News & Topics
2021-04-14Assoc. Prof. Yuya Morimoto won The Young Scientists' Award of The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education
2021-04-01Ozawa-san's paper has been published in iScience
2021-03-22Yasuga-kun's paper has been published in Nature Physics
2021-03-02Furuhashi-san's paper has been published in Science of Food
2021-01-14Yamada-san's paper has been published in Science Advances
2021-01-12Marco-san's paper has been accepted to EMBO Molecular Medicine
2021-01-05Misawa-san's paper has been published in Micromachines
2020-12-31Oda-san and Kihara-kun's paper has been accepted to Cyborg and Bionic Systems
2020-12-18Ito-kun and Izawa-kun's paper has been published in Micromachines
2020-11-26Nishimura's paper on vascular devices has been accepted in Micromachines
2020-11-08Minghao-san's review paper has been accepted to ACS Applied Bio Materials
2020-11-01Our research on cultured meat was highlighted in "NIKKEI Asia"
2020-10-27Morimoto-san was awarded Pioneer of New Research Fields Award in Micro-Nano Science and Technology Division, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
2020-10-26Itou-kun's paper has been accepted to Small
Presentation at DAVOS meeting: biohybrid Robotics
We are researching robots that utilize biological materials, such as robots that move by contraction of skeletal muscle tissue and robots covered with skin tissue.
Using receptors of cells, we are researching sensors that use cells and proteins as ultra-sensitive and compact chemical sensors.
3D Tissue Construction
We aim to construct tissues from cells by manipulating and accumulating cells using engineering technology. As part of this, we are also working on building cultured meat from bovine muscle cells.
Artificial Cells/Cell Membrane
We aim to clarify how to artificially constructed cells and cell membranes, and to make attractive systems of living organisms available for engineering.
We are working on the development of implantable devices that can be diagnosed and treated in the body.
We are researching on building a neural network by connecting nerve cells.
Welcome to the biohybrid systems lab at the University of Tokyo. We welcome people from multidisciplinary backgrounds, including mechanics, informatics, biophysics, cell biology, material sciences. Our group belongs to two different grad schools. If you are interested in joining us, please make a contact with us.- For the students with engineering background: Mechanics, Electronics, Informatics etc. Dept of Mechano-Informatics, Grad. School of Information Science and Technology – For the students with scientific background: Physics, Chemisrty and Biology etc. Dept. of Life Sciences, Grad. School of Arts and Sciences ※Addmission Guidlines for International Students
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