Japan has allocated $173 million for the project.
In the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, Japan has been seeking alternative methods of energy generation. Kyocera’s floating solar farm at the Yamakura Dam reservoir is one such project, a 13.7 MW plant that will be the largest of its kind in the world. It’s all a part of Japan’s push to pioneer the future of energy.
Immense, mile-high city-pyramids with millions of inhabitants. Solar power stations on the Moon to feed an energy-hungry world. Cities under the sea, and cities atop the sea, drifting in the currents and altering the political landscape of the world. These are just a few of the ambitious future dreams of Japan’s Shimizu Corporation.
Watch this humanoid robot move in response to its surroundings.
Soon, we may have a *permanent* fix for baldness.
And it will cost more than $8.1-million.
The digital currency world is moving forward.
A Japanese panel has approved the use of modified human eggs for gene manipulation.
The idea of vertical farms that offer fresh vegetables served on-site is catching on across Japan.
Japan is making a bullet train with an exterior that blends almost perfectly with the surrounding environment.
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