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Cultivating big data from space
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Cultivating big data from space
New service uses satellite images to help land users such as farmers choose the best land for their needs
No space for debris
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No space for debris
Japanese company develops world-first tech to remove satellite parts and other debris floating in space
Flying cars prepare for takeoff
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Flying cars prepare for takeoff
Japanese companies among those developing zero-emission electric 'air taxis'
Space shooter game has glaucoma in its sights
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Space shooter game has glaucoma in its sights
Novel smartphone game app quickly tests users' eyesight as they have fun blasting asteroids
Painting an alternative solar system
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Painting an alternative solar system
Japan startup develops eco-friendly coating that can turn almost anything into energy source
Zapping parasites with ‘pulse power’
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Zapping parasites with ‘pulse power’
New tech making sashimi safe through bursts of electricity offers potential beyond seafood
Mice cloned from freeze-dried cells
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Mice cloned from freeze-dried cells
Japanese university finds innovative way to preserve genetic material, protect biodiversity
Asia’s first ‘horizontal spaceport’ readies for liftoff
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Asia’s first ‘horizontal spaceport’ readies for liftoff
Oita Airport commences countdown for continent's first satellite launch from aircraft in mid-flight
Researchers coat robotic finger with self-healing skin
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Researchers coat robotic finger with self-healing skin
Dermis-covered digit could point toward a future of ultra-real bots and prosthetics
Cheaper and more efficient rare earth metal recycling
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Cheaper and more efficient rare earth metal recycling
“Emulsion flow” technology offers potential to revolutionize reuse of rare earth materials
Farming sea fish on land
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Farming sea fish on land
Japanese scientists are using electrolyte-boosted fresh water to farm sea fish on land
The world’s first unmanned amphibious ship
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The world’s first unmanned amphibious ship
Japanese researchers have tested an unmanned and remotely operated amphibious ship
Researchers make semiconductor nanocrystals from rice husks
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Researchers make semiconductor nanocrystals from rice husks
A research group in Hiroshima is using rice husks to manufacture “quantum dots” for next-generation LEDs
The diversity potential of augmented reality sport
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The diversity potential of augmented reality sport
The augmented reality sport of Hado helps people of all ages and abilities play together
Smartphone device enables detection of eye disease
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Smartphone device enables detection of eye disease
A Tokyo startup has developed an affordable and portable device to detect eye disease
Man-made shooting stars on demand
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Man-made shooting stars on demand
A Japanese firm wants to use space tech to amaze people and protect the Earth

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