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Students Participation In Japanese Exchange Programmes Likely Affected By Japan Travel Ban

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STUDY INTERNATIONAL
 
Thousands of international students continue to be affected by Japan’s entry ban. According to Nikkei Asia, only 228 foreigners could enter Japan last November, three of whom were international students. Other stranded students have little choice but to endure remote classes...

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Japan's New University Entrance Exams Begin

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Japan's new unified university entrance exams started Saturday across the country as organizers took anti-coronavirus measures such as requiring test-takers to wear masks and disinfect their hands and ensuring that venues are well ventilated.
The exams, which replaced the National C...

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Japan To Ease Entry Restrictions For Foreign Students

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KYODO
 
Japan has decided to ease entry restrictions for foreign students, imposed to curb the novel coronavirus, possibly within this month, government sources said Saturday.
Japan also plans to fully lift the re-entry ban on foreign nationals who hold resident status as early as next month, acc...

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Study: Virus Reemerged In Japan In Mid-June

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NHK
 
Japanese researchers say they think the coronavirus continued to spread undetected in Japan after the outbreak was thought to have been contained in May.
The National Institute of Infectious Diseases earlier this week released the outcome of its detailed genetic analysis of the coronavirus...

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Japanese Woman Works To Give Impoverished Filipinos Path to Education And Jobs

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JAPAN TIMES
 
While in college, Takako Yamada was determined to brighten the days of impoverished Filipino children through sports and leisure activities — a right she believed some of them had been deprived of.
The student, now 32, said that at the time, she believed her efforts would lift burde...

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Japanese Government Announces Stricter Requirements For Foreigner Student Visas

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ROCKET NEWS
 
New rules aims to close loophole that lets language school students spend as much of the year working full-time as attending class.
Over the last decade, there’s been a surge in the number of Japanese language schools in Japan. According to the Ministry of Justice, the country now h...

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Medical Exam Data on 50 Million Patients To Be Integrated

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
The government plans to build the world’s largest medical examination database, collating records of medical exams and health checkups held by domestic medical institutions by around 2023, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned.
The government aims to create the big data set, comprised ...

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Breakthrough Discovery Lets People Detect Various Cancers Using Just Their Urine Sample

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ROCKE NEWS
 
This simple procedure can be done in the comfort of your own home, changing the world as we know it.
Early detection of cancer is paramount to successful treatment, and humankind is constantly racing to develop faster and cheaper detection kits.
The concept of using urine samples to ...

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Japanese Research Team Set to Redefine The Kilogram for The First Time in 130 Years

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ROCKET NEWS
 
This weighty physics revolution might just change the way you look at numbers.
Whether it’s losing weight for cosplay or gaining muscle to impress that special someone, our lives sometimes revolve around mass. To the most of us, the humble kilogram is nothing more than a unit of mea...

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Researchers Develop Thin Electronic Circuits For Skin

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
Ultra-thin electronic circuits that can be applied to human skin for extended periods of time have been developed by a team of researchers from the University of Tokyo, Keio University and other institutions.
According to the team, they improved ventilation properties by using na...

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