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March 1st, 2004

Carnegie Mellon's Nanofab Lab gears up

Carnegie Mellon University's Nanofabrication Facility is becoming home-sweet-home for a handful of technology startups using tiny computer chips that can improve the sound in cell phones or gauge damage done to a disk drive when dropped by a user. "If a tech startup is deciding where to set up shop, an important part of the decision is the availability of processing facilities,'' said Charles Buenzli, vice president and chief operating officer of Bridge Semiconductors. The early stage MEMS company develops integrated circuits for a variety of industry sectors.


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