Subjects: Science, general
Incubation of Prototyping Centre by Nitto Denko Asia Technical Centre in A*STAR
Nitto Denko Asia Technical Centre (NAT) will be expanding its Singapore base to include a prototyping centre in Singapore. The centre will be pioneered at A*STAR's Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) under a unique Lab-in-RI programme.
Japan Firms More Reliant On Talent From Elsewhere In Asia
TOKYO (Nikkei)--Japanese companies increasingly depend on experts, such as engineers and researchers, from other Asian countries for growth. [Comments: The article moves into discussing various approaches of Japanese companies such as Uniqlo Co, Toray Industries Inc., IHI Corp., Sasebo Heavy Industries Co., and Nitto Denko Corp.]
Enabling Low Cost Consumer Photonics Devices
“To help with the transition of the company into the next-era, we created this Singapore Laboratory Center. The key is transformation. We are combining our fundamental materials and platform technologies, in order to create new products,” says Dr. Visit Thaveeprungsriporn, General Manager, Nitto Denko Asia Technical Centre. “It’s like innovating the products.”
Reinforcing Organic Electronics Research & Development
The Nitto Denko Asia Technical Center (NAT) located at Fusionopolis in Singapore where much R&D is carried out. NAT is a branch of Nitto Denko's core tech center in Japan; and in relation to its other worldwide R&D centers, NAT undergoes product development utilizing fundamental R&D developed in Japan and the US.