“Society 5.0 (super-smart society)” put forth in the 2017 Comprehensive Strategy on Science, Technology and Innovation established by the Government of Japan advocates finding solutions to economic development and social issues by integrating cyberspace with the physical space at the highest level.
In order to further advance technologies such as robotics, AI, and big data analysis which are expected to contribute greatly to improvements in productivity, the construction of ecological systems, and realization of advanced medical care and nursing care, it is necessary to develop the basic technologies such as robot technology, sensor technology, actuator technology, nanotechnology, and biotechnology to support these.
Nagoya University is located in a world-leading industrial cluster, and is more than equipped with the key tools necessary to realize a super-smart society. We have established an Institute of Nano-Life-Systems as a base for the further advancement of cross-sectoral collaboration, industry-academia collaboration, and international collaboration, as well as for international contribution and social value creation.
- Aug 1, 2022
- Prof. A. Arima will receive the Encouragement Award from the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry for his achievement on Development of Single-Bioparticle Analysis Using Nano/Micropore Devices.
- Jul 16, 2022
- A paper on Near-infrared-induced drug release from antibody–drug double conjugates exerts a cytotoxic photo-bystander effect was accepted by Bioengineering & Translational Medicine.
- Jun 30, 2022
- A paper on Multifunctional Magnetic CuS/Gd2O3 Nanoparticles for Fluorescence/MR Bimodal Imaging-guided Photothermal-intensified Chemodynamic Synergetic Therapy of Targeted Tumors was accepted by ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
- Jun 17, 2022
- A paper on Fluorescent/Magnetic Nano-aggregation via Electrostatic Force between Modified Quantum Dot and Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Bimodal Imaging of U87MG Tumor Cells was accepted by Analytical Sciences.
- Jun 16, 2022
- A paper on Coordination chemogenetics for activation of GPCR-type glutamate receptors in brain tissue was published in Nature Communications and press released.
- Dec 13, 2019
- 6th NLS seminar (Cell Communication Disorders leading to Cancer and Other Diseases NLS Seminar)
- Nov 12, 2019
- 5th NLS seminar, GTR seminar
- Sep 13, 2019
- 4th NLS seminar