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Japan's space agency says it has reestablished communication with its moon probe, confirming that the spacecraft made it through the cold lunar night for the third time. (NHK)

A study led by the University of Tokyo using medical data from the United States has found that women patients experience lower mortality rates and other health benefits when treated by female doctors compared to male doctors.

An initiative led by Japan's Information-Technology Promotion Agency has seen the signing of a memorandum of understanding in Germany aimed at mutual data sharing concerning electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

A new service that allows household appliances to communicate the status of personal vehicles through voice alerts has been unveiled by Nissan Motor Co. and Panasonic.

Odakyu Electric Railway has launched an experimental demonstration using XR technology at the newly installed "Shinjuku Southern Terrace Vision" large screen near the south exit of JR Shinjuku Station.

Nonprofit organizations play a crucial role in addressing various societal needs.

Following a record year of bear attacks on humans, the Ministry of the Environment has added bears to the list of "Designated Management Wildlife," which qualifies for national support in capturing these animals.

A research group from Kyoto University has reported that family members of patients with cardiovascular diseases, such as strokes, are at a higher risk of developing depression.