As expanding the market of microfluidics / microstructure devices in the biotechnology or life science fields, the demand for development of high volume manufacturing technique has been increasing. As one of the solutions, we have been developing a process to fabricate these devices on larger-format glass substrates.
MRAM (Magnetic Random Access Memory) is expected to be one of the few candidates for next-generation non-volatile memory that has the potential to deal with increases in leakage current due to the miniaturization of DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) and reduce standby power consumption. … Recent Developments in MRAM Mass-Production Technology
Accelerators are a technology used in a wide variety of fields that have been producing excelent results in re- search on the origin ofthe universe, cancer treatment, and analysis of the structure of mater. … Development of Niobium Superconducting Cavity