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  • Carbon Capture Technology: Giving CO2 an Economic Value

    Carbon Capture Technology: Giving CO2 an Economic Value

    Today, large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions pose a further threat to the environment, especially at a time where global warming has become a serious problem. Toshiba, a world leader in deve …


    TAGS: Infrastructure Low-carbon society R&D Renewable energy Thermal power

  • Power of Young Minds, Power of Passion for the Future

    Power of Young Minds, Power of Passion for the Future

    Imagine if you were asked what technology would look like in two decades. Over 27 years, nearly 400,000 students in the U.S. and Canada, in ages ranging from kindergarten through 12th grade, have done …


    TAGS: CSR IoT R&D

  • Out of the Lab: No More Disappearing Balls in Baseball Night Games

    Out of the Lab: No More Disappearing Balls in Baseball Night Games

    When baseballs vanish in stadiums, blame the LED lights Sport stadiums everywhere are replacing high-intensity discharge (HID) floodlights with light-emitting diodes (LEDs). It’s the obvious way to go …


    TAGS: For life Project story R&D

  • Find in the blink of an eye: Ultra-fast data-matching technology

    Find in the blink of an eye: Ultra-fast data-matching technology

    Security cameras are everywhere: building entrances, convenience stores, the streets of our towns and cities; always vigilant, always on the look-out for crime. No one can doubt that they play a signi …


    TAGS: AI For life Image recognition IoT R&D

  • ROV Investigates Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3

    ROV Investigates Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3

    Purpose-built ROV explores interior of Unit 3 primary containment vessel It may be a midget but this remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) is an intrepid explorer. Weighing in at 2 kilos, measuri …


    TAGS: Nuclear power Project story R&D Robot

  • What’s Next for a Japanese Rugby World Newly Armed with ICT?

    What’s Next for a Japanese Rugby World Newly Armed with ICT?

    Science and sport have long been allies—but achieving a really strong partnership is more difficult in some sports than others. That’s certainly true of rugby, where the number of players and the spee …


    TAGS: Image recognition Interview IoT R&D Toshiba's people

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  • Generating power from a waterfall only as tall as a man:  Micro hydro broadens the appeal of hydropower

    Generating power from a waterfall only as tall as a man: Micro hydro broadens the appeal of hydropower

  • Bangladesh, the land of potential:  Toshiba’s “Ms. Bangladesh” shares her optimism

    Bangladesh, the land of potential: Toshiba’s “Ms. Bangladesh” shares her optimism

  • What’s Next for a Japanese Rugby World Newly Armed with ICT?

    What’s Next for a Japanese Rugby World Newly Armed with ICT?

  • Shaping a Better Society with Clay Animation

    Shaping a Better Society with Clay Animation

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