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Chips Act: Europe's Ambitious R&D Agenda

Continent’s premier research organizations will jointly oversee four pilot lines as part of the EU’s semiconductor initiative.

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By Junko Yoshida

What’s at stake?
Europe is no longer content to be a niche player in the global microelectronics industry. Instead of remaining focused only on established strengths (i.e. MEMS, sensors and power electronics), Europe has awakened to the significance of manufacturing. Three elite microelectronics research institutes aim to help actualize the EU’s new industrial policy.

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