Project Assistant Professor Akiyoshi Hirayama and Professor Tomoyoshi Soga of IAB published the findings of a new study entitled " Development of a sheathless CE-ESI-MS interface " in Electrophoresis ...
Life Science Innovation Network Japan, Inc. (LINK-J) and IAB signed a mutual partnership memorandum on April 1, 2018.
IAB and Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Inc. conclude a comprehensive partnership agreement.A ceremony was held at Metabolome Campus on Friday, March 9, attended by Director Masaru Tomita, IAB Keio Un...
Urinary Polyamine Biomarker Panels with Machine-Learning Differentiated Colorectal Cancers, Benign Disease, and Healthy Controls
Project Professor Masahiro Sugimoto of IAB in collaboration with a group of researchers including Tokyo Medical University, published the findings of a new study entitled "Urinary Polyamine Biomarker ...
Researchers characterize new species using microscopy and genetic analysis. A new tardigrade species has been identified in Japan, according to a study published February 28, 2018 in the open-access...
Researchers characterized new species using microscopy and genetic analysis. A new tardigrade species has been identified in Japan, according to a study published February 28, 2018 in the open-access ...
Under the Bio-Cluster Formation Promotion Project, which promotes industry-government-academia joint research in Yamagata prefecture, research institutions including Yamagata Research Institute of T...
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...