A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
June 23, 2016
Chain-walking chemistry installs new carbon bonds
Inspired by a reaction that has become a mainstay of polymer synthesis, Keio University researchers have discovered a novel way to construct small organic molecules... Read more
Preserving more than words
Surrounded by floor-to-ceiling bookshelves filled with ancient scrolls, original manuscripts and rare artworks, Takahiro Sasaki reflects on his career...Read more
Literary travels: Anna Ogino narrates her way from sixteenth-century French literature to Japanese rakugo-style comical storytelling
Sense of space: Hideyuki Tokuda describes how advanced sensing technologies are being embedded into intelligent infrastructure
Music through the years: Rehearsing and performing with a century-old orchestra
Keio medicine: Grooming physician scientists through fundamental research and clinical medicine
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Masamichi Ogawara examines the political discourse of Keio University founder Yukichi Fukuzawa
Takuya Satomura assesses the vulnerability of brands to deceptive imitation
115 Olympians and Paralympians call Keio University their alma mater
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