A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
November 26, 2015
The secret to successful aging
A large study of the elderly in Japan has found that having low levels of inflammation in the body is the most important predictor of a long and healthy life... Read more
Disseminating research: Public launch of Keio's new 'Pure' web portal
Keio Techno-Mall 2015: Shop for ideas, from wireless, battery-less portable devices to ultrasonic cleaning
Safer society: Radio-wave-based sensors to monitor and protect the elderly
Filtering information: Masahiro Yukawa applies mathematics to noise-free signal processing
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Community health empowerment
Miki Akiyama connects people with the information and community resources they need to make informed decisions about their health
Dynamic cellular behavior
Hitomi Sano uses computer simulations to elucidate the mysteries of life
Keio University Hospital treats an average 3,000 outpatients and 800 inpatients a day, and performs 14,000 surgeries a year
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