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Articles tagged "Japan"
Now there are only thousands more to go.
NEC said it will rental plans for its PaPeRo robot will run as low as less than ¥10,000 per month.
Over a million dolphins, whales, and porpoises have been slaughtered by Japanese hunters over the last seventy years.
If East Asian nations come together, the cost of climate adaptation goes way down.
What about renewables, you ask?
The long tail of Fukushima reaches all the way to British Columbia.
To contain radioactive water from spilling into the Pacific Ocean, Japan is building an ice wall around the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Japan aims to fight online addiction with government-backed internet fasts.
It's the future, but first it has to fly.
Ever wonder what playing soccer would look like if you were a robot? Of course you have. Now wonder no more.
Tepco, the plant's operating authority, is still struggling to contain the mess, let alone stabilize it long term.
China views the unveiling of the new ship, which is the third in its class, as intentionally provocative.
While Japan tops some life expectancy lists, pay attention to who's getting counted.
Getting hand surgery to improve your fortune is a trend–but it's not as popular as exoticizing Japan.
Breakthrough could speed up drug testing, or lead to massive mice revolt.
Two new consumer robots have been built to respond to human body odors. They may be the worst products ever created.
His newly-translated novel envisions a Japan wrecked by complete economic collapse, abandoned by the international community, and on the cusp of being invaded by North Korea
It's Australia versus Japan in an upcoming hearing at the United Nations to cease whaling in the Southern Ocean.
Hopefully Japan's trend towards getting serious about taking care of endangered species will continue.
The earthquake that devastated the east side of Honshu in 2011 is still causing damage through a process called soil liquefaction. Basically, the ground moves and floods unexpectedly.
Japanese geologists have found a cache of rare earth elements buried in high concentrations in sea mud.