In 1953, Watson and Crick revealed the double helix structure of DNA. Over sixty years later from the discovery, it has been still shining brightly as a historical huge landmark not only in science, but also in medicine, art, etc. Furthermore, the curtain in biology rises for new fields of science and technology including industries.

In our laboratory, we study unsolved biological problems in terms of applied physics toward elucidating the nature of life and developing the state-of-the-art technology.