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Nitto Denko to pioneer in organic electronic device research in Singapore

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Date Published:3/5/2009 02:03:37 PM

Nitto Denko Corporation , a leading diver sified materials company, opened the Nit to Denko Asia Technical Cent re (NAT
Nitto Denko Corporation , a leading diver sified materials company, opened the Nit to Denko Asia Technical Cent re (NAT) , the company''s second center in Singapore to spearhead and manage its R&D operations . The center focuses on integrated organic electronic device development, making Nitto Denko the first company in Singapore to pioneer R&D in this area . The event was officiated by Mr Lim Chuan Poh, the Chairman of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). Situated in the recently - opened Fusionopol is, NAT will under take the company' s Integrated Organic Optoelectronic Sensing Device Project in collaboration with the A*STAR Data Storage Institute (DSI), A*STAR Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Nit to Denko plans to invest S$10 million over the three -year research term. The choice to situate NAT at Fusionopolis was a strategic decision to enable the centre to tap the rich expertise in physical science and engineering available at Fusionopolis, as well as the biomedical research expert is eat the near by Biopolis. Organic or plastic electronics is a new area of growth identified by the Economic Development Board of Singapore (EDB) , as part of Singapore''s strategy to promote new activities in the rapidly-changing high-tech industry. In 2007, electronics ac counted for almost 30 per cent of manufacturing output and about 7 percent of Singapore''s GDP. Organic electronics will complement and diversify existing activities in Singapore''s electronics industry, and will ensure that electronics continues to be an important pillar of Singapore''s economy.Air Max 90 Ultra Moire

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