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25 May 2020: Sysmex Donates ¥30 Million to Kobe City Support Fund for Medical Professionals to Support COVID-19 Countermeasures
18 May 2020: The City of Kobe, Sysmex and SRL Configure and Begin Operating a PCR Testing System for COVID-19 within the Kobe Biomedical Innovation Cluster
11 May 2020: Sysmex New Zealand and ESR collaborate on national COVID-19 results CDR

Within hours of New Zealand lifting to alert level 4, a collaborative project was initiated between the Institute of Environmental Science and Research (ESR) and Sysmex New Zealand to establish a national clinical data repository (CDR) for all COVID-19 test reports from testing lab facilities across the country.   ESR provide an extensive range of […]

27 March 2020: Sysmex Obtains First Marketing Approval in Japan for the Novel Coronavirus Nucleic Acid Detection Kits (RT-PCR Method) – Aiming for early introduction of test kits for in vitro diagnostic medical devices in medical institutions –
31 January 2020: Sysmex Invests in Astrego Diagnostics with a View to Developing New Urinalysis Solutions for the Primary Care Business
09 December 2019: Sysmex Presents Academic Report with a View to Creating a Simple Method of Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease Using Blood -Presenting the Most Recent Data at the 12th Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease (CTAD) Conference-
09 December 2019: Sysmex New Zealand wins 2019 HL7 Standards Implementer Award

Sysmex New Zealand is honoured to have been chosen as the winner of the 2019 HL7 Standards Implementer Award. Announced at the HiNZ conference in Claudelands, Hamilton at the end of November, the HL7 Standards Implementer Award celebrates 25 years of the implementation of HL7 international standards to facilitate health information exchange in New Zealand. […]

06 November 2019: Sysmex Wins Awards in 2019 Kinki Local Commendations for Innovations
17 September 2019: Sysmex Selected for Inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for the Fourth Consecutive Year
03 September 2019: Japan’s First Automated Hematology Analyzer Registered by the National Museum of Nature and Science as “Essential Historical Material for Science and Technology” -Using Unique Technology to Cultivate True Automation in Blood Cell Counting-