Koichi Tanaka, on Turning an Experimental Mistake Into a Nobel Prize | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Koichi Tanaka

Age: 43

Position: Fellow, General Manager, Mass Spectrometry Research Laboratory, Shimadzu, Kyoto, Japan

Won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2002

Prior Experience: since 2002 Analytical & Measuring Instruments Division, Life Science Business Unit, Shimadzu, Japan

1999-2002 Kratos (subsidiary of Shimadzu), Manchester, UK

1997-1999 Shimadzu Research Laboratory, Manchester, UK

1992-1997 R&D Department of Analytical Instruments Division, Shimadzu, Japan

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