Junichi Nishizawa, Japan’s ‘Mr. Semiconductor’

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Working during a lab with a leaky roof in a city still clearing divided World War II rubble, 23-year-old operative Junichi Nishizawa suspicion he could take on a tip scientists in a world’s superpower, a U.S.

The invention of a transistor by Bell Laboratories scientists including William Shockley had galvanized scientists in a new margin of electronics. Mr. Nishizawa was perplexing to emanate a semiconductor device to modify light signals into electrical current.

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