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In India, approximately 70 per cent of the population uses water not from taps but primarily that from under the ground. Leaching into it are harmful substances such as agrochemical residues, the arsenic of Himalayan ore veins, and hexavalent chromium produced from leather tanneries. This contamination has come to be seen as a societal problem, having caused health problems for as many as 50 million people.
Panasonic Corporation recently developed a recycling technology that simultaneously sorts and collects three types of plastic - PP, PS, and ABS - from shredded dust produced at home electronics appli...
Panasonic HIT(R) Solar Cell Achieves World's Highest Energy Conversion Efficiency of 25.6% at Research Level
The high conversion efficiency was achieved at a research level using a HIT solar cell of a practical size. ...
- Apr 16, 2014
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The first ballast water management system using in-line electrolysis in Japan is filter-less and designed to help save costs and space. ...
"Nanoe" effectively breaks down PM2.5 components and inhibits growth of fungi attached to Yellow SandExperiments conducted by Panasonic Corporation in test environments have proven that Panasonic’s “nanoe” (*1) or nano-sized electrostatic atomized water particles produced by ...
New printing technology can form a precise solder pattern on a circuit board enabling a component as small as a piece of lead for a mechanical pencil to be attached to the board. Smartpho...
Overall power output of Panasonic’s HIT solar power generating system does not degrade even when the system is operated with high system voltages under high temperature and high humidity. ...
Japan is now in the midst of an unprecedented pet boom. A public opinion survey shows that 34.3%(*1) of respondents have a pet, and other research shows that 72%(*2) of the pet owner respondents keep...
Smartphones and smart tablets are very convenient tools that provide easy access to information wherever you are and whenever you need it. They also offer intuitive operation. Smartphones that fit in...
Smart media, smart phones, smart TVs, smart tablets, we are surrounded by a lot of "smart" devices, and other smart devices may be introduced into our life even tomorrow. On the other hand, as the d...
First, let's ask a basic question. What are robots? Robots were first presented in a Czech language science fiction play called "R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) in 1920 and can be said as the clos...