Kyoto University (京都大学 Kyōto daigaku?), or Kyodai (京大 Kyōdai?) is a national university located in Kyoto, Japan.
It is the second oldest Japanese university, one of the highest ranked universities in Asia and one of Japan’s National Seven Universities. One of Asia’s leading research-oriented institutions, Kyoto University is famed for producing world-class researchers, including eight Nobel Prize laureates, two Fields medalists and one Gauss Prize.
The university has been consistently ranked the second best institute in Japan since 2008 in various independent university ranking schemes.
Kyoto University research articles from Innovation Toronto
- Regenerative Medicine: Regrowing functional joints in frogs – January 18, 2016
- Technology To Advance Stem Cell Therapeutics – November 16, 2014
- A simple and versatile way to build three-dimensional materials of the future – October 18, 2014
- To clean air and beyond: Catching greenhouse gases with advanced membranes – September 7, 2014
- Keeping the lights on | cascading power outages
- Scientists Create Sperm Bank for Endangered Animals
- New Breakthrough Prize Awards Millions to Life Scientists
- Duke researchers engineer cartilage from pluripotent stem cells
- Faster, Cheaper Gas and Liquid Separation Using Custom Designed and Built Mesoscopic Structures
- Fast, Cheap, and Accurate: Detecting CO2 With a Fluorescent Twist
- Computer-Brain Interfaces Making Big Leaps
- Matrix-style instant learning could be one step closer
- Plan B for Energy: 8 Revolutionary Energy Sources