A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
April 28, 2016
Simulation solves Venus atmosphere mystery
A detailed simulation of the Venusian atmosphere explains, for the first time, some of its mysterious features... Read more
Plastic-munching bacterium found
The discovery of a bacterium that feeds on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) has been hailed as a potential international breakthrough... Read more
Earthquake rescue: Keio University Hospital sends trained medical staff to disaster-affected areas in Kumamoto
Medical alliance: The world's first cyborg robot to assist patients receiving spinal cord regeneration therapy
Translational medicine: Ministry accredits Keio University Hospital as a core national center for clinical trials
June conference: Elsevier and Keio University to host a regional conference on maximizing research impact and collaboration
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Takahira Yamaguchi develops intelligent programs to help robots think, feel, and move
Kaori Yagasaki listens to the needs of cancer patients to improve nursing care
Keio researchers determine the optimal workweek for over 40-year-olds to be 3 days long
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