We design various functional polymer based nanomaterials for "materials initiated biology", including mechanobiology, mechano/thermo-genetics, and liquid-liquid phase separation researches. The research in our laboratory is motivated by a desire to develop novel analytical or manipulation methods for discover unknown biological phenomena and explore innovative nanomedicine by using polymer nanomaterials. We are also committed to training a new generation of material and biomedical researchers and engineers. We believe a stimulating environment of our laboratory promotes the growth of creativity and autonomy of students.

News and Topics

Link to PAST NEWS.

Apr 1, 2021

Our faculty was renamed to "Faculty of Advanced Engineering". (Link)


Apr 1, 2021

Two master course students and 7 undergraduate students joined the lab.

Mar 18, 2021

Seven master course students and 8 undergraduate students successfully defended their dissertation and graduated from the university.

Mar 12, 2021

Our research is highlighted by Asia Research News.

"Size matters: Bimodal imaging receives nanoparticle enhancement" 

Feb 18, 2021


Our new paper is accepted for publication in Analytical Sciences.

Feb 16, 2021

Eight under graduate students presented at bachelors degree defense.

Feb 3, 2021


Our new paper is accepted for publication in Sci. Tech. Adv. Mater..

Recent Publications

Upcoming Presentations

Pacifichem 2021 (Online)

2021. 12/16-21


第70回高分子学会年次大会 (オンライン開催)

2021. 5/26-28

[Kamimura (Japanese)]