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October 12th, 2007
Sematech talks about selling Austin lab
The Sematech research consortium is negotiating to sell its research laboratory in Southeast Austin as it shifts more researchers and support workers to Albany, N.Y., where it is expanding its operations.
Sematech Inc. said Thursday that it will keep considerable research work in Austin but that it is attempting to sell its Austin laboratory, known as the Advanced Technology Development Facility, or ATDF, to private investors.
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