IAB research project selected by CREST
A research project proposal by Dr.Tomita, director of IAB, was selected as one of the the projects of The Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology program (CREST) of Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).
Bio Finance Guild 2004
The Bio Finance Guild 2004 , a biotechnology training program for investors sponsored by Nikkei Business Publications, Inc., was held at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences on August 27-28, 2004.
&Minister of Science and Technology Policy Award in recognition for industry-academia-government collaboration performance&
E-Cell Tutorial 2004
The E-Cell Tutorial, a two week program for cell modeling using E-Cell3, was held at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences on April 12-23.
The tutorial was composed of two sessions. The first session offered a basic introduction to modeling and simulation using the E-Cell3 software, and the second session was reserved for individual modeling projects. All materials used in the tutorial are available from the E-Cell Tutorial web page.
Development of Biosimulation Software: E-Cell Simulation Environment
Institute for Advanced Biosciences researcher Dr. Kouichi Takahashi has published an article on the development and implementation of "a multi-algorithm, multi-timescale method for cell simulation" in the March 1st issue of Bioinformatics.
The E-Cell simulation environment can be freely downloaded from the E-Cell Project website.
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Collaboration on developing support system for diabetes diagnosis and treatment method with Sysmex Corporation
E-neuron project: simulation model of brain hippocampal signal transduction
Research results on the modeling and simulation of brain hippocampal signal transduction by Institute for Advanced Biosciences project research associate Shinichi Kikuchi was published in Neural Networks (vol. 16, Issue 9 , November 2003, pp 1389-1398) in the article "Kinetic simulation of signal transduction system in hippocampal long-term potentiation with dynamic modeling of protein phosphatase 2A".
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