LPIXEL brings its knowledge and expertise in advanced technology to the following projects to promote the development of scientific innovation in our society.
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Pathology Diagnosis Support System that uses Artificial Intelligence and Three-Dimensional Structure Information of Living Tissues
LPIXEL was selected to take part in the Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program, a project led by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Together with TCK Co., Ltd., LPIXEL is developing a system that utilizes laser ablation technology that will rapidly conduct a three-dimensional structural analysis of living tissues at nano-resolution.
Japan Science and Technology Agency
Constructing models to Confer Environmental Robustness by Developing Multi-omics Technology of Polyploid Species
LPIXEL, together with Kihara Institute for Biological Research, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and the University of Zurich, was selected to participate in CREST, a funding program by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). Our project is focused on constructing models to confer environmental robustness by developing multi-omics technology of polyploid species.
JST CREST encourages researches that trigger the reformation of social and economic structures.
LPIXEL was selected to partake in the ImPACT program “Planned Serendipity,” a project funded by Japan’s Cabinet Office.
The ImPACT program was established to create innovative scientific and technological innovations that will revolutionize various industries and our society as a whole.
Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
The development of AI-powered lesion detection and diagnostic support technologies in colonoscopy
This research is funded by the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development. LPIXEL is a joint research partner to the Jikei University School of Medicine.
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- Corporate Department, LPIXEL Inc.