Serendipity-Enabling Technologies in Biology & Medicine
We develop serendipity-enabling technologies based on molecular imaging and spectroscopy together with microfluidics and computational analytics, use them to push the frontiers of human knowledge and understanding, and produce global leaders who will shape the future of biology and medicine. Specifically, the serendipitous technologies are designed for discovering new biological phenomena, elucidating unknown mechanisms, and exploiting new applications. They are based on an integration of theoretical, experimental, and computational techniques in physics and chemistry combined with molecular cell biology, electrical engineering, computer science, artificial intelligence, biomedical engineering, applied mathematics, mechanical engineering, and nanotechnology. Our global initiative for the development of serendipity-enabling technologies is currently operated at Serendipity Lab. We constantly seek for ambitious individuals from any university in any field who have the will to play a leading role in scientific exploration and have a major impact on the world. Furthermore, we encourage students and researchers to start their own startups based on their research achievements. CYBO is one of such startups that originated from our work. Check out our news on Facebook.
Introduction to Goda Lab
See our video about Goda Lab.
Operation of Intelligent Image-Activated Cell Sorting
See our video about the operation of intelligent image-activated cell sorting published in Cell.
University of Tokyo's Promotional Video
Goda Lab's members and research activity are covered in the University of Tokyo's promotional video. See 0:55 and 1:28 in the video below.