Tsukuba

Tsukuba

(tso͝oko͞o`bä), city (1990 pop. 143,396) Ibaraki prefecture, central Honshu, E central Japan, 31 mi (50 km) S of Mito. The city's products include peanuts, mushrooms, tea, processed foods, sake, and housewares. It is the site of Tsukuba Science City, a research and technology center. The government began planning the science city in 1963 as a center dedicated to scientific research and as part of a strategy to decentralize Tokyo. It served as the site of Japan's science exposition in 1985. The city houses 46 national research facilities, including the National Laboratory for High Energy Physics. The Univ. of Tsukuba is located there.
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Bosses in Japan said staff did not check the schedule and the service from Tokyo to Tsukuba city set off at 9:44:20 instead of 9:44:40.
This deviant train ran along the Tsukuba Express line, according to the company's statement via SoraNews24.
hereafter KCCS), has started joint research with the University of Tsukuba to develop an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system capable of detecting melanoma and other skin diseases by analyzing digital images of a patients skin.
KCCS is working with Professor Manabu Fujimoto and Assistant Professor Yasuhiro Fujisawa, both from the Department of Dermatology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba, to develop an image-recognition system accurate enough to distinguish several types of skin malignancies, including melanoma.
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a Kitakyushu-based company that manufactures industrial robots, in cooperation with the University of Tsukuba, the newly-developed machine looks like a treadmill.
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An amazing opportunity came my way while I was at Utah State--I attended the University of Tsukuba in Japan for spring break.
The Hybrid Assistive Limb, or HAL, is a powered exoskeleton suit developed by the Sankai Lab at Tsukuba University in Japan.
We want to make technology that actually helps people," Sankai, who is also a professor of engineering at the University of Tsukuba, northeast of Tokyo, said.