Brain training games that read the mind
New devices are letting us see how brain activity changes during tests and other activities, allowing researchers to tailor meditation techniques, productivity exercises, and even potentially help prevent dementia.
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Recycling excess inventories
Sometimes excess inventory can't be helped. But offloading this excess is hard to do without lowering the value of the overall product. But one company has found a way to do just that.
Electronic community currencies keep it local
Local communities are experimenting with their own electronic currencies, allowing residents and visitors to pay for everyday things more efficiently, and adopting these systems at a pace much faster than was thought possible a few years ago.
Companies rally behind disabled athletes
Hiring athletes with disabilities has proven beneficial for both the company and the employee, as future paralympians get support, training and funding, and the companies create a team spirit of their own.
Local foods, national appeal
Sake-based salad dressing and udon noodle soup stock are just some of the specialties that companies are coming up with the help local foods gain a wider audience while still preserving what makes these items unique.
How to make pure, synthetic quartz
Quartz is essential for modern technology, and demand is only rising. But natural quartz isn't good enough. And making the crystal synthetically is a long, precise operation that one Japanese company has mastered.
The workable search for a marriage partner
Like many parts of Japan, the city of Shikoku Chuo is hard-pressed to find enough workers, and many people are also hard-pressed to find a marriage partner. Now, the services that help find employees is using its toolbox to help people find love.