Keio Research Highlights

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

October 27, 2016


Western roots in Japanese manga

Hello Kitty, Pac-Man, and Doraemon are some of Japan's best-known exports from its manga, anime, and gaming culture... Read more

Mind over machine

Junichi Ushiba works in the science-fictional world of brain-machine interfaces, but he doesn't like the term 'cyborg'... Read more


Keio news

Experience Japan: Find out all the different ways that you can study and work in Japan on November 19, 2016

Open house: Take part in two days of workshops and exhibitions at the SFC Open Research Forum 2016 in Tokyo Midtown

Keio Techno-Mall 2016: Meet the architect of Japan's 2020 Olympics stadium and learn how computers can fool the human brain

Biotech anniversary: The Institute for Advanced Biosciences celebrated 15 years of research, from spider silk to extra-terrestrial intelligence


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Did you know?

Yoshinori Ohsumi, who received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, is the seventh Keio Medical Science Prize laureate to win a Nobel

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