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Eyeing a new digital society where a variety of data will be better utilized for people’s lives and industrial activities, Japan and India have stepped up cooperation in the area…
Japan intends to produce its own forecasts of global farm production based on satellite observations, seeking to reduce reliance on agricultural data gathered by the U.S.
Sony Corp. is working around the clock to manufacture its in-demand image sensors, but even a 24-hour operation hasn’t been enough.
One day, resource-deprived Japan may no longer have to import its energy, nor rely on nuclear power or coal, thanks to a renewable source with vast potential: offshore wind power.
The world's largest fish seems to be offering a safe haven, ample food and perhaps a “free ride” to previously unknown tiny crustaceans.
A team of scientists at the Riken research institute has found a link between extended stays in a weightless condition and a decrease in immune cell production, which could impact…
Tucked into the tail end of the decade was Friday’s release of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s “Zero Emission Tokyo Strategy,” which unveils a blueprint for achieving net zero…
More and more unmanned cleaning robots are being used in Japan, mainly at public transportation facilities, amid severe labor shortages.
Kyoto has been Professor Oussouby Sacko's home for the best part of 30 years. A practicing Muslim originally from Mali, West Africa, nearly 13,500 km from Japan, he came here…
It is one of the nightmares of the "drone age": waves of unmanned aircraft overwhelming defenses to unleash death and destruction. An agency under Japan's Defense Ministry is…