Research & educational activities of TTCK are mainly done in Institute for Advanced Biosciences.Research & educational activities of TTCK are mainly done in Institute for Advanced Biosciences.
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About Tsuruoka Town Campus of KeioRead More >

In April 2001 Keio University established Tsuruoka Town Campus of Keio (TTCK) in collaboration with Yamagata Prefecture and Shonai area.

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Institute for Advanced Biosciences,Keio UniversityRead More >

IAB

The Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University, is an academic research institute pioneering the new life science field of "Systems Biology", using both experimental and computational biology.

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Master’s Program & Doctoral Program of Graduate School of Media and Governance
(Systems Biology Program)

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Tsuruoka Town Campus of Keio
Baba-cho 14-1, Tsuruoka City, Yamagata, 997-0035, Japan
Tel: +81-235-29-0800
Fax: +81-235-29-0809

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The 12th Metabolome Symposium was held in Tsuruoka

2018/10/20 Event

The 12th Metabolome Symposium was held in Tsuruoka

"The 12th Metabolome Symposium" was held at Tsuruoka Metabolome Campus for 3 days from Oct 17 to 19 in 2018, and approximately 420 researchers from all over the country participated and presented their latest research results.

IIBMP2018 was held in Tsuruoka

2018/09/21 Event

IIBMP2018 was held in Tsuruoka

"Informatics in Biology, Medicine and Pharmacology (IIBMP2018)" was held at Shogin Tact Tsuruoka and Tsuruoka Art Forum for three days from Sep 19 to 21 in 2018, and approximately 385 researchers from all over the country participated and presented the latest research results.

The 8th Bio-Summit for High School Students

2018/08/10 Event

The 8th Bio-Summit for High School Students

The 8th Bio-Summit in Tsuruoka (sponsored by Yamagata pref., Tsuruoka city and IAB, Keio University) was held for 3 days in Tsuruoka City from Jul 30 to Aug 1, 2018. About 190 high school students throughout Japan gathered and made 99 poster presentations on their daily research results during the event.

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