Meet Taipei 2020 Online Booth Exhibit

NewroCare was selected as an exhibitor for the “Fukuoka Section” online booth of “Meet Taipei 2020”, which will be held in a hybrid format of the local venue and the online venue for 4 days from Wednesday, November 18th to Saturday, November 21st, 2020.

Professor Li Xiaoping, CSO of NCIJ, as a member of Anti-Coronavirus Support Association of the Kyushu University Alumni, donated masks to Kyushu University Hospital & Kyushu University

Facing the shortage of PPE in the medical institutions where the coronavirus is spreading, Dr. Li Xiaoping, the company’s chief science officer, as a member of Anti-Coronavirus Support Association of the Kyushu University Alumni, donated masks to Kyushu University Hospital & Kyushu University to help prevent epidemics. The donation included 15,000 medical masks, 2,400 N95 masks for medical personnel, and 8,000 general personal protective masks. Kyushu University already sent a thank-you letter, thanking the alumni of Kyushu University for their love aid.

PowerDreaming is certified with Japan Controlled Medical Device Certificate

NewroCare’s latest medical device product, a type of home potential treatment device for insomnia treatment and immunity enhancement, PowerDreaming NPD1000-M1, is certified with Japan Controlled Medical Device Certificate.

When the new novel coronavirus pneumonia is spreading globally, enhancing the body’s own immunity is the first line of defense against the virus. Newrocare is committed to the cutting-edge scientific and technological research of protecting human brain health and enhancing human immunity, and continues to provide high-quality conscience products and services for the whole society.

Professor Li Xiaoping delivered a keynote speech at the “Shenzhen Symposium of Application and Development of Brain-Computer Interface” in the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen)

On December 5, 2019, Professor Li Xiaoping, Chief Scientist of NewroCare Institute Japan, delivered a keynote speech of “Non-contact and Non-invasive Monitoring and Modulating Brain Activities Using Electric Field – A Groundbreaking Breakthrough in Neural Engineering” at the “Shenzhen Symposium of Application and Development of Brain-Computer Interface” in the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen).