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January 8th, 2004
Europe's MEMs research program surprisingly spawns startups
While many economic regions around the world are trying to foster startup company growth à la Silicon Valley, Europractice, a European research program, has inadvertently spawned more than a dozen small tech startups. According to Giselle Roesems, Europractice's project manager, the effort was intended to make research institutes more market-oriented and help them find industrial partners for MEMS and microsystems technologies (MST).
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