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July 30th, 2003
A week in Japan tech
Life Sciences: Research projects to develop devices and equipment through the use of nanotechnology and biotechnology are increasingly being launched by industry-academia alliances. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., the Tokyo Institute of Technology, the Nara Institute of Science and Technology, and Osaka University are jointly developing a large-capacity memory device that uses protein circuitry. Olympus Optical Co., Toyobo Co., Shimadzu Corp., Kaneka Corp. and Nipro Corp. have teamed up with the NIAIST to create a research committee for finding ways to bring nano- and biotechnology products to market.
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