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Photonics Electronics Technology Research Association (PETRA), an association of Japanese companies and research laboratories, announces its innovative silicon photonics I/O core comprising transceivers
FPT is Platinum sponsor at the Cloud Days Spring Japan 2015, which is held at the Prince Park Tower, Tokyo on March 12th and 13th, 2015.
Platform provided for ASEAN and China to offer high-quality and attractive Japanese products overseas Osaka, Japan (PRWEB) March 05, 2015 Takashimaya
VIENNA, March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mr Minoru Yoshizumi, President of Hitachi Aloka Medical Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, is pleased to announce the release of EggQus, an extraordinary
DENSO Corporation veteran to lead company’s automotive strategy Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) March 04, 2015 UIEvolution,
New Prototype Enables Developers To Immerse Players in Amazing Virtual Worlds TOKYO, March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- At the 2015 Game Developers Conference held in San Francisco, Sony Computer
TOKYO, March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
SAITAMA, Japan, March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Art Olympia is an open art competition held as a biennial event with the goal of discovering talented artists around the world and supporting
From March 3 - 6, 2015 Pioneer Millworks’ reclaimed wood will be exhibited at the ACM Show at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, a premier sustainable building event. Portland,
Plans to aggressively scale Tokyo office, offering Japanese advertisers sophisticated, self-service retargeting technology SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
The Japanese Alps are a major weather component and dictate a lot of weather patterns in Japan. The first is when Typhoons move northward and impact Japan. If they remain on the eastern side of the Alps they will bring very heavy rain to the capitol region of Tokyo along with very strong winds. In the winter the Alps create two types of climates at the same latitude. On the Western side near the city of Kanazawa Japan, the winters can be long and harsh with snowfall amounts in the feet....
Image Credit: Joshua Kelly Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in the country of Japan. It does have a large impact on the weather in the region. The first impact is shown in the image to the left. This is known as a cap cloud as it sits snuggly on top of the mountain. This feature can be indicative of strong turbulence in the area for aviation purposes. The second impact that Mt. Fuji can have is the winter weather in the Tokyo area. When storm systems come in from the west they tend to...
Typically when you think of tornadoes you think of the Plains of the United States. Japan does get tornadoes but most are associated with Tropical Activity. On May 5th 2012, the storm which produced this tornado was not associated with a Typhoon. It was more of a super-cell type thunderstorm. Videos and images available shown the tornado had a wide base. The damage left behind indicates that it could have been a strong storm approaching the middle of the Enhanced Fujita Scale. The storm...
Tokyo is located in the Central part of Japan. On the Eastern shore of Japan is Tokyo Bay which connects to the Pacific Ocean. Just outside Tokyo Bay runs a warm ocean current which plays a role in the climate of Tokyo. Temperatures for Tokyo Japan: Average temperatures for the months of January through March range from the 30’s in January upwards to the 50’s by March. April starts the season of spring and the temperatures range from the 50’s to the 70’s. The months of July...
The Frilled shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus, is a primitive shark species, of the family Chlamydoselachidae in the order Hexanchiformes. The Southern African frilled shark is a proposed new species from the Southern African range. These two species are very different from the other hexanchiform sharks, and it has recently been proposed that the two frilled sharks should be given their own order: Chlamydoselachiformes. Additional extinct types are known from fossil teeth; thought to be...
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