Cycling over the sea

· Euronews · Shimanami Kaido, Japan

In this episode of Adventures, we hop on bikes in our continuing exploration of Japanese islands. Denis Loctier, Euronews: “Did you know that in Japan, you can cross the sea on a bicycle? Small islands between Honshu and Shikoku are linked

Exploring Japan’s wonders by kayak

· Euronews · Miyajima, Japan

Our Japanese Adventures continue on Itsukushima – a small island in Hiroshima Bay, often called Miyajima, or the “Shrine Island”. Denis Loctier, Euronews: “It’s rather unusual to discover a famous landmark on a kayak, except if you’re visiting the Itsukushima Shrine,

Pilgrimage trail on Shikoku Island

· Euronews · Shikoku Island, Japan

A journey of discovery and enlightenment: our Japanese Adventures continue on the island of Shikoku with its 88 temples welcoming pilgrims from around the world. Shikoku, the smallest of Japan’s four principle islands, is encircled with sacred places of Buddhism.

Would-be ninjas nurture their inner warrior in Akame, Japan

· Euronews · Akame, Japan

Our Japanese Adventures begin on the Honshu island where the pristine forest in Iga Province is known as the birthplace of ninja. Ninja is the stuff of legends and many action films. Now, anybody can let out their inner ninja

Trailer: Japanese Adventures

· Euronews · Japan

This month, we embark on a quest for adventures in Japan! A place where legends come to life, where the sea can be crossed on a bicycle, where underground heat can be heavenly… …and underwater chasms beam with light. Join

New technology juices up the food industry

· Euronews · Cahir (Ireland), Zaragoza (Spain)

Pulsed electric field technology could revolutionise the way we process food – saving time, resources and nutrients. If you like your fruit juice fresh, your olive oil extra virgin and your cider aromatic, there’s good news: an electrifying new technology

New technology: destroyer or creator of jobs?

· Euronews · Fayoum, Egypt; Boston, USA

Workers across the world are increasingly aware of what many consider an existential threat to a wide array of jobs. Safe and efficient autonomous vehicles, for example, may make truck drivers obsolete in the not too distant future. At the

New drone technology wins Innovation Radar Prize 2017

· Euronews · Seville, Spain; Budapest, Hungary

A new drone is making a buzz across Europe: its technology means that risky industrial inspections can become safer and more cost-effective. What makes this particular drone the first of its kind is its sensitive telescopic arm. Designed by the

Sensors that make sense: from farming to water control

· Euronews · Cowdenbeath, UK; Almería, Spain; Southampton, UK; Aarhus, Denmark

Dairy farming has been a family affair at Parkend Farm in Scotland for three generations. But keeping an eye on the cows has never been easier. On his smartphone, Brian Weatherup receives automatic emails from the farm’s computer system, that

Plenoptic x-rays: an alternative to CT scans

· Euronews · Palaiseau, France; Lisbon, Portugal

“Computerised tomography – or CT Scans – have been one of the greatest achievements in medical imaging. But it can expose patients to potentially harmful doses of irradiation. Can we come up with a safer alternative?” Scientists in a European