Nippon Sheet Glass has developed automotive glass that blocks out almost all ultraviolet rays.
Italian clean energy company ENESSERE has designed a new line of smart wind turbines that seek to make turbines a more viable source of clean energy.
Scientists have found a way to induce ‘reverse photosynthesis
Japan’s technology farming revolution
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Samsung prepares for post-smartphone age
JAL plans Japan’s first waste-to-fuel plant
Scientists Are Set to Mass-Produce The Active Compound Found in Magic Mushrooms
How About Human Hair Be Used to Clean Up Oil Spills?
Vending machine operators seeking new features to attract consumers
Making a vase out of the bottle – Upcycling.
Edward Snowden is developing a device that can prevent radio-snitching for your iPhone.
Japanese autoparts manufacturers are turning their attention to fuel cell vehicles.
Punctureless (not need for air) bicycle tires
The World’s First Soft Tissue Synthetic Retina
Samsung’s new phone unlocks with iris scanner
Korean shipbuilding industry, Jump into the eco-friendly ship research
Honda plans battery recycling network as hybrids take off
Robots with human-level intelligence (The Singularity) by 2029 , according to Google.
This motion-activated light is a bright, strobing LED that also includes a variable screech alarm!
Airtight, hand-operated storage system catches on in Japan.
Researchers have developed a pill that can produce ‘exercise-like’ results on muscles and metabolic health.
Scientists Have Figured Out How to Detect Nuclear Materials Up to 1 Km Away
Global powers vying for leadership in robotics, driverless cars, Iot and AI
No. 2 cryptocurrency Ethereum plunges 50% in 4 weeks
Scientists Have Created The Largest Ever Virtual Universe Inside a Supercomputer
First solar powered public bus operates in Tibet
Australian scientists have figured out how to embed light-emitting nanoparticles into glass
Heat-assisted storage technique could give you 10 times more space on your computer’s drive.
This tiny device the size of a postage stamp that can kill 99.99 percent of bacteria in water in just 20 minutes.
South Korean team wins license for renewable energy-powered island project in Singapore
The future of e-payments, thanks to made-in-Japan technology.
Fujitsu develops sensor device that quickly measures gas components in people’s breath
Toshiba’s new tech to make flash memory cheaply
Panasonic to release deodorizing hanger
Toyota looks to turn new compact SUV into global flagship
Japan tries to chip away disused solar panels, anyone?
This $130 Million ‘Hyperloop Hotel’ Would Let You Travel Between Cities in Luxury Rooms
Seawater used to receive terrestrial digital broadcasting signals
Gravitational wave rumors ripple through science world
A New Hyperloop Aims to Connect Amsterdam And Paris by 2021
Sharp discusses solar business feasibility
A Solar Powered “Forever Drone” Might Replace Our Satellites
An Instrument You Can Play With Your Mind
12 Sheep Pastured at 1.8MW Solar Plant
Adhesive Solar Phone Chargers
Altoids Mini Minty Gaming Console
Holograms go mainstream, with future full of possibility