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July 7th, 2007

Semefab to offer U.K.'s first MEMS open access facility

Abstract:
Semefab will work with the Institute of System Level Integration (ISLI), in partnership with the University of Strathclyde and Heriot Watt University, to enhance its design capabilities while the purchasing of new MEMS processing equipment will enable the company to offer a comprehensive prototyping service over the next five years. By offering open access to its design and fabrication facilities, the project aims to break down barriers for SMEs within the sector and help drive the development and exploitation of nanotechnology to build a prosperous, world-class MNT network in the U.K.

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