A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
June 29, 2017
Molecular jostling affects diffusion at cell membranes
Molecular dynamics simulations have revealed that the diffusion of key biomolecules at cell membranes changes dramatically over short time scales... Read more
Future tech will read everything in your eyes
For the foreseeable future, making cutting-edge wearable tech will be about analyzing eye gaze and the muscles around your eyes... Read more
Aging society: There is an urgent need to adjust social systems and expectations to today's longer life expectancies, argues Keio economics professor Kohei Komamura
Robotics: Keio researchers are producing a device that literally gives users an extra pair of hands
Mathematics: Pure mathematician Takeshi Katsura talks about how he entered the world of math
Neurobiology: Keio School of Medicine researchers clarify the role of the glycoprotein Reelin in the brain
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