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Murata Cheerleader Robots Dance in Synchronization While Balancing on Balls
Murata Cheerleader Robots Dance in Synchronization While Balancing on Balls
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September 25, 2014

Murata Manufacturing recently unveiled a team of 10 robots called the Murata Cheerleaders, which dance in formation while balancing on top of balls. The Murata Cheerleaders are Murata’s fourth generation of robots, following the bicycle-riding MURATA BOY in 1991, the…

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Superconductivity, ultrasound, microbubbles, and mechanical dynamics
Superconductivity, ultrasound, microbubbles, and mechanical dynamics
 
September 16, 2014

At Keio University, the Sugiura Laboratory, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering (Faculty of Science and Technology) is investigating various phenomena through analysis and experiment. These phenomena involve coupling between electromagnetics and mechanical dynamics, as well as nonlinear dynamics. Currently,…

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Efficient robotic components under development using fundamental mechanism research
Efficient robotic components under development using fundamental mechanism research
 
August 26, 2014

At the Morita Lab in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Keio University Faculty of Science, researchers are advancing with research and development of unique robots from the perspective of mechanisms, control, skill, and an integration of each of…

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Computer Architecture for the Use and Application of Big Data
Computer Architecture for the Use and Application of Big Data
 
July 15, 2014

The Matsutani Lab in the Department of Information and Computer Science of Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology is researching interconnection networks on a variety of scales ranging from large-scale data-center networks for Big Data to micro-networks such as…

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Targeting a Robotic Brain Capable of Thoughtful Communication
Targeting a Robotic Brain Capable of Thoughtful Communication
 
July 4, 2014

The Hagiwara Lab in the Department of Information and Computer Science of Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology is trying to realize a robotic brain that can carry on a conversation, or in other words, a robotic brain that…

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Measuring NMR signals in fuel cells using small planar coils
Measuring NMR signals in fuel cells using small planar coils
 
July 2, 2014

At Keio University, the Ogawa Laboratory, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, is working to establish technology for measurement inside fuel cells. The aim is to enable stable electric current generation in fuel cells, which…

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Analytical Research on Cell Response Mechanisms Related to Diseases
Analytical Research on Cell Response Mechanisms Related to Diseases
 
June 26, 2014

At Keio University, the Imoto Laboratory, in the Department of Biosciences and Informatics, utilizes research methods from molecular biology and cell biology, primarily chemical biology, to analyze cell control abnormalities related to cancer and neurodegenerative disorders at the level of…

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Investigating electrochemical reactions in ionic liquids
Investigating electrochemical reactions in ionic liquids
 
June 2, 2014

In the Department of Applied Chemistry at Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology, the Katayama Laboratory is doing research in the field of electrochemistry. One aspect of the Lab’s research is investigating electrochemical reactions in electrolytes called ionic liquids,…

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Challenges for the ultimate added value: Advanced nanometer-scale manufacturing technologies
Challenges for the ultimate added value: Advanced nanometer-scale manufacturing technologies
 
May 26, 2014

From astronomical telescopes to household-use cameras, from aircraft to cellphones, from semiconductor devices to medical instruments… All kinds of optical, mechanical, and electronic products are manufactured using high-precision manufacturing technologies. The precision of manufacturing technology has advanced from the micrometer…

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Signal processing technology to extract required information from image, sound, and biometric signals
Signal processing technology to extract required information from image, sound, and biometric signals
 
May 23, 2014

At Keio University, the Mitsukura Laboratory, in the Department of System Design Engineering, researches how to extract required information from biometric , image, audio signal data. To achieve this, the researchers utilize technologies such as signal processing, machine learning, pattern…

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