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We established Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories in 2006 to serve as the core R&D center for the Fujifilm group. This laboratory complex brings together scientists and engineers from group companies to collaborate on research and development. Fields include organic synthesis, thin multi-layer coatings, precision micromachining, lens design, lasers, printing, and image processing.
Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories is structured as a group of interconnected laboratories. The Frontier Core-Technology Laboratories focuses on cutting-edge technologies with the potential to transform the future. The Synthetic Organic Chemistry Laboratories concentrates on high-performance organic materials for a broad range of applications. The Advanced Marking Research Laboratories seeks innovations in printing technologies. The Life Science Research Laboratories and Regenerative Medicine Research Laboratories explores new possibilities in biochemistry, pharmaceuticals and related life science areas where Fujifilm is seeking strong growth.
|Address||577-1 Ushijima, Kaisei Town, Ashigarakami-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture, 258-8577 Japan|
|English name||Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories (FF ARL)|
|Total area||Approximately 56,000m2 (excluding energy supply|
|Initial number of employees||Approximately 600|
Fujifilm Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation.