Keio Research Highlights

A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.

January 21, 2016

Research highlights

Icy cages hold a clean energy secret

Unconventional sources of natural gas, such as so-called 'flammable ice' reserves located in the Sea of Japan, may soon find wider use thanks to carbon capture technology... Read more



Motion sensors for sporting excellence

As a young man, Yuji Ohgi spent several hours a day in the swimming pool perfecting his stroke. These countless hours of practice paid off...Read more


Keio news

New Year's resolve: President Atsushi Seike renews Keio's commitments to society and learning

Good accounting: Eri Yokota develops systems and structures for managing large organizations

Quantum spin physics: Kazuya Ando is theoretically unraveling spin current for next-generation electronic devices

High achievers: Keio tops list of successful test takers of the Certified Public Accountant Examination for 41 consecutive years


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Of the 48 copies of the Gutenberg 42-line Bible known to exist in the world, the only copy in Asia is held in the Keio University Library collection

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