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The Bourne Report podcast discusses the development and use of MEMS devices and Nanotechnology-based solutions across all major markets and identifies emerging end-use application trends of note.
Bourne Research, a leading provider of market intelligence covering emerging technologies, today announced the launch of a podcast focused on MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems) and Nanotechnology. The Bourne Report podcast highlights commercialization trends taking place in MEMS and Nanotech, with a focus on end-use products and applications. New episodes will be posted twice a month and as news of note warrants.
Four episodes of The Bourne Report podcast are already available:
The Bourne Report offers the most insightful market analysis available on emerging technologies, with a focus on MEMS and Nanotechnology. More information about The Bourne Report and a link to The Bourne Report podcast can be found at www.bourneresearch.com/reports.htm or bournereport.podOmatic.com
About Bourne Research:
Bourne Research is a trusted source of market intelligence, with a specialized focus on MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems), Nanotechnology, and the convergence of both. Its founder, Marlene Bourne, is a highly respected industry analyst with more than a decade of experience following the development of emerging technologies, and is internationally recognized as one of the leading experts on MEMS.
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