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Japanese marine shipper Nippon Yusen has opened a facility in the Philippines that monitors ships for breakdowns and disrepair by analyzing real-time data through artificial…

Mitsubishi Chemical will build a new factory in Taiwan next year to boost supply of semiconductor materials for Taiwanese producers, Nikkei learned on Monday, the latest…

Scientists say Japanese eels can likely climb a waterfall that drops 46 meters, a finding that could offer clues in helping to combat dwindling numbers of the endangered species.

As the pandemic forces more companies to transact business online, hackers and other digital thieves are getting bolder, spurring Asia to embrace blockchain technology as a way…

Faced with declining numbers of honeybees, farmers in Japan are turning to a special breed of flies to pollinate crops.

Faced with the popularity of the Line chat app in home-bound Japan, Katsuhiko Kawazoe, head of research and development planning at Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, has been…

An online column on using physics for novel coronavirus countermeasures run by The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) has become a hit with readers, despite its discussion of…

A team of researchers from Kyoto University and Toyota Motor is making solid progress developing next-generation battery technology that has the potential to cram far more…

Hitachi Ltd. said Wednesday that the firm and a subsidiary of Canada’s Bombardier Inc. will supply 23 high-speed trains to an Italian railway operator for services in Spain under…

From horse-drawn carriages to the invention of cars, ships and air balloons, history shows that the change in human mobility happens only around once in a century.