Serendipity Lab is a global virtual network of leading scientists who develop serendipity-enabling technologies to revolutionize biology and medicine, in particular methods and applications centered around the Image-Activated Cell Sorting technology. It is mainly composed of, but is not limited to leading scientists in pacific countries. The Lab is finacially supported by JSPS Core-to-Core Program and White Rock Foundation with its headquarters located at the University of Tokyo in Japan, while research projects conducted in the Lab are financially supported by various funding agencies such as KAKENHI, KISTEC, Nakatani Foundation, Konica Minolta Foundation, Takeda Foundation, Ogasawara Foundation, JST, Casio Foundation, PMTPF, and Kurita Foundation. An additional theme covered by the Lab is the development of high-throughput, high-content, or high-dimensional bioanalytical technologies (e.g., fluorescence microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, microfluidics, deep learning) for a novel class of biomedical applications. Another important function of the lab is to produce next-generation global leaders by providing students and young scientists with interdisciplinary research opportunities in a globally competitive environment.