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VOLUME -25 NUMBER 9
Publication Date: 09/1/2010
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Solar Energy Powers Remote African School

Lashaine, Northern Tanzania — It's an ongoing project, bringing the benefits of today's technology to a school in this remote village. The prime movers behind it are Engineers Without Borders Portland Professionals Chapter (EWB), and they traveled to Lashaine Village, Tanzania in June to oversee the expansion of a rainwater harvesting system and the installation of an expanded solar energy system at Orkeeswa Secondary School. The school ...
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Where the IC Market Is Going


Nevada City, CA — The semiconductor industry took a beating in early 2009, but bounced back sooner than many other industries — actually ending in better shape than had been anticipated at the beginning of the year; people do love their gadgets. Small, handheld devices which keep us connected ...Read More
Newton & Einstein Move Over; New Test for Gravity Proposed

Gaithersburg, MD — A new experiment proposed by physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) may allow researchers to test the effects of gravity with unprecedented precision at very short distances — a scale at which exotic new details of gravity's behavior may be detectable. ...Read More


 
 
PACE Hires Daniel Montes as Latin America Regional Sales Manager
VASS, NC - PACE Worldwide is excited to announce the hiring of Daniel Montes as their Latin America Regional Sales Manager. Mr. Montes has an excellent track record and possesses a wealth of experience within the electronics production arena. He spent the last 6.5 years as a Customer Service Representative for Hisco out of El Paso and the prior 9 years as the Latin American Regional Manager for OK International. “Daniel’s arrival adds great strength to the PACE Sales Team,” said John Romanowicz, Corporate Director of Sales at PACE.
 

SEMI ISS 2017 Uncovers New Growth, Forecast Upgrades
HALF MOON BAY, CA - SEMI’s Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) opened yesterday with a theme focused on new industry forces and new markets. The annual three-day conference of C-level executives gives the year’s first strategic outlook of the global electronics manufacturing industry. Today’s keynote, economic trends, and market perspectives highlighted market and technology opportunities and marked the rising tide for 2017 investments in the semiconductor manufacturing supply chain.
 

 
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