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April 19th, 2006

SEMICON West 2006 to Feature Special Focus on Emerging Technologies

Focusing on enabling technologies and emerging market opportunities in nanotechnology, MEMS and energy, the ETX will feature exhibits and presentations from innovative companies, presentations from select winners of the fourth annual Technology Innovation Showcase (TIS), automotive fuel cell displays and a raceway using MEMS-enabled Segway Human Transporters.


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