"Pecan Project" is one of the leading interdeciplinary and international projects fascilitated at our office. By combining cutting edge technologies including networked soil sensors and drones, the project aims to develop a new technology for managing farm production in a large field. Dr. Keigo Noda, a visiting researcher from The University of Tokyo, is conducting the research in a pecan farm in San Simon, Arizona in collaboration with North Bowie Farming and New Mexico State University.
Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) of the University of Tokyo signed an agreement to create a neuroprothesis research consortium with Case Western Research University (CWRU) and Synapse Biomedical Inc.
The Institute of Medical Science (IMSUT) and Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) jointly opened the University of Tokyo New York Office to advance productive research and intellectual activities of the university. The opening was commemorated with a seminar entitled "Open Innovation for Future Medicine" and a ceremony on Friday, November 6, 2015. There were more than 120 participants from universities, companies from a variety of fields and alumni associations of UTokyo in the US.
Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), the University of Tokyo, is a research institute covering almost all the areas of engineering disciplines. Each of more than 110 faculty members – professors, associate professors and lecturers – has his/her own laboratory and more than 1,000 researchers come to IIS from inside and outside of Japan. They are carrying out various research – from fundamental research to applications – which opens future life. The research field of IIS is very multidisciplinary and covers almost all the areas of engineering disciplines from micro and nano scales such as quantum levels to large scales such as the global level and space.
Founded in 1892 as “The Institute of Infectious Disease”, the Institute of Medical Science with its own affiliated research hospital is Japan's foremost research institute for medical life science. Focusing on infectious disease and cancer, our mission is to translate basic research findings directly to medical therapies.