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April 13th, 2006

Aerospace Industry Slow to Embrace New MEMS Technologies

Abstract:
Through a group called the Canada-Europe-United States Organization on Micro-Nano Technologies for Aerospace Applications, or Caneus, Pimprikar and his colleagues are bringing together inventors, investors, business people, and systems developers in the aerospace markets to discuss ways to remove both the technological and financial impediments to the large-scale implementation of MEMS.

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