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July 7, 2020 Japan’s Fugaku supercomputer, co-developed by the government-backed Riken research institute and Fujitsu Ltd., has won the world’s top spot in computing speed and three other performan...

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June 9, 2020   Social confusion has arisen over an interim report on May 28 by the National Institute of Technology and Evaluation on verification tests of candidate alcohol replacements to disinfec...

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April 13, 2020   Crewmembers aboard the Theodore Roosevelt and three other U.S. Navy nuclear-powered aircraft carriers have been found infected with the novel coronavirus. Given that U.S. carriers e...

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April 6, 2020   On March 16, Kyushu Electric Power Co. shut down Unit 1 of its Sendai Nuclear Power Station in Kagoshima Prefecture, western Japan. As the deadline for completing an anti-terrorism f...

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February 17, 2020   A nuclear power plant that meets Japan’s new safety standards, known as the toughest in the world, is equipped with a filter vent to filter out radioactive materials in the event...

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January 21, 2020   On January 17, the Hiroshima High Court ordered Shikoku Electric Power Co. to suspend Unit 3 of its Ikata Nuclear Power Station in Ehime Prefecture, endorsing three Yamaguchi Pref...

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September 30, 2019   In the Speaking Out #620 column, Tsutomu Toichi, senior adviser at the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan, took up drone and cruise missile attacks on oil facilities in Saudi ...

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September 24, 2019   The Tokyo District Court has acquitted all three former executives of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holding Inc. of professional negligence resulting in death over the TEPCO Fuku...

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January 21, 2019      On January 18, Hitachi Ltd. announced its board’s decision to freeze a project to build a two-reactor nuclear power station on Britain’s Anglesey Island. The decision came as...

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November 18, 2013       Since a brief visit to the Onkalo (a Finnish word meaning cave) underground facility for disposal of high-level radioactive waste in Olkiluoto, Finland, former Prime Ministe...

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