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Computer simulations using the Fugaku supercomputer pinpointed medications to treat tapeworm and other parasites as being possible candidates against COVID-19 infection.

Everything was going well for innovative entrepreneur and restaurateur Haruki Odajima — or so it seemed until the coronavirus pandemic swirled across the country earlier this…

Japan's MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings will begin offering a service to analyze the risks climate change pose to companies, Nikkei has learned.

Getting products from one place to another with as little human contact as possible is becoming an imperative for businesses as retailers, warehouses and transport providers adapt…
In Japan, it’s sometimes said that the eyes speak as much as the mouth. Perhaps the proverbial phrase captures the essence of the nation’s affinity for face masks, a relationship…
Irradiation from deep ultraviolet LED light renders the novel coronavirus inactive, according to what could be trailblazing research.
A startup developed a system to quickly predict how flooding could affect surrounding areas, pairing artificial intelligence (AI) with drone technology.

Japanese technology company Fujitsu will cut its office space in Japan by half over the next three years, Nikkei has learned, a move that may herald a new trend among large…

The new coronavirus is upending one of Japan's most basic business conventions -- the exchange of business cards.

Sony's PlayStation has won hundreds of millions of fans across the world since its launch in 1994. But few know just how much of the console's success can be…