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Summary of transmission regarding mRNA vaccines and medicines
Contents on mRNA vaccines or mRNA drugs transmitted by iCONM / COINS scientists in the media will be timely posted.
Please note that iCONM is a research institute that belongs to Kawasaki Institute of Industrial Promotion, therefore we are not able to respond to inquiries regarding the management of specific companies or the judgment of stocks.

ITAKA Keiji, Principal Research Scientist (Professor, Tokyo Medical and Dental University)
UCHIDA Satoshi, Deputy Principal Research Scientist (Associate Professor, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine)

(Back issues)

9.7.2021
【Information】We will hold the COINS Seminar #60 at Web.
Oct. 7 (Thu.) 16:00~17:30 (The web meeting room will be open at 15:45-)
Speaker: Rosalia Rodriguez-Rodriguez, PhD
Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (UIC Barcelona)
Associate Professor, Head of the Biomedical Sciences Degree
Title: “Targeting neurons: more brain than brawn to solve obesity″
Holding method: ZOOM Webinar
*web conferencing software. we will let you know URL by the day before only for participants.
8.23.2021
【Information】We will hold the COINS Seminar #59 at Web.
Sep. 24 (Fri.) 13:00-14:30 (The web meeting room will be open at 12:45-)
Speaker: Ichio Aoki, PhD. / Institute for Quantum Medical Science, National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (QST)
Title: “In vivo MR Imaging for nano-machine and thranostics″
Holding method: ZOOM Webinar
*web conferencing software. we will let you know URL by the day before only for participants. *Registration is now closed.
9.2.2021
【News】COINS is exhibiting at "Innovation Japan 2021 -University Trade Shows Online".
8.26.2021
【Information】Prof. Takanori Ichiki(Professor, Department of Materials Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Principal Research Scientist, iCONM) appeared on FM Kawasaki.
8.11.2021
【Article posted】An article about our research "Nano-micelle Packaging CRISPR/Cas9 Components Enables Brain Genome Editing” was posted on TriLink BYOTECHNOLOGIES.
8.4.2021
【Article posted】 Introduction of iCONM video (6/26 TV program LOVE Kawasaki) was introduced on COI website and COI Drive.
8.4.2021
【Article posted】 An Article of JST NEWS (published on June) was published in Science Japan website.
8.3.2021
【Press Release】 Innovation Center of NanoMedicine and the International University of Catalunya jointly announced that Polymeric Nanomicelles Improve Internalization of Lipid Metabolism Modulators in Brain Cells.
This research result was published in " Biomaterials Science "
7.26.2021
【Information】 Dr. Yasutaka ANRAKU (Project Associate Professor, Dept. of Bioengineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo) was appeared NHK World “Medical Frontiers” and explained nanomachines with the ability to deliver drug into the brain.
7.26.2021
【Activity Report】 July 26 (Mon.), We held the 9th iCONM x COINS Internal Communication Event at web.
7.15.2021
【Information】An article about the press release on 4/20 "Treatment of primary and metastatic breast and pancreatic tumors upon intravenous delivery of a PRDM14-specific chimeric siRNA/nanocarrier complex" was published in Science Japan.
7.4.2021
【Article posted】 7/4(Sun.)An Article about Kingskyfront was published in Yomiuri Shimbun P.22.
7.2.2021
【Article posted】 An Article of JST NEWS (published on June) was published in 客観日本 website. (Chinese)
6.24.2021
【Information】iCONM will be introduced on TV. Please take a look.
TVK NewsLink (Fri.) 25/6/2021 at 9:30 pm ~
TVK LOVE KAWASAKI (Sat.) 26/6/2021 at 9:00 am~
6.21.2021
【Activity Report】 June 21 (Mon.), We held the 8th iCONM x COINS Internal Communication Event at web.
6.14.2021
【Activity Report】 16th COINS General meeting was held on June 14.
5.31.2021
【Activity Report】 May 31 (Mon.), We held the 7th iCONM x COINS Internal Communication Event at web.
5.10.2021
【Activity Report】 May 10 (Mon.), COINS Seminar #58 was held at web.
Speaker: Kanjiro MIYATA / Associate Professor / Department of Materials Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering The University of Tokyo / Kataoka・Kinoh Lab, iCONMI
Title: ‟ Nanomedicines for oligonucleotide delivery”
4.26.2021
【Information】 We will hold the 2nd iCONM Public Lecture ~Cancer treatment and clinical trial we want to know correctly~ at Web.
May 29, 2021 (Sat.) 14:00-16:00 (The web meeting room will be open at 13:45-)
Holding method: ZOOM Webinar *web conferencing software. we will let you know URL by the day before only for participants.
Language: Japanese
Program overview:
"Greeting" Kazunori KATAOKA, Director General, iCONM
"What we want to know about brain surgery - Especially brain tumor -" Prof. Yoshihiro MURAGAKI Vice Director, Institute of Advanced Biomedical Engineering and Science, Tokyo Women's Medical University
"What are clinical trials? - How can we receive a best treatment? -" Prof. Noriyuki KATSUMATA, Medical Oncology, Musashi Kosugi Hospital, Nippon Medical School. *Registration is now closed.
4.12.2021
【Activity Report】 April 12th (Mon.), We held the 6th iCONM x COINS Internal Communication Event at web.
4.12.2021
【Information】We will hold the COINS Seminar #58 at Web.
May 10 (Mon.) 15:00-16:30 (The web meeting room will be open at 14:45-)
Speaker:Ph.D. Kanjiro MIYATA / Associate Professor / Department of Materials Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering The University of Tokyo
Title: "Nanomedicines for oligonucleotide delivery"
Holding method: ZOOM Webinar *web conferencing software. we will let you know URL by the day before only for participants. *Registration is now closed.
4.1.2021
【Information】 April 2021, the newsletter "NanoSky Vol.8-COINS's original innovation plastic that connects to future medical care""T-form" has been published.
3.26.2021
【Information】 On Friday, March 26, Dr. Kazunori Kataoka, Director General of iCONM gave a lecture at the symposium of NanoTech in Thailand.
3.25.2021
【Activity Report】 March 25 (Thu.), COINS Seminar #57 was held at web.
Speaker: Keiji ITAKA / Professor, Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering, Tokyo Medical and Dental University / Itaka Lab, iCONMI
Title: ‟ mRNA therapeutics: from vaccine to regenerative medicine”
3.17.2021
【Information】 3/18 15: 30-16: 00 Shimazaki, who is in charge of communication, will appear at Kawasaki FM "Kawasaki Hot ☆ Studio" and will introduce the highlights of the public lecture scheduled to be held on 3/27. You can also enjoy it on Internet radio, so please access it from the Kawasaki FM website. Is the keyword an egg?
3.10.2021
【Information】We will hold the COINS Seminar #57 at Web.
March 25 (Thu.) 16:30-18:00 (The web meeting room will be open at 16:15-)
Speaker: M.D.,Ph.D. Keiji ITAKA /Professor, Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering, Tokyo Medical and Dental University / Itaka Lab, iCONMI
Title: ‟ mRNA therapeutics: from vaccine to regenerative medicine”
Holding method: ZOOM Webinar *web conferencing software. we will let you know URL by the day before only for participants. *Registration is now closed.
3.10.2021
【Press seminar】 The research group of Deputy Principal Research Scientist Dr. Satoshi Uchida (Associate Professor, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine) at the Innovation Center of NanoMedicine reported that optimized nano-micelles can induce efficient genome editing in the mouse brain. A press seminar was held.
This research result was published in "Journal of Controlled Release"
3.8.2021
【Activity Report】 March 8th (Mon.), We held the 5th iCONM x COINS Internal Communication Event at web.
3.4.2021
【Award】 COINS received the Japan Open Innovation Prize (JOIP) Selection Committee Special Award.

3.2.2021
【Press Release】 A research group consisting of Prof. Yutaka Kondo, Yoshihiko Tasaki, Graduate student (Division of Cancer Biology, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine) made a new therapeutic drug that the targeting of TUG1 by anti-TUG1 coupled with our new cancer-specific drug delivery system (TUG1-DDS). This was collaborative research with Nagoya City University, The University of Tokyo, Innovation Center of NanoMedicine, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research.
This research result was published in "Cancer Research"

About COINS

COINS (Center of Open Innovation Network for Smart Health) is a research center of an entirely new idea for developing "products and services that changes the future" by anticipating social needs in the future and integrating cutting-edge technologies, human resources and ideas from universities and private companies in and outside Japan.

COINS is an initiative under the Center of Innovation Science and Technology based Radical Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program (COI STREAM) of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan.

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