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June 1st, 2005

Backing From AMRC Benefits High-Tech Startups in Texas

Abstract:
Four up-and-coming high-tech companies that started in Texas are getting technological and financial boosts from the Advanced Materials Research Center (AMRC), the joint advanced R&D effort involving SEMATECH and Texas universities.

The AMRC beneficiaries include innovators in leading-edge lithography, next-generation lighting, organic RFID systems, optical interconnects, wireless networks, and nanomaterials.

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