behind the scenes.
About the Office of Research Development and Sponsored Projects,
Faculty of Science and Technology
As well as compiling applications and disseminating information on public offerings of grants for research funding from sources both inside and outside the university, in representative cases of external research funding such as the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology（MEXT）Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, we also guide researchers through the entire process, from the hosting of application workshops to the submission of performance reports. In joint research projects sponsored by or carried out in partnership with the government, foundations, or the private sector, we are in charge of various matters, including accepting researchers, financial management, dealing with accounting, and inspections. For duties that entail research contracts and intellectual property, we liaise with the office of the Keio Leading-edge Laboratory of Science and Technology（KLL）. In addition, we are also in charge of managing an extremely popular endowed series of lectures by inviting external guest speakers from the business community and from overseas.
Our public relations activities include events such as the KEIO TECHNO-MALL（Keio Science and Technology Exhibition）organized by KLL for government officials and corporate executives, as well as the editing and publication of New Kyūrizukai [Easy Understanding of Science], a promotional magazine celebrating the contributions of researchers.
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Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio Universtiy
3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 223-8522, Japan
15min.walk from Hiyoshi Station（1km)
（Tokyu Toyoko・Meguro Line or Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line） *Tokyu Toyoko Line Ltd.Express trains do not stop at Hiyoshi Sta
10min.by taxi from Shin-Kawasaki Station（2km）
（JR Yokosuka Line）
Route passing through Hiyoshi Campus.
There is less traffic on this route, thus is relatively safe. There are stairs on the way.
Route walking along Tsunashima Road.
You don’t have to take stairs on this route, but watch out traffic.
*If you are driving to our campus, turn right / left at Nakanotani Intersection on Tsunashima Road.