Research, Analysis, and Information Services

As the business environment changes at an accelerating pace and related issues are complexly intertwined and influence each other, it has become increasingly difficult to see beyond business and technology development.

For example, many companies, universities, and public projects are simultaneously working on highly challenging tasks such as carbon-neutral and global climate change. However, have you ever felt difficulties in understanding the characteristics of each technology, determining its superiority in a wide range of areas including stand-alone or supply chain, understanding the key players, and checking the status of related laws and regulations, and organizing and systematizing them in the fast-flowing time axis?

We continue to monitor the latest situation based on our rich experience and accumulation of technology development in a variety of fields related to chemistry. We are convinced that we can contribute to our clients to help them make quick decisions and prepare for the next step by providing a bird’s eye view or in-depth research on the subject where business and the latest technology are intertwined.

Targets of Research, Analysis, and Information Services

  1. Technologies related chemical industry (Overlooking,Trends, Related Market, Patent)
  2. Government technology strategy, National projects, Overseas project studies
  3. Player searches for specific technologies and businesses, patent mapping, IP landscape
  4. Chemistry related laws and regulations in each country
  5. Patent Search Support(prior art search, patent clearance search, invalidated literature search)


  1. Technology for mitigating the impact on the environment
    • Carbon neutral related technologies for GHG emission reduction
    • Resource recycling, including recycling of waste plastics and effective use of CO2
    • “Energy management” including next-generation battery technology
  2. Healthcare
    • Advanced medicine such as nucleic acid medicine, regenerative and cellular medicine, materials for cellular medicine
    • “Preventive techniques” such as hygiene materials, physical condition monitoring
  3. Food
    • Sustainable food production, including animal feeds, biorationals, cultured meat
    • Reduction of food loss by maintaining freshness, reducing harvest loss
  4. ICT
    • Displays, sensors, and other digital devices and related chemicals
    • Telecommunications, semiconductors and related chemicals

For details, please refer to Case Study.