Akira Yoshino, developer of “Lithium-ion battery” for Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Oct. 9 18:51

Akira Yoshino (71), honorary fellow of Asahi Kasei, a major chemical manufacturer that developed "lithium ion batteries" that are widely used in smartphones and personal computers, was selected as the winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. . This is the 27th Japanese person to receive the Nobel Prize, including those who have acquired American nationality, and the 8th person from the Chemical Prize.