Keio Research Highlights

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

July 28, 2016

Research highlights

A bit of chaos benefits light-driven devices

Researchers usually try to avoid structural flaws when constructing photonic devices that manipulate, amplify, and switch signals from light... Read more

Dimming the lights on cancer cells

A stimuli-responsive fluorescent polymer could become a useful diagnostic tool for identifying diseased cells... Read more


Keio news

Japan's post-war constitution: Keio-Harvard workshop on the intricacies of constitutional politics, past, and present

Upcoming event: Joint Symposium on Regenerative Medicine and Longevity to be held on August 20, 2016

TEDx Keio High School: Students share their best ideas on diversity, forestry, and information technology

Global medicine: "Internationalization is no longer an option. It is a must," says ophthalmologist Kazuo Tsubota


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Quantum machine learning

MIT professor Seth Lloyd presents the case for automatic pattern recognition using small-scale quantum computers

Foreign languages

Ikumi Waragai advocates an interdisciplinary, student-focused approach to learning new languages

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Keio University and Fuji Xerox have built the first 3D printer that can duplicate the external and internal structures, colors, and materials of any object

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