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Savas Tay, his colleagues from the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences and collaborators from Nitto Denko Technical Corporation (NDT), of Oceanside, CA, have indeed broken new ground with the demonstration of a 4 x 4" rewritable holographic display that can change its image in only minutes
Osaka, Japan, Feb 13, 2007 - (JCN Newswire) - Japan's leading diversified materials company Nitto Denko Corporation (Nitto Denko) has developed, at its wholly owned United States R&D subsidiary "Nitto Denko Technical Corporation"(NDT), a platform technology for a novel drug delivery system (DDS) using a biodegradable polymer material, the company announced today, adding that the development has been conducted in collaboration with University of California, San Diego (UCSD).