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Keio Research Highlights: A life with terahertz waves

July 28, 2020



A life with terahertz waves

A fasciation with electromagnetic waves at the boundary between light and radio waves Read more

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Joint Research Coronavirus Task Force Established to Promote Research and Development of COVID-19 Vaccine for Mucosal Immunity Based on Genetic Findings of the Novel Coronavirus Disease

Keio University Global Research Institute (KGRI) Virtual Seminar Series

Projects for measures against COVID-19

Professor Tomoaki Okuda of the Faculty of Science and Technology will talk about measuring the droplets and particles generated during orchestral performances, on NHK World Newsroom Tokyo on July 29, 2020 [20:00~20:40]

Measuring droplets emitted by an orchestra to resume live performances

European University Institute and Keio University Conclude a Partnership Agreement

Human factors from Keio's Faculty of Science and Technology: Having human attributes at the source of every design

Painting a Picture with Words: Interpreter Harnesses Creativity to Convey What AI Cannot, Miho Hashimoto, Interpreter

COVID-19 Research Expertise Listing

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