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November 17th, 2003

FEI is one of the eyes of the nano science and business boom

Abstract:
FEI Co. makes charged particle beam systems – tools that help customers observe, analyze and manipulate materials at the submicron level. It's a perfect place to be as small tech enters the business world. FEI's products serve in R&D departments and production facilities in the semiconductor and data storage industry, and at universities and research labs. "The focused ion beam is like an atomic sandblaster," explained Jay Lindquist, senior vice president of corporate marketing and strategic development. "It can cleanly remove material from a surface."

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