Finding viruses quickly
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Highly sensitive detection technology is a fusion of silver amplification technology cultivated in the field of photography and cutting-edge testing technologies. This is helpful for early detection even during the initial phase of influenza when virus presence is minimal.

Entering through the nose
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Fujifilm’s evolving transnasal endoscope technology. A newly engineered lens and the high resolution Super CCD Honeycom. Fujifilm’s optical and digital imaging technology contributes to early detection of stomach cancer.

Fighting lung cancer
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X-rays are used to examine the chest. Fujifilm's sophisticated matching technology makes it easier to identify small cancer lesions at an early stage, which helps the doctor to make an accurate diagnosis.

Revolutionizing cosmetics
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Fujifilm developed human-type ceramides to prevent skin issues caused by aging and dryness. Our skincare is one step ahead, restoring the skin's functions.

Enhancing the beauty of the skin
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What is truly important for anti-aging care? Fujifilm focuses on skin cells at the nano level and has discovered a special collagen that works from inside the skin.

Learning from the human eye
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Pursuing the ultimate image quality; accurately recreating what people see. Just how close can the camera get to the human eye? Fujifilm develops cameras modeled after the human eye.

Creating healthcare networks
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Specialized hospitals, general hospitals, doctor’s offices. Creating a network of advanced medical care that will save lives. Fujifilm’s technology will change Japan’s medical care for the better.

On the front lines of emergency medicine
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An emergency room in the United States. Doctors and staff on the front lines, where every second counts, rely on Fujifilm's Medical Imaging and Information System.

Going to the moon
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High-resolution images of the moon surface taken from a distance of 380,000 kilometers were seen for the first time by humankind. Specially designed for outer space, the Fujinon lens serves as the eyes of humankind.

Fighting breast cancer
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Early detection and treatment are the most important factors in breast cancer prevention. Fujifilm's digital x-ray imaging system supports early detection by identifying microscopic symptoms in the breast.

Searching for stars
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Since 1987, large binocular telescopes mounted with Fujifilm's Fujinon lenses have discovered 15 comets, including Comet Hyakutake. Fujifilm observes the starry skies, together with astronomy fans around the world.

Making draft beer taste better
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Our porous filter brings the delicious taste of draft beer from bars and restaurants to your home. Fujifilm has revolutionized the beer industry.

Illuminating LCD
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Computers, televisions, smartphones. Fujifilm's special film helps to project light and colors beautifully on a variety of liquid crystal display screens.

Examining pets
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Fujifilm's digital x-ray imaging diagnosis system, which enables the early detection of potential problems in your pet, delivers images that rival those taken by medical equipment used for humans.

Preserving picture scrolls permanently
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Fujifilm is creating digital archives of Japan's cultural assets, permanently storing these hidden treasures in high resolution images.

Opening up the future
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Researchers and technicians from different fields collaborate at the Fujifilm laboratories. With a vision of three years, ten years, and 100 years into the future, they work to create new value to change the world.

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