Lab Equipment

  • Lab Equipment

Lab Equipment

We are fully equipped with over 370 types of shared experimental equipment that rival those of universities and pharmaceutical companies*.
Most equipment training, maintenance, and other facilities and committees are managed by iCONM, so startups don’t have to spend time or money on them.
*Some devices require advance reservations and charges.

CO2 Incubator

Temperature/CO2 controlled incubator.(PHCbi)


With cooling function, from bench top use to large high-speed centrifuges, etc.(KUBOTA、Eppendorf、TOMY)

in vivo optical imaging

Equipped with a water-cooled -90℃ CCD camera for ultra-high sensitivity luminescence and fluorescence imaging.(Perkin Elmer)

Real time PCR

The real-time PCR system enables high-performance multiplex PCR in all research situations.(ABi)


We provide everything related to analysis, including mass spectrometers, pretreatment, columns, HPLC, and software. (Agilent)

Fluorescence microscope

The design is based on ergonomics and pursues operational efficiency. Pursuing an efficient workflow by eliminating repetitive operations and the need for careful adjustments as much as possible.(Nikon)

Flow cytometer

Next generation high performance cell analyzer. Equipped with up to 5 lasers, it can detect up to 20 parameters simultaneously and perform multi-color analysis.(BD)


The most used system in the world for measuring the particle size and particle charge (zeta potential) of nanoparticles, colloids, and biomolecules.(Malvern)


The JEM-2100 is a 200kV general-purpose electron microscope that supports research and development in all fields from biology to materials.(JEOL)


The “FLEX” series is one of Bruker’s flagship models. The gold standard for protein sequence analysis, polymer analysis, etc.(Bruker)


Capable of specificity, affinity, kinetics, and concentration measurements of intermolecular interactions, low-molecular compound measurements, and immunogenicity tests.(Biacore)

3D micro X-ray CT

High-speed, high-resolution, low-exposure imaging. Since the amount of X-ray exposure to living organisms is low, long-term follow-up observation is possible, and the number of animals can be significantly reduced. (Rigaku)