Home > News > A week in Japan tech
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.
State-of-the-art online system unveiled to pinpoint metrology software accuracy March 27th, 2015
SUNY POLY CNSE to Host First Ever Northeast Semi Supply Conference (NESCO) Conference Will Connect New and Emerging Innovators in the Northeastern US and Canada with Industry Leaders and Strategic Investors to Discuss Future Growth Opportunities in NYS March 25th, 2015
NXP and GLOBALFOUNDRIES Announce Production of 40nm Embedded Non-Volatile Memory Technology: Co-developed technology to leverage GLOBALFOUNDRIES 40nm process technology platform March 24th, 2015
Building shape inspires new material discovery March 24th, 2015