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"I'm happy" Lithium-ion battery first commercialization engineer | NHK News

2019-10-16T10:04:48.152Z

In response to the fact that Akira Yoshino was selected for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, the world ’s first major electronics manufacturer “So…



"I'm glad to be recognized" Lithium-ion battery First-time engineers October 16 19:00

Ms. Nishio, former engineer of Sony, a major electronics manufacturer that commercialized lithium-ion batteries for the first time in the world, was selected for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. At the press conference, he said, “I am very happy that the lithium-ion battery has been approved.”

The lithium-ion battery developed by Akira Yoshino, who was selected for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, was the world's first commercialization, with former Sony engineer Mio Nishi and others involved in the world's first commercialization .

Mr. Nishi, who had a press conference on the 16th, introduced Sony's first use of the word “lithium-ion battery” and said, “Even though battery technology has been around for a long time, I am very happy that the lithium-ion battery was recognized as a Nobel Prize. "

In addition, looking back on the severe development competition with rival companies, as a factor that made it possible to commercialize ahead of the world, it is said that it will produce Sony's cultivated audio equipment and video tape technology and products that do not exist in the world over time. The corporate culture was cited.

After that, “Companies must think about developing more products that other countries cannot do even if there is no return in 3 or 5 years. Someone will surely admit to engineers. I want you to do your best with your thoughts. ”

Source: nhk

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