Research at Keio University’s many schools and centers cover a broad range of fields in the physical, natural and social sciences.
The research highlights are a selection of informative and accessible articles that engage the wider public with some of the groundbreaking research at the university.
Physics Nanometer-sized quantum dots whose color varies with temperature could be used for thermal
physics Improved coherent X-ray diffraction imaging makes it possible to analyze the internal parts
Medicine A critical regulatory protein offers a potential new opportunity for treating the frequent
Physics An electronic circuit made from isotope-engineered silicon creates a better basic unit for
chemistry A simple route to immobilizing nanoclusters opens up new possibilities in materials chemi
Chemistry A microfluidic instrument that can rapidly screen millions of electron-transferring enzym
Physics An innovative spinning-crystal technique allows researchers to peer inside objects in just
Physics Broken symmetries may provide a pathway to a unified theory of the Universe Published onlin
Biology A molecular process crucial to the postnatal development of the retina is uncovered by an i
Biology Two roles are performed by one protein to ensure the correct wiring of brain networks Publi