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ASU microelectronics workshop addresses national effort to develop workforce

Leaders in industry, government and higher education discuss shared vision for advancing microelectronics talent pipeline

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The U.S. seeks to cut off China from Dutch semiconductors

NPR’s A Martinez speaks with Jon Bateman, senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, about the Biden administration’s plan to curb tech exports to China.

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America’s Must-Win Semiconductor War

The U.S. federal government works to reverse America’s decline in the world’s production of cutting-edge semiconductors.

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Taiwan Is Still Semiconductor Leader as Chip Exports Rise Again

Taiwan is ‘irreplaceable’ in short term for chips as overseas shipments of IC chips increase 18.4% in 2022.

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How Biden’s microchip ban is curbing China’s AI weapons efforts

Development of microchips in the United State is putting limitations on China’s AI development.

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ASU to advance proposal for CHIPS and Science Act funding

ASU will offer regionally collaborative proposal to advance microelectronics research, development and manufacturing in Arizona and southwest region as part of national network.

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Arizona ramps up tech workforce, skills to meet chips job boom

Taiwanese chip giant TSMC is building a second U.S. facility in the southwest state of Arizona, highlighting the Biden Administration’s push to bring more semiconductor supply.

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Biden to visit Arizona computer chip facility

U.S. President Joe Biden traveled to Arizona to visit a computer chip facility, underscoring the Grand Canyon state’s position in the emerging U.S. semiconductor ecosystem.

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President Biden coming to Arizona to visit semiconductor plant

President Biden to visit Arizona to visit semiconductor plant.

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ASU’s major role in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company coming to Arizona

Ahead of President Biden’s visit to TSMC, Engineering Dean Kyle Squires talks about ASU’s role in the microelectronics industry; how ASU has students, faculty and staff involved.

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Here’s how giant semiconductor plant rising in north Phoenix will shape Arizona’s economy

Engineering Dean Kyle Squires explains why TSMC’s arrival will be a “game changer” for Arizona and local universities.

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Sunday Square Off: The future of semiconductors chips in the Valley

Dean Kyle Squires of Arizona State University’s engineering schools explains the new “Chips Act’s” impact on Arizona’s semiconductor industry and the jobs beings created here.

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Arizona aims to become a semiconductor powerhouse

VOA reports from Arizona on competition for billions of dollars in federal funding to bolster domestic chip manufacturing.

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Domestic manufacturing efforts strengthened by new ASU school

Open house, launch of the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks at ASU’s Polytechnic campus. The newest school will lead ASU’s vision for the semiconductor industry.

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ASU launches new quantum research collaborative

ASU launches the Quantum Collaborative, a 21st century initiative poised to profoundly impact society and the American economy with new discoveries and applications in quantum tech

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ASU researcher advances the science of protein sequencing with NIH Innovator Award

Chao Wang, Biodesign Center for Molecular Design and Biomimetics, and his colleagues are advancing an ambitious project: developing new methods for sequencing proein molecules.

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The heat is on

Researchers aim to find more effective ways of coping with overexposure to extreme high temperatures

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Powering up computing capacity

ASU faculty member Matthew Marinella works with Sandia National Laboratories to make radiation-hardened computing technology more efficient.

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ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering hits record enrollment

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering has reached an impressive milestone — student enrollment hit a high of 30,000 students this fall. That’s up 12% from last year and 27% fr

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TSMC in Phoenix: $12bn fab eases US microchip supply fears

The Arizona capital’s history of semiconductor manufacturing helped it land a deal with the world’s largest chipmaker

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Moving microelectronics forward: Meet the ASU students driving semiconductor advancement

A global chip shortage during the COVID pandemic forced the U.S. to confront the drawbacks of offshoring semiconductor manufacturing. Two students are researching secure technology

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Moving microelectronics forward

ASU doctoral students Mihailo Isakov and Alan Ehret are advancing the U.S. semiconductor industry in the Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Center.

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Policymakers talk meaning of CHIPS Act to national economy, security

America’s share of global semiconductor production has fallen from 37% in 1990 to just 12% today. During the same period, semiconductor use has risen to define almost every aspect

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Smelling strawberries, smoke and space in virtual reality

ASU researcher Robert LiKamWa leads a team working to add realistic smell to virtual reality for educational purposes such as recognizing contaminated water.

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ASU project to give satellites a shared, optical language

New DARPA effort will enable communication between low orbiting satellites — both with each other and their partners on the ground

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Governor Ducey, Economic Leaders Applaud Senate Passage of CHIPS Act

Governor Doug Ducey welcomed the passage of the CHIPS for America Act, saying it will provide a critical boost to an important and growing sector of Arizona’s high-tech economy.

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US microchip production is about to surge, and Arizona will be at the forefront

Opinion: The CHIPS Act will boost American microchip manufacturing – which for Arizona, will mean a lot of jobs and innovation.

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Riding mid-infrared waves

The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks integrates academic programs and innovative research to address current and future manufacturing challenges and enhance the economy

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Feeling the heat? It could get worse this summer — and the summer after

Assistant Professor Anamitra Pal gives his take on the future state of the American power grid under threats from climate change, war and the COVID pandemic.

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A new dawn for supercomputing at ASU

The new Sol supercomputer expands power and capability for researchers and students alike

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ASU entrepreneurial program expands research impact

ASU research-based entrepreneurial ventures for computer vision traffic counting and magnetic needle steering earned their founders a competitive fellowship.

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ASU leads 4-university effort to work with industry on vehicle efficiency, sustainability

The Center for Efficient Vehicles and Sustainable Transportation Systems was awarded funding from NSF to engage automotive companies in vehicle energy efficiency and sustainability

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Broadening horizons of cutting-edge computing

NSF award aids Fulton Schools researcher’s work to advance high performance, energy efficient AI-based computing to improve many technologies.

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