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  1. Announcement of the 2018 Kyoto Prize Laureates

    • Corporate

    Neuroscientist, Mathematician, Artist

    Each laureate will receive a diploma, the Kyoto Prize medal (20K gold), and prize money of 100 million yen (approx. 770.000 €). This year’s Prize goes to the following three individuals: Dr. Karl Deisseroth, a US neuroscientist and Professor and Howa...

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  2. KYOCERA Named Among Top 100 Global Innovators by Clarivate Analytics

    • Corporate

    Company recognized for patent success rate and global reach for fourth consecutive year

    Kyocera's Junichi Jinno (left), General Manager of Corporate Legal and Intellectual Property Group, receives trophy from Hirofumi Hino, Head of Clarivate The Top 100 Global Innovators awards have been presented annually since 2011 to recognize l...

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  3. KYOCERA Files Suit Against Preh GmbH for Potential Infringement of Haptic Feedback Technology Patent

    • Corporate
    • LCDs and Touch Solutions

    Kyocera has been creating haptic technologies through its own research and development since 2008. Utilizing ergonomics and virtual reality technology that Kyocera has developed over the years as well as its proprietary haptic feedback technology, Ky...

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  4. KYOCERA to Build New Plant in Kagoshima, Japan, for Ceramic Microelectronic Packages

    • Corporate
    • Semiconductor Components

    New facility will produce ceramic packages for electronic and semiconductor components, including SMD and CMOS devices, to support IoT growth

    Architect's rendering The new facility, which Kyocera plans to open in August 2019, will bring a 25 percent increase in the company’s total production capacity for ceramic packages used to house SMD*1 electronic devices and CMOS*2 image sensors....

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  5. KYOCERA Introduces Irish Claddagh Ring Designed by Paul Costelloe, Using Hypoallergenic COBARION

    • Corporate

    Using new material COBARION, symbolic Irish design meets Japanese technology; portion of proceeds to benefit Great East Japan Earthquake recovery

    Dating back to the 17th century in Ireland, the traditional Claddagh ring is given to represent love, loyalty and friendship. The ring is now available in two types: the stylish thin AMATERUS and the gorgeous bold WADADUMI. Both styles are unisex, ma...

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