Shimadzu Corporation (President: Akira Nakamoto) has partnered with Hokkaido University (President: Hiroshi Saeki) to commercialize new real-time tumor-tracking technology being researched by Professor Hiroki Shirato and Professor Masayori Ishikawa of Hokkaido University for use in next-generation high-precision radiotherapy. This joint development program has now successfully produced a prototype system.
Compatible with New Methods of Communication and Equipped with New Functionality That Expands the Scope of Applications
Shimadzu Corporation (President: Akira Nakamoto, situated in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan) and Shimane University (President: Hiroki Yamamoto, situated in Matsue City, Shimane, Japan) have signed a joint research agreement for neonatal mass screening using tandem mass spectrometry. (Research period: October 15, 2011 to March 31, 2013.)
As part of its efforts to promote globalization and to enhance the sales and service structure in southern African markets, Shimadzu Corporation's wholly owned subsidiary in the United Arab Emirates, Shimadzu Middle East & Africa FZE (SMEA), established a wholly owned sales subsidiary, Shimadzu South Africa (Pty) Limited (SSA), on October 1 in the Republic of South Africa (RSA), which boasts Africa's largest economy.
Compact Spectrophotometers Precisely Measure Even Highly Concentrated Samples or Samples in Near-Infrared Region
Newly Developed Software Is Easier to Use, Displays 8 Observation Images, Offers Improved 3D and Other Functionality
- To provide even higher-speed pharmacokinetics tests and synthesis confirmation in drug discovery processes using LC/MS -
Donate 50million yen and Radiographic mobile x-ray system
Shimadzu corporation announced its support for the relief efforts for
the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku region of Japan.
The details of relief package;
This is to announce the recipient of the 30th annual Shimadzu Award and recipients of research and development grants, which were decided in the December 6 board meeting of the Shimadzu Science Foundation (Board Chairman, Michio Okamoto).
The foundation was established in 1980 with an endowment from the Shimadzu Corporation for the purpose of funding and promoting research and development in science and technology. It has principal assets of about 1 billion yen. Shimadzu Awards are primarily awarded to meritorious individuals (*) that have achieved significant results in basic research of scientific measurement. R&D grants are primarily awarded to young researchers (*) involved in the basic research or development of scientific measurement.
The recipients of the 30th annual (2010) Shimadzu Awards and R&D grants are as follows: