Keio Research Highlights

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

February 23, 2017

Research highlights

Making light of a dark matter

Dark matter could be made of heavy and light subatomic particles... Read more

Sealing the deal on leak-proof cells

Skin cells are held together by their unusual 14-sided geometry... Read more


Keio news

Call for nominations: The Keio Medical Science Prize welcomes nominations of outstanding researchers in the medical and life sciences

Davos talks: President Atsushi Seike called on universities at the World Economic Forum to prepare students for a fast-changing world

Black holes: Keio researchers catch the tail end of a black hole wandering through cosmic clouds in the Milky Way

Cybersecurity symposium: Learn how governments, industries, and academics will make the virtual world more secure


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