Metabolomics Society
The first annual meeting of the Metabolomics Society was held at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences on Jun 20-23 2005. 201 participants from 17 countries gathered to Tsuruoka Japan.
First Scientific Meeting of The Metabolomic Society website>>
RIKEN and Keio university concluded the statement of mutual agreement of Metabolome research
Mr.Hiroshi Saito, Governor of Yamagata prefecture visited IAB for the first time
IAB scientist wins prize at The 5th Japan Biotechnology Business Competition
The research project "Development of CE-MS techniques for metabolome analysis and application to drug discovery, diagnosis and functional foods."of Associate professor Dr. Tomoyoshi Soga got the first prize in the 5th Japan Biotechnology Business Competition.
The 5th Japan Biotechnology Business Competition website>>