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    YOKOKAWA
    LAB.

    Department of Micro Engineering,
    Graduate School of Engineering at Kyoto University

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    News

    The paper written by A.Kitada received an award in IEEJ.

    2024年4月16日
    2024/4/16

    Welcome party for new B4 students was held.

    2024年4月10日
    2024/4/10

    A seminar by Prof. Nien-Tsu (Joe) Huang, National Taiwan University, will be held on April 30th. If you wish to attend, please contact Yokokawa.

    2024年4月2日
    2024/4/2

    The paper written by A. Tsuchida was published in Lab Chip (journal paper #99)

    2024年3月26日
    2024/3/26

    Presentations

    K. Fujimoto, M. Yang and J. Sugawa will be presenting at CHEMINAS49.

    2024年5月21日
    2024/5/21

    R. Yokokawa will serve as the general chair, K. Fujimoto serve as an organizing committee, and K.Fujimoto, S.Matsumoto, A.Tabuchi, T.Nishimura and S.Koishi will be presenting at IEEE-NEMS 2024.

    2024年4月15日
    2024/4/15

    Prof. Yokokawa and K.Fujimoto will present at EMBO Workshop-The new cardiobiology.

    2024年2月13日
    2024/2/13

    Prof. Yokokawa will be presenting at FI EMS COLLOQUIUM.

    2024年2月13日
    2024/2/13

    Research

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    Kidney and bladder

    2

    Viral infection

    3

    Machine learning

    4

    Organoids

    Yokokawa group belongs to the Department of Micro Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering at Kyoto University, Japan.
    We develop MPS (Microphysiological Systems) based on micro/nano fabrications for
    - fundamental researches in vascular biology, developmental biology, and stem cell biology
    - application researches in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and pharmacology.
    We are in active collaboration with the Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), RIKEN, and the Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research (JFCR) in order to realize our research goals.

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