GS Lab has conducted significant research in different fields that contribute to the global environment. Its strengths include research projects that are especially focused on the environment and energy, such as next-generation energy, excluding oil and coal, next-generation batteries, biodegradable plastic materials, and nanotechnology. This is the place for those seeking leading-edge research results and agents who conduct commissioned research.
Generating and storing electrical energy
Generating and storing electrical energy (aluminum–air battery, lithium ion battery, fuel cell battery, solar cell battery, and others).
Nanotechnology, picotechnology, and various kinds of functional materials
Nanotechnology, picotechnology, (technology of picometer sizes!), various kinds of functional materials (quantum dot, Metal Organic Framework [MOF]), nano-particulate material, and others
Next-generation energy, excluding oil or coal
Next-generation energy, excluding oil or coal (for example, bioethanol)
Various kinds of functional materials
Biodegradable plastic, various kinds of biodegradable materials (cellulose nanofibers)
Outsourcing research services, manufacturing, and sales
We at GS Lab originally researched subjects in which we had a high level of interest. Subsequently, when other enterprises found it difficult to conduct basic research in-house, as they lacked the resources for performing the research, we began to offer contract research services as a solution. We naturally advanced to conducting short-run manufacturing and sales as well as commissioned research. We can also consider large-scale productions if required.
This page introduces Ryohei Mori, a Doctor of Engineering and the Director of GS Lab. He has published theses, given presentations at international academic conferences, given many lectures, and provided press releases. He has an established record of research and lecturing achievements. Those interested are invited to view the record of his actual research results at GS Lab.