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Spring filter with long working life
Spring filter with long working life
 
April 20, 2015

At the Manufacturing Business Matching Fair, Monobe Engineering exhibited the Mono-MAX Filter, a newly developed filter with a very long working life. Developed with support from a Japanese Government program, this large spring filter uses Monobe’s precision processing technology. To…

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Material Development for reversible control of magnetism and superconductivity upon photoirradiation
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Material Development for reversible control of magnetism and superconductivity upon photoirradiation
April 19, 2015

At Keio University, the Inorganic Materials Chemistry Laboratory focuses on two main research projects: “Fabrication of photofunctional materials,” and “development of diamond electrochemical sensors”. “The words “photofunctional materials” may be difficult to imagine. Let us think about a solar panel….

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Systems Chemistry with the Nanocluster Ensemble
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Systems Chemistry with the Nanocluster Ensemble
April 18, 2015

The Keio Institute of Pure and Applied Sciences, commonly referred to as KiPAS, was launched as one of the projects to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Faculty of Science and Technology at Keio University. At KiPAS,…

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Low-cost Prosthetic Limb Socket Manufacturing Technology
Low-cost Prosthetic Limb Socket Manufacturing Technology
 
April 17, 2015

At the Manufacturing Business Matching Fair, Kowagishi Laboratory exhibited technology that makes offering prosthetic limb sockets possible at prices lower than before. This technology, developed with support from the Japanese government, is used to first form a plaster model based…

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Strategic Research to Solve Conjectures in Arithmetic Geometry
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Strategic Research to Solve Conjectures in Arithmetic Geometry
April 16, 2015

As one of the projects to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the founding of Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology, the University has launched the Keio Institute of Pure and Applied Sciences, commonly referred to as KiPAS. At KiPAS,…

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Newly developed automotive motor shaft, with half the weight of conventional products
Newly developed automotive motor shaft, with half the weight of conventional products
 
April 15, 2015

Akiyama Manufacturing, with support from the Japanese Government, has developed an automotive motor shaft that weighs half as much as conventional products, by utilizing a hollow structure. “One big feature of this product is, it weighs about half as much…

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Aiming to make many contributions to society through soft materials with new functionality
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Aiming to make many contributions to society through soft materials with new functionality
April 14, 2015

Within the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the Faculty of Science & Technology at Keio University, Atsushi Hotta’s research lab is investigating soft materials that are crucial to materials science, regarding polymers including plastics and elastomers, and composites that are…

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Grinding-free machining technology for thin sheet-metal components
Grinding-free machining technology for thin sheet-metal components
 
April 13, 2015

At the Manufacturing Business Matching Fair, Yamagishi-SS exhibited technology that enables grinding-free high-precision machining of heat-treated high-hardness materials. Developed with support from a Japanese Government program, the technology achieves the difficult task of picking up thin disks and cutting them…

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System Medicine and Medical Care Hub Creating the Global Standard for Health and Longevity
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System Medicine and Medical Care Hub Creating the Global Standard for Health and Longevity
April 12, 2015

As one of the projects to commemorate the 75th anniversary since the founding of the Faculty of Science and Technology at Keio University, Keio Innovation Foundry, commonly referred to as KIF, was launched to promote innovative research projects as collaborations…

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Researching Ultra-Low Power Interface Circuits Driven by Compact Energy Harvesting Elements
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Researching Ultra-Low Power Interface Circuits Driven by Compact Energy Harvesting Elements
April 11, 2015

The Ishikuro Laboratory of the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering of the Keio University Faculty of Science and Technology is researching interface circuits that operate on a nanowatt level and can be driven with compact, energy harvesting elements. “My…

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