science

The number of doctorate students in Japan is now almost half of what it was 17 years ago

Japan’s booming science industries might need workplace reform if they want to continue hiring qualified workers. 

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America gets a bad case of “crazy worms” from Japan

Ecosystems in America are going off the rails on a crazy worm.

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Japan’s JAXA wants to build a fuel processing plant on the surface of the moon

Project would lead to easier exploration of lunar surface.

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What’s going on in this crazy beautiful picture of Mt. Fuji?

It’s aliens, right?

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Kyoto Animation arsonist’s treatments yield major advancement in skin transplantation

At least he hasn’t been a complete waste of oxygen this whole time.

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Back to the Future II-style weather forecasts developed by Japanese universities

New system can provide highly accurate 30-minute rain forecasts that update in real-time.

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Toyama Prefectural University able to locate potential COVID-19 clusters from raw sewage

You too might be able to save lives just by staying regular!

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Giant undersea bug in Toba Aquarium poops for first time in two years

Apparently, eating a shark’s face alive will bind you right up.

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Japanese government proposes cyborgs and robotic avatars for all by 2050

Above diagram suggests Vegeta suits may be involved as well.

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Large bat species discovered to be breeding in Japan for the first time

Wildlife photographer discovers Japan’s first-ever baby Alashanian pipistrelle while observing bats near a local school.

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Time acceleration is occurring in Tokyo’s Skytree

Atomic clock confirms that Tokyo’s tallest tower is also its most futuristic.

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Japanese chemistry professor shows why three kinds of masks could be effective against the virus

A helpful science experiment shows that masks, whether bought in a store or made at home, can help protect you against coronavirus. 

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Japanese man accidentally creates ‘educational art’ with speakers and mahjong tiles

Something so simple turned into something so beautiful and yet educational!

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Brain-breaking optical illusion from Japan is a lie within a lie, truly amazing【Video】

Animation is the art of tricking the eye, but this is one trick we never would have noticed.

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Maker warns people not to drink Arabic Yamato glue to cure cancer

That’s just solid advice right there.

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Japan’s YouTube knife-maker is back at it again–this time with a knife made entirely of fungus

Wouldn’t you want to cook with a fungus knife?

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Does running like Naruto really make you faster? A YouTube science channel investigates【Video】

Experiments have been done before…but never with a gold medalist sprinter!

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How’s the fidelity of modern earphones when shoved up your nose?

Is one orifice still just as good as another? We find out!

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High school teacher’s summer vacation homework about appreciating life brings tears to our eyes

Now that is one of the coolest physics teachers around.

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Japanese teens develop anti-fart underwear that blocks smell and sound of flatulence

Because everyone farts.

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