News and Events
2019.06.04 【NanoCarrier Co.,Ltd.】「Press release by VBL Therapeutics on “VBL Final Phase 1/2 Study Results Presented at ASCO Demonstrate VB-111 Dose Dependent Increase in Overall Survival and 58% CA-125 Response Rate in Platinum-Resistant Ovarian Cancer”」
2019.06.04 【NanoCarrier Co.,Ltd.】「Press release by VBL Therapeutics on “Radiographic Analysis of VB-111 Phase 2 and 3 Clinical Trials in Recurrent Glioblastoma Shows Survival Benefit Associated with Objective Responses and Distinct Signature of VB-111 Activity”」
2019.02.18 Keio University, Keio University Hospital
2019.01.15 Shimadzu Corporation will establish a new base for its measurement business in Kawasaki City by December 2020. The convenient location of the base near Haneda Airport is expected to accelerate open innovation.
2018.09.26 GE Healthcare Japan and Daiwa House Industry Collaborate at the Tonomachi Open Innovation Base King SkyFront "District A" to provide a platform to accelerate the practical application of regenerative medicine
2017.02.08 Kazunori Kataoka is elected a foreign member of the National Academy of Engineering (USA), “For pioneering contributions to the design of supramolecular nanostructures and their application to drug and gene delivery systems.”
2016.09.30 Commencement of investigator-initiated clinical trial of stroke patients using HAL® for Medical Use (Single-Leg Model) ~Step towards the medical device approval and expansion of Cybernic treatment~
2016.06.23 Under the supervision of medical professionals, the manual for proper usage of HAL® for Medical Use (Lower Limb Type) has now been published ~ Commencement of the world’s first insured robotic treatment covered under general public health insurance ~
2015.10.13 KINGSKYFRONT concept images updated
2014.11.15 CYBERDYNE Inc. submitted final application for market clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) ~ the first DeNovo submission by a Japanese company for a “novel” medical device
2014.07.01 Johnson & Johnson Opens Tokyo Science Center
2014.06.23 Professor Kazunori Kataoka of the University of Tokyo and Center of Open Innovation Network for Smart Health (COINS) is selected by Thompson Reuters as a ‘highly cited researcher for 2014’.