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The whole body of a “cave lion,” a creature believed to have gone extinct about 10,000 years ago, was found in Siberian permafrost soil, Jikei University School of Medicine…
A Japanese team won second prize in an international race to accurately map the ocean floor using autonomous exploration robots, competition organizer XPrize Foundation announced…
Japanese high school senior Reo Okajima has won an award for a haiku in the Sustainable Development Goals category of a Haiku Festival at the United Nations International School…
A panel of experts has called for all university and technical college students in Japan to be given beginner-level education on artificial intelligence.
The government plans to establish a national information center (NIC) to create a database of Japanese universities and students’ academic credentials in English for overseas…
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach on Monday hosted a group of students from the Tohoku region to discuss its recovery from the March 2011 earthquake and…
Japan will seek to increase the development of talent proficient in artificial intelligence to 250,000 people a year, up from just a few thousand today, according to a government…
Computer programming will become a mandatory subject in Japan's elementary schools from April 2020, as the country seeks to train a new generation in highly sought information…
Introducing e-sports, or competitive video gaming, as an after-school extracurricular activity remains controversial in Japan.
Serious efforts to introduce Japan’s college of technology system in Asia will start this year with the aim of assisting students in becoming leading engineers in emerging…