A taste of the important research and scientific developments from Keio University, Japan's oldest institute of higher education.
February 26, 2019
Gut bacteria can cause liver cancer
Bacteria in the gut alter fat in the body which promotes the risk for liver cancer
Genes and congenital disorders
Mutations in one gene can manifest as a multi-organ disease
Keio to Begin World First iPS Clinical Trial for Spinal Injuries
The Fourth Issue of Jitsugaku, A Print Publication of The Online Platform Keio Research Highlights
The Call for Nominations: The Keio Medical Science Prize 2019
Yukichi Fukuzawa Memorial Day
Transmitter/Micro-Satellite Developed by the Graduate School of System Design and Management Launched into Space on an Epsilon 4 Rocket
Keio University Research Related Data 2017 Released
Chancellor Merkel Visits Keio University for Dialogue with Keio Students
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Elucidation of Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Atmospheric Aerosols
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