July 10, 2020
Publication of a research paper
A scientific journal “Nature Communications” has published a research paper entitled “Raman image-activated cell sorting”¹. The University of Tokyo² reported it in their press release.
2. Press Release “Developed the world’s first Raman image-activated cell sorter (Japanese text).” School of Science, The University of Tokyo (July 10, 2020)
June 24, 2020
Takeaki Sugimura, Vice President of Engineering, was selected for the ISAC Innovators
CYBO is pleased to announce that Takeaki Sugimura, Vice President of Engineering, has been selected as one of the ISAC Innovators.
June 17, 2020
CYBO's proposal to develop a new cytology system has been adopted by AMED
June 5, 2020
AI software development agreement with Oncolys BioPharma signed
CYBO is pleased to announce that it has signed a development agreement to provide AI software to Oncolys BioPharma Inc.
Please see the news release for further details.
April 8, 2020
Nao Nitta, President, Received the Award for Science and Technology from the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Nao Nitta, President of CYBO, received the Awards for Science and Technology (Research Category) in the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. The award-winning achievement, "Research on Intelligent Image-Activated Cell Sorting," was published in Cell in 2018, and formed the basis of CYBO. The research was led by Professor Keisuke Goda (Graduate School of Science, the University of Tokyo), and Nitta contributed as a project leader of the research program. In recognition of this achievement, Prof. Goda (the lead recipient), Associate Professor Yasuyuki Ozeki (School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo), and Nitta were honored with the award.
February 4, 2020
CYBO entered into a joint research agreement with JFCR
CYBO is pleased to announce that it signed a joint research agreement with Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research (“JFCR”) to evaluate and improve its high-speed 3D cytology system, which has been developed in its SHIGI project. In the joint research project, CYBO will install the high-speed 3D cytology system in Cytology Department, The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR (Department Director: Dr. Yuko Sugiyama) to evaluate its utility for cervical cytology. The project plans to test 2,000 cervical cytology samples. Please see the news release for further details.
January 31, 2020
nano tech 2020 exhibition