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Closing in on Fuel Cell Autos


San Francisco, CA — Fuel cells are not only alive and well, they're getting closer to general use, according to Juan Contreras, a spokesman for the California Fuel Cell Partnership. Holding forth at a display just outside the entrance to the North Hall at Semicon West, Contreras ...

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Dow Corning: Collaboration Critical to Semicon Recovery

San Francisco, CA — Semiconductor sales appear to be finally emerging from the red this year, with moderate but steady growth of 5.1 percent projected through 2014, according to World Semiconductor Trade Statistics' Spring 2013 global semiconductor sales forecast. While a revival in end-market demand is sparking ...
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Sandia to Help Gird Grid Against Future Outages

Hoboken, NJ — Some special help is coming from Sandia for East Coast communities devastated by Hurricane Sandy. The object is to boost the resiliency of their electric grids, so they can be better prepared to deal with natural disasters in the future.
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Indium Corporation Reports Market is Stable
CLINTON, BY - Indium Corporation’s Donna Vareha-Walsh, Director, Metals Business Unit, shared insights into the global supply and demand for indium at the 10th World Indium & Germanium & Gallium Forum on April 20 in Xiamen, Fujian, China.

SMTA China Presents Seven Best Paper/Best Presentation Awards and Two Best Exhibit Awards at SMTA China East Conference 2017/NEPCON China 2017
SHANGHAI - SMTA China announces that it presented awards for seven papers and two exhibits at the SMTA China East Conference 2017 Award Presentation Ceremony, held on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center in conjunction with the SMTA China Annual Award Ceremony.

SEMI Commends Senate Action to Fill Vacant Position of U.S. Trade Representative
WASHINGTON, D.C. – SEMI, the global industry association representing the electronics manufacturing supply chain, applauds the Senate action to fill the vacant cabinet-level position of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR).

 
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