Keio Research Highlights

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

February 25, 2016

Research highlights

Locating people using radio waves

Keio researchers have devised a way to accurately locate an individual's position using only a remote antenna by exploiting the way that the human body interacts with radio signals... Read more

A gentler approach to remote control

Remotely controlled devices offer a safe way to perform hazardous tasks, such as bomb disposal or activities in radioactive areas... Read more


Keio news

Time travel: Toru Yamaguchi is bringing forgotten memories of Keio University back to life with a new smartphone app

Call for nominations: The Keio Medical Science Prize 2016 welcomes nominations for outstanding researchers in medicine and the life sciences

Highly cited: Kenya Honda and Masaru Tomita rank among the world's most influential scientific minds according to Thomson Reuters

Xenophobia and the New Middle Class: Historian and sociologist Emmanuel Todd spoke to a packed lecture hall on religion, family and politics in France


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Team Great Britain will use Keio University's sports facilities to train for the Tokyo Olympics 2020

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