Yamagata Prefecture announced that Yamagata Prefecture Distinguished Achievement Award is given to Prof. Masaru Tomita, a director general of Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University. This ...
The research group of Professor Tomoyoshi Soga of IAB Keio University, Project Research Associate Kiyotoshi Sato of IAB Keio University, Professor Suzuki of Kagawa University Faculty of Medicine, Labo...
New genome sequences shed light on both the origins of the tardigrades (also known as water bears or moss piglets), and the genes that underlie their extraordinary ability to survive in extreme condit...
Dr. Shinji Fukuda, Project Associate Professor, received the 1st Bioindustry Honorable Award sponsored by Japan Bioindustry Association. ※Link to Japan Bioindustry Association (japanese only) CLICK
Approx.15 students from Hue University in Vietnam and Mongolian University of Life Sciences who are visiting Yamagata University as exchange students visited IAB.
Prof. Tomita received the International Metabolomics Society Lifetime Honorary Fellow for the first time in Japan and Asia
Prof. Masaru Tomita, a director general of Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University (Tsuruoka, Yamagata, Japan), entitled "Lifetime Honorary of the International Metabolomics Society Fellow...
Dr.Shinji Fukuda won the "Momofuku Ando Award 2016" for his cutting-edge research on intestinal environment and the development of a venture company promoting intestinal design based on the research f...
On January 12, 2017, A program featuring the IAB's high school student assistant program was broadcast on NHK World (NHK's international broadcasting). This program includes the state of laboratory w...
Prof.Masaru Tomita (IAB Director General) and Dr.Kosuke Fujishima (IAB Project Assistant Professor) received the WIRED Audi INNOVATION AWARD 2016.
Dr. M. Wakayama, project research associate, won the Grand Prize at the "Meeting for Food Technology Japan 2016" by revealing the physiological functions of peanut germs, verifying their processing te...