Keio Research Highlights

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

July 27, 2017

Research highlights

Born before their time

Up to half of babies born before 28 weeks develop significant difficulties later in life: attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism, and... Read more

Foreign investment boosts productivity at home

There has been a backlash against globalization, as evidenced by the Brexit vote in the UK and the election of Donald Trump as US president, both... Read more


Keio news

Robotics: Ethical guidelines are published in Science for guiding the development of brain-machine interfaces

Health care: The effects of current revolutions in health care on society were explored in a symposium held at Keio and attended by over 500 participants

Prof. Tomita received the International Metabolomics Society Lifetime Honorary Fellow for the first time in Japan and Asia

Quantum computing: Registration has opened for a free online course on the exciting emerging field of quantum computers


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Life sciences

Keio researcher Ryo Sudo talks about his working in developing micro-thermofluidic devices for life science research

New directions in empirical research of humanity

The first International Keio University and University of Vienna (Universität Wien) Symposium was held at Keio

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The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is just three years away, and Keio University is well underway with making arrangements for the Team GB Preparation Camp

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