School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo Department
of Applied Chemistry
|Advanced information processing using integrated
circuits (IC, LSI) has led the IT revolution. Integration of chemical
processes using microchips is expected to make similar progress
in science, technology, industry and daily life. However, a current
circumstance does not allow a wide application of the integration
technology, since the device such as chips and detectors have not
yet been commercially available.
Integration technology and tools for the chemical processes were
developed by Kitamori laboratory at the Tokyo University, and Kitamori
Integrated Chemistry Project at Kanagawa Academy of Science Technology
as a result of their research and development.
We have an intention to supply the integration technology and the
tools for researchers as much as possible, and spread the ICL (
Integrated Chemistry Lab.) technology to the fields of environment,
biochemistry, clinical diagnosis, pharmaceutical science, food science,
agriculture and biology as their general-purpose tools for analysis.
In addition, the technology will be a processing system for the
ultra fast / parallel analysis of microquantity. By offering ICL
technology, we hope to contribute to the social welfare.