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Precious Metals for Medical Device Components

Real needs from patient are most importantly to develop the new medical devices.The key to develop the new medical devices is combination of technologies.We think that the PGM alloy application for medical device components are increasing.Now, we are developing the new alloy and new process to apply to new medical device.

Professional Chemist

M.D.,Ph.D.(Dr.Eng.) Terumitsu Hasebe Professor & Chairman
Depertment of Radiology
Tokai University

Chihiro Nakanishi GM of Bio Chemical Development Dept.
Dept.Mgr, of Medical Component Dept.
Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo

Bonding Technology of AuRoFUSE™ and Its Future Development

By using AuRoFUSE™, heat dissipation and thermal expansion issues are resolved, enabling miniaturization and lower costs compared to existing products. Adoption in various applications is expected including LED Illumination in harsh environments such as refrigerated warehouses as well as automotive illumination.

Professional Chemist

Toshinori Ogashiwa,Dr.ENG Metallic Materials Development Department
Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo

SEMICON West 2016 Report "Future is Flexible"

SEMICON West is North America’s biggest international exhibition of semiconductors, MEMS, and other related industries. This year, "flexible technologies" became an important topic. We will pursue the potentials of flexible technologies, which are expected to support the industry moving forward.

Professional Chemist

Takao Enomoto Chemicals Materials Development Department
Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo

Michel Ciesinski President & CEO
FLEXTECH GROUP

J.Devin MacKenzie Professor
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

Janos Veres Program Manager
PARC

Flexible Touch Panel Sensors Using SuPR-NaP Printing

Collaboration between industry, academia and government develops technology for manufacturing transparent flexible substrates with ultrafine wiring of 0.8 microns wide.

Professional Chemist

Hitoshi Kubo Chemical Materials Development Department
Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo

Dr. Tatsuo Hasegawa Professor
THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO
AIST Flexible Electronics Research center

"Smart textiles" to evolve our lives

Surpassing conventional concepts, a new method of producing conductive textiles has arrived. This new technology employs silver nanoparticles to evolve and enrich our lives.

Professional Chemist

Dr. Taeyoon Lee Professor
YONSEI UNIVERSITY

Dr. Jaehong Lee YONSEI UNIVERSITY

Gold with a modified shape supports simple diagnostic methods

By using gold, a precious metal, in in-vitro diagnostic kits, diseases and other conditions can easily be identified. Watch the video for more information on anticipated convenient diagnostic methods that use nano-size gold particles and the technologies that make them possible.

Professional Chemist

Dr. Hisahiko Iwamoto R&D Department
Diagnostic Kit Business Unit
Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo

Future Power Generating System using Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

In the renewable energy sector, dye-sensitized solar cell (DSC) has been a recent focus of considerable attention for its potential to generate large amounts of electric power at low cost. DSCs have properties that differ from those of earlier solar cells. What kind of future will DSCs lead to?

Professional Chemist

Dr. Hiroshi Segawa Professor
THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO

Dr. Satoshi Uchida Professor
THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO