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The government plans to build a central database to strengthen the monitoring of remote islands that define Japan’s territorial waters and exclusive economic zone.
The Fukushima Prefectural Government is leading a collaborative effort involving companies from different industries and a robotics testing field to invent a flying car.
Inspired by new ultrathin solar panels developed for satellites, a project led by Toyota Motor Corp. is experimenting with a sun-powered Prius that it hopes will one day operate…
A two-day test for a future space elevator linking Earth and a space station ended in Minamisoma, Fukushima Prefecture, on Sunday.
Autonomous delivery robots are expected to be tested on public roads before this fiscal year ends in March, it has been learned.
Video game developers in Japan are searching for ways to drive the next stage of growth and play catch-up with foreign peers in an industry that is changing at light speed with…
Japanese companies are breaking into three-dimensional bioprinting, creating artificial tissues, chips that store genetic information and man-made blood vessels to replace shunts…
Nearly half of leading Japanese companies have budgeted record amounts for research and development, a Nikkei study finds, as they race against bigger-spending global peers to…
Japan's government will play a greater role in developing the nation's geothermal power resources, seeking to lower the barrier for private-sector investment in this lagging area…

Competitors come together in effort to boost mobility innovation.