Biomaterial Laboratory

Focusing on and utilizing biosubstances as materials

Our research focuses on biosubstances such as DNAs, RNAs, proteins and lipids, which are regarded as “promising materials.” We aim to produce substances in order to process and survey them. For example, we are trying to develop cell chips by utilizing the nano-level fine processing technologies, biosensors that utilize biomembrane and catalysts that are capable of processing DNAs and RNAs. Additionally, we utilize both nanomaterial engineering and organic chemistry in pursuing our research.

Materials Science and Engineering
Faculty Name
Academic Society
The Chemical Society of Japan
The Japanese Peptide Society
The Japanese Society for Biomaterials
Biomaterials, Nanotechnologies, Biosensors, Biochips, Macromolecules, Biological information, Drug discovery, Artificial nerves, Proteins

Study Fields

Materials Science and Engineering
Life science
Applied chemistry
Colloid and interface chemistry

For Society

Technologies being developed by our laboratory can be applied to medical materials, physical and chemical appliances, medicines and cosmetics. Moreover, we are developing application technologies with physical and chemical appliances makers. Besides, many of our graduates are engaged in the development of biosensors and new materials.

Research Themes