A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
August 31, 2017
Drug helps blood vessels but leaves lurking cancer cells
When given to patients newly diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer, the drug bevacizumab reduces the density of blood vessels in tumors but... Read more
Chromosomal chaos gives cancer a survival advantage
Resistance is a vexing problem in the world of cancer therapy, with many patients either failing to respond or... Read more
Comparative genomics: How tardigrades can live in extreme environments
Quantum computing: Silicon isotopes promising for realizing revolutionary quantum computers
Biochemistry: Mechanism uncovered by which metal ions breathe life into proteins [PDF]
Ergonomics: A new bench induces a sense of happiness
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A free online course on Chinese-Japanese relations viewed through rare books is underway but still open to new learners
A Keio alumnus won the first Olympic medal by a Japanese athlete after World War 2
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