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R&D Structure

Fujifilm’s Research and Development (R&D) structure consists of two axes: the “Divisional Laboratories,” which are directly under the control of each business divisions and conduct R&D directly related to the businesses, and the “Corporate Laboratories,” which are responsible for the R&D of fundamental technologies from a group-wide perspective.

Outline of Organizational Structure

Corporate Laboratories: Pursuit of New Products/Creation of Fundamental Technologies
Imaging & Informatics Laboratories
Synthetic Organic Chemistry Laboratories
Analysis Technology Center
Process Engineering & Technology Center
Divisional Laboratories: Pursuit of Development Directly Related to Businesses
Medical Systems Research & Development Center
Bio Science & Engineering Laboratories
Electronics Materials Research & Development Center
Advanced Functional Materials Development Center
Graphic Communication Development Center
Imaging Solutions Development Center

Advanced Research Laboratories, hubs that fuse technology and knowledge