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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
3D-printing quality food for seniors
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3D-printing quality food for seniors
Food 3D printers could create tasty and safe food for seniors while also helping caregivers
How to grow potatoes using AI
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How to grow potatoes using AI
Softbank and Calbee Potato are using data and AI to boost potato yields up to 1.6 times
Freezing food with liquid to perfectly preserve taste
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Freezing food with liquid to perfectly preserve taste
Using liquid rather than gas for freezing means even sushi and sake tastes great when thawed
Helping developing countries digitize their currencies
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Helping developing countries digitize their currencies
A Japanese fintech startup says its system reduces the risk from hacking to one in 50 billion transactions
New artificial soil is ready for crops in one month, even on the moon!
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New artificial soil is ready for crops in one month, even on the moon!
“High Performance Soil” developed by a Japanese start-up has dramatically shortened the time it takes to prepare soil for crops.

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