A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
September 29, 2016
Beauty is in the prefrontal cortex of the beholder
Electrically stimulating certain pleasure-sensing regions of the brain can change a person's subjective experience of beauty... Read more
Life-science laureates: Evolutionary geneticist Svante Pääbo and immunologist Tasuku Honjo receive The Keio Medical Science Prize 2016
Regional network: Academia, industry, and government representatives discussed the future of the digital economy in the Asia-Pacific
Legal win: More law graduates have passed the national bar exams from Keio University than from any other university in Japan
New Kyurizukai issue 22: Ken-ichi Tanaka uses mathematics to determine the best location and operating hours of commercial facilities
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Toru Sagawa studies fighting and reconciliation among pastoral communities in Ethiopia
Yuji Awano's laboratory is building integrated circuits made entirely out of carbon
Keio is the tenth most innovative university in Asia, according to Thomson Reuters' 2016 rankings
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