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Special Report

Trends in the life science market are constantly changing. Rather than lagging in the development of reagents, we must take the lead. The Life Science Research Laboratories, which has achieved a series of landmark results in recent years, are promoting reforms so they can adapt to the times.

Structural Reforms at Life Science Research Laboratories
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The New Specialty Chemical Products Development Department based in Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture has one of the most outstanding development capabilities in Japan in the fields of functional polymers used as materials for lithium ion batteries and detergents used in semiconductor manufacturing processes. We will examine the aim of the New Specialty Chemical Products Development Department which responds to market demands and is about to lead the market based on the words of the leader.

Mission and vision of New Specialty Chemical Products Development Department Osamu Matsuda Senior Manager, New Specialty Chemical Products Development Department Initiatives for functional polymer Noriaki Okamoto Manager, New Specialty Chemical Products Development Department
Initiatives for semiconductor process materials Tsutomu Watahiki Assistant Manager, New Specialty Chemical Products Development Department
The information herein is information available as of the time of publication of this article (February 2016).
Special Report The first issue Life Science Research Laboratories
The information herein is information available as of the time of publication of this article (February 2016).