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Stunning images of Earth from SHIZUKU satellite
4-July-2012

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has released some observation images on the Earth acquired by the Global Change Observation Mission 1st – Water “SHIZUKU” (GCOM-W1).

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Nanotech News & Events: High-temperature superconductivity starts with nanoscale electronic oases
25-June-2012

The latest edition of Nanotech News showcases new technologies and events for nanotechnology researchers. Please note: in July 2012 Nanotech News will become the new "Nanotechnology Platform Program" under the support of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology (MEXT).

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ASEAN, Canada underscores 35 years of partnership
12-June-2012

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Canada has underscored its 35 years of strong and sustained partnership in the 9th ASEAN-Canada Dialogue held on June 7 to 8 in Bangkok, Thailand.

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UK Science and Innovation Team in Japan - May newsletter
12-June-2012

This month’s article is “A Road Toward Sustainable Recovery”, looking at the proposal to establish a large-scale biobank in North East Japan.

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Thailand Humanoid Soccer Championship 2012
11-June-2012

In a number of recent Hollywood hit films, robots do all kinds of spectacular things, from battling it out in boxing rings to saving the world from alien invaders. Seagate Technology is helping university students in Thailand bring those futuristic visions a little closer to reality.

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