A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
May 26, 2016
Beaks of canny crows adapted to tool use
The unusual beak shape of the New Caledonian crow is an adaptation to the smart bird's use of tools... Read more
Measuring the tremors of an earthquake-savvy public
Everyone in Japan knows what to do when the Earth begins to shake... Read more
MOOC on Japanese culture: Take a guided tour of Keio University's collection of rare and ancient books with Takahiro Sasaki
June conference: Elsevier and Keio University to host a regional conference on maximizing research impact and collaboration
Memorial lecture: Shinya Sugiyama introduces the "King" and "Demon" of Japan's electric power industry in the early 20th century
International law: Symposium organized by Keio University Law School reviews global trends in dispute resolution
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Hiroaki Onoe manipulates materials into artificial muscles, shape-changing systems, and soft, bendable robots
Junya Nishino gives his undivided attention to North and South Korean politics
Keio alumna and cardiovascular surgeon, Chiaki Mukai, was the first Japanese woman in space
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