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A food steamer 2.0.
A food steamer 2.0.
For the first time, researchers have mapped the inside of a pyramid using cosmic rays
For the first time, researchers have mapped the inside of a pyramid using cosmic rays
Mapping illegal fishing via a new high-tech satellite system
Mapping illegal fishing via a new high-tech satellite system
U.S scientist is turning locusts into cyborg bomb detectors
U.S scientist is turning locusts into cyborg bomb detectors
Scientists have discovered that applying an electrical current to the brain can improve people&# ...
Scientists have discovered that applying an electrical current to the brain can improve people’s vision temporarily
The Japanese liquefied hydrogen supply chain.
The Japanese liquefied hydrogen supply chain.
Green Leaves Inspire Eco Friendly Modern Tableware and Provide Material for Traditional Plates
Green Leaves Inspire Eco Friendly Modern Tableware and Provide Material for Traditional Plates
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Japanese company has developed a format that allows smartphones to fold open like a book
Japanese company has developed a format that allows smartphones to fold open like a book
Innovative container ship
Innovative container ship
Ferry ride from Haneda airport to Akihabara in works
Ferry ride from Haneda airport to Akihabara in works
If you’re reading this on your computer right now, chances are you AREN’T one of the vast groups ...
If you’re reading this on your computer right now, chances are you AREN’T one of the vast groups of people lacking electricity (and therefore light) in the world. The Infinite Light is for them! Designed as a replacement for dangerous kerosene lamps, ...
A 60 Terabits per second internet cable connecting the US and Japan is about to go live
A 60 Terabits per second internet cable connecting the US and Japan is about to go live
AI may be listening more than you think
AI may be listening more than you think
A new anti-bacterial packaging doubles the shelf-life of perishable food
A new anti-bacterial packaging doubles the shelf-life of perishable food
Turning windows into signboards Tokyo glassmaker uses diamonds to create projection-friendly glass.
Turning windows into signboards Tokyo glassmaker uses diamonds to create projection-friendly glass.
Eat from a paper hotpot
Eat from a paper hotpot
New technology measures heart rate of person on video
New technology measures heart rate of person on video
Apple Developing ARM-Based Mac Chip to Handle Low-Power Functions
Apple Developing ARM-Based Mac Chip to Handle Low-Power Functions
NHK Builds 2MW Solar Plant, Cuts CO2 Emissions at Its Broadcast Station
NHK Builds 2MW Solar Plant, Cuts CO2 Emissions at Its Broadcast Station
Spider drinks graphene, spins web that can hold the weight of a human.
Spider drinks graphene, spins web that can hold the weight of a human.
A New Battery-Free Cellphone That Works by Harvesting Power From Ambient Radio Signals
A New Battery-Free Cellphone That Works by Harvesting Power From Ambient Radio Signals
New batteries that copy the human intestine structure could store 5 times more energy.
New batteries that copy the human intestine structure could store 5 times more energy.
Origami reshapes structural engineering
Origami reshapes structural engineering
Scientists discovered a new way to get cancer cells to kill themselves off
Scientists discovered a new way to get cancer cells to kill themselves off
Japan researchers develop AI that detects toxic gas
Japan researchers develop AI that detects toxic gas
This Startup’s electric car may not ‘beat Toyota’ but it will turn heads
This Startup’s electric car may not ‘beat Toyota’ but it will turn heads
Scientists are offering a US$1 million prize to anybody who can solve a fiendishly complicated t ...
Scientists are offering a US$1 million prize to anybody who can solve a fiendishly complicated twist on a classic chess problem called the Queen’s Puzzle.
An inconvenient truth about China’s green car industry.
An inconvenient truth about China’s green car industry.
$43.49
Elago Aluminum USB-C Hub with Memory Card Reader
Elago Aluminum USB-C Hub with Memory Card Reader
Japanese firms shift to clean energy despite state’s cling to nuclear power
Japanese firms shift to clean energy despite state’s cling to nuclear power
Scientists might have figured out why you’re always thirsty before bed
Scientists might have figured out why you’re always thirsty before bed
Sharp develops bendable OLED panel
Sharp develops bendable OLED panel
A New Kind of Liquid That Can Push Itself Along a Flat Surface
A New Kind of Liquid That Can Push Itself Along a Flat Surface
Toyota has big ambitions for ‘partner robot’ business
Toyota has big ambitions for ‘partner robot’ business
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Toyota new car: Setsuna is made entirely of wood
Toyota new car: Setsuna is made entirely of wood
Japanese engineers develop robotic arm made of helium balloons
Japanese engineers develop robotic arm made of helium balloons
A new way to print on paper using light (time to throw away those ink cartridges)
A new way to print on paper using light (time to throw away those ink cartridges)
$400
Next “Gran Turismo” the first to support Sony’s PlayStation VR headset
Next “Gran Turismo” the first to support Sony’s PlayStation VR headset
Over 30,000 Published Studies Could Be Wrong Due to Contaminated Cells
Over 30,000 Published Studies Could Be Wrong Due to Contaminated Cells
Used smartphones gaining popularity in South Korea.
Used smartphones gaining popularity in South Korea.
Ancient Chinese Ink Could Hold a Surprising New Way to Kill Cancer Cells
Ancient Chinese Ink Could Hold a Surprising New Way to Kill Cancer Cells
A 25-year-old PhD student at the University of Melbourne in Australia, has developed a star-shap ...
A 25-year-old PhD student at the University of Melbourne in Australia, has developed a star-shaped polymer that can kill six different superbug strains without antibiotics
Isuzu designs truck based on honeycomb
Isuzu designs truck based on honeycomb
A motor via printing technology
A motor via printing technology
A Portable House
A Portable House
Scientists Have Tried First-Ever Gene Editing Directly Inside a Patient’s Body
Scientists Have Tried First-Ever Gene Editing Directly Inside a Patient’s Body
The BL1502A silence blender
The BL1502A silence blender
Your Mobile Phone Can Give Away Your Location, Even if You Tell It Not To
Your Mobile Phone Can Give Away Your Location, Even if You Tell It Not To
Waxing nostalgic over vinyl records
Waxing nostalgic over vinyl records
Japanese Fujitsu Develops Payments Technology for Cryptocurrency Trading
Japanese Fujitsu Develops Payments Technology for Cryptocurrency Trading

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