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Kodak European Research Centre in Cambridge
Mark Peters : May 7th 2006 - 21:00 CET
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KodakKodak European Research Centre in Cambridge : At a ceremony attended by representatives from the European Commission, academia and industry, Mr Ken Ducatel, Member of the European Commission for Information Society & Media, officially opened Kodak’s new European Research Centre, which is based on the Cambridge Science Park. This groundbreaking facility was established at the end of 2005 to consolidate research operations in Europe and forge increased links with Europe’s leading university. The new Kodak European Research Centre is a demonstration of Kodak’s commitment to a digitally orientated growth strategy and to identifying unique science and technology to meet the needs of a diverse and increasingly digital European market.
Kodak European Research Centre in CambridgeKodak European Research Centre
Research at Cambridge will help ensure that Kodak continues to be a world leader in developing the most technologically advanced and customer friendly imaging products. The centre will also align with Eastman Kodak’s worldwide core research laboratories in Rochester, New York, which play a key role in driving future growth for the company.


Cambridge Science Park
The Cambridge team hold a number of key competencies including image science, optoelectronics, information systems, materials science and inkjet systems. Primary activities at the new centre will drive new applications in a number of strategic areas, laying the groundwork for innovative solutions for the consumer, business & government markets. These include:

• Building on Kodak’s portfolio of healthcare IT and diagnostic technologies
- Providing applications for online health care.
• Developing new applications for commercial printing,
- Developing applications for Software engineering & optoelectronic flexible displays.
• Building on the company’s mobile imaging technology for the consumer market
- Extending use of this technology to other markets.

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“Operating in such a high tech cluster puts us at the hub of a highly networked environment,” said Dr Sam Weller, Kodak’s European Research Director. “Cambridge is one of the highest ranked Universities in Europe with an impressive supporting infrastructure of science parks, start-up companies and research institutes, including a world leading teaching hospital. Here we can participate in the scientific infrastructure and collaborate with others in our fields of interest, whilst operating from within our own focused laboratories to ensure that Kodak continues to be a leader in the digital world.”

About Kodak Limited
Kodak Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Eastman Kodak Company based in the United States and is the largest and oldest of the
parent company's subsidiaries. Kodak began production in Britain in 1891, and now has a company in each major country in Europe. Amongst Kodak Limited's range of products are photographic films and papers, photographic and synthetic chemicals, and its market sectors include consumer and professional photographic products, digital imaging products, health imaging, graphic imaging and audiovisual systems, and copy products.

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