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Power plants heading out to sea in post-Fukushima Japan

ONE of the biggest hurdles to building new power plants in Japan is finding a place that’s safe from earthquakes and tsunamis. That place may turn out to be 30 miles at sea.

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Fukushima’s future lands at feet of ex-PM’s daughter

YUKO OBUCHI, the 40-year-old daughter of a former premier, was appointed last week as Japan’s first female trade and industry minister, one of five women Prime Minister Shinzo Abe named to his new cabinet.

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Top Bicol science scholars recognized

FORTY-THREE scholar-graduates, who recently finished their degrees with honors and placed high in their licensure exams, were recognized by the Department of Science and Technology–Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) during the celebration of the 2014 Southern Luzon Cluster Science and Technology Fair in Legazpi City, Albay.

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