A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
May 31, 2018
A chance to slow neurodegeneration
A molecular pathway that becomes active in vulnerable subpopulations of neurons in people with the debilitating neurological disease... Read more
Solving the bucket challenge for remote-controlled excavators
The tsunami that struck the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in March 2011 caused radioactive cesium to leak into... Read more
Biological anthropology: Study of skulls suggests that humans' superior social and planning skills may have given them an evolutionary advantage over Neanderthals
Biomedicine: Keio and Fujifilm researchers have developed imaging technology that promises automated diagnosis of tumor malignancy and drug resistance
Medicine: Clinical tests are underway to evaluate a drug for treating a genetic hearing impairment, which was found using stem cells
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