A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
September 29, 2017
Tarantula toxin reveals channel function
A structural analysis of how a toxin from tarantula venom disrupts electrical signaling proteins could help pave the way for new drugs to... Read more
Shaking up cell culture
A gentler method for removing cultured cells from their dishes that enables harvesting of stronger and healthier cells has... Read more
Astronomy: Black hole that is 100,000 more massive than the Sun discovered in Milky Way
Medicine: Awardees of 2017 Keio Medical Science Prize announced
World's first successful transmission of ultrahigh-definition (4K) videos through a newly defined wavelength band named T-band
Media design: Metalimbs wins award at emerging-technologies event
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