The world first smartphone cooler that can also be used as a charger.
Coral reefs: Tomorrow’s renewable power stations?
Nissan tests self-driving car for 1st time on public road in Japan
Japanese venture uses LED tech to triple soybean yield
Back To The Future: DeLorean Aerospace Is Working on an Actual Flying Car
Japan’s space agency exploring new ways to make jet planes quieter
Japanese firms pitch technologies for next-generation cities in New York
AI to catch market manipulators
The Solar Express can take you to Mars in 2 days.
‘Paradigm’ shift in data analysis promises change
A new synthetic fertiliser could help farmers to save money, boost food production and reduce planet-warming emissions
Panasonic, UMC join to make advanced power-saving memory
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A new Wi-Fi system that’s 3 times faster
Thanks to this new design your next car could be its own airbag.
Mazda announces breakthrough in long-coveted engine technology
Here’s Why Mexico Is in One of The Worst Possible Places For Earthquakes
Ferry ride from Haneda airport to Akihabara in works
Some Amazon Echo Devices Are Spontaneously Laughing … Weird.
Scientists find your peripheral vision might be an optical illusion.
Scientists create artificial muscles which could allow robots to lift 1,000 times their own weight
Scientists use technology to find a hidden face in Degas’s Portrait of a Woman
Meet Modern Meadow: A no-slaughter leather startup
Nissan Motor will debut an electric vehicle in China priced about 30% less than existing models.
Elon Musk Just Announced His Solar Roofs Will Have “Infinity Warranty”
Amelia as your first Digital Employee
Better batteries to beat climate change.
Memories can be inherited, and scientists might have just figured out how
Toyota showcases humanoid robot that mirrors user
Japan firms to mass-produce blood-clotting treatment from stem cells
Zero-Waste Supermarket Got Rid of All Packaging, Plastic and Big Name Brands.
5G mobile communications in Japan.
Nanokiller: Dragonfly wings can rip apart bacteria without antibiotics
Japan has begun collecting old mobile phones and other small devices to create medals for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Computers, not humans, to scan carry-on bags in U.S. airports in the future.
A Water Pump System That Makes Child’s Play of Obtaining Well Water
Solar-powered phone-charging at Toranomon Hills in Tokyo
The ESA’s Rosetta comet orbiter has found complex, solid organic molecules in dust particles lending credence to the theory that organic compounds, or even life itself came from the stars.
23 science facts that were discovered in 2016
Scientists have developed the first low-cost system for splitting carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide and oxygen
Here are some signs that your cat will probably live a long life.
New Casio weather notification clock.
Heat-assisted storage technique could give you 10 times more space on your computer’s drive.
The first elephant to receive a prosthetic leg
A “robot priest” coming up next?