Biomolecular Engineering

The human body consists of biomolecules such as proteins, nucleic acids, lipids and saccharides assembled within complex systems of cells and organs. The Department of Biomolecular Engineering is based on the molecular science of physical chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry (molecular biology). The department directs its efforts towards clarifying biological phenomena, applying and regulating these processes for production and medical technology (diagnosis and therapy), mimicking biological functions for the synthesis of bioactive molecules, and investigating delivery systems (DDS), gene therapy and artificial cells and organs.





Biomaterial Physics

Biomaterial Physics

Ueno Lab.

Biomolecular Dynamics

Taguchi Lab.
Ohtani Lab.

Biomaterial Design

Biomaterial Design

Maruyama Lab.
Tagawa Lab.

Molecular Design of Biological Importance

Kinbara Lab.
Hata Lab.

Biofunctional Engineering

Biofunctional Engineering

Kondoh Lab.

Biomimetic Chemistry

Urabe Lab.
Mori Lab.

[Divisions of Collaborative Professors]

Biological Computational Chemistry

Sakurai Lab.
Center for Biological Resources and Informatics,Research Division

[Divisions of Coordinate Professors]

Advanced Biofunctional Engineering

Kurihara Lab. *note1
The National Institute of Health Sciences

*note1:Kurihara Lab. doesn't continue its course here in 2016.

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