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Keio Research Highlights: Genetic citizenship mirrors local culture and concerns

October 29, 2020



Genetic citizenship mirrors local culture and concerns

The concept of "citizenship" first arose from recognition of the common experiences that groups of people share within national borders, but the term has since been extended to communities bound by quite different characteristics.
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Keio news

Professor Norichika Kanie of the Graduate School of Media and Governance has been selected to a panel of 15 scientists who will draft the 2023 Global Sustainable Development Report

Keio University Library Exhibition of Rare Books "Japanese Reading in Ancient Times and the Middle Ages"

Success in Stably Storing Ozone by Hydration in a World First -Improved Usability of Ozone Gas, which is also Effective against COVID-19 ー

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Keio University Hosts Online Symposium: "International Collaboration in Higher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic"

Announcement of the 25th Keio Medical Science Prize

Saving Vulnerable & Marginalized Populations with Real-World Innovations in Health Care

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