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Multibeam SEM shifts 3D cell imaging into top gear

Delft University of Technology is teaming up with a consortium of enterprises to develop an innovative device: a multibeam scanning electron microscope.

Headlines

TUE, WUR, UU and UMC intensify collaboration
TU Delft sensor detects blood oxygen levels in premature babies
TUE unveils photonic-based mm-wave solution for 5G application
Dutch E-magy looking to ramp up nanosilicon anode production
TU Delft goes deep with new optical imaging method
UT and the University of Münster team up for “intelligent matter”
VLSI: semi equipment market to grow 16.6 percent this year
NWA funding for taking quantum technology to the public

Semicon market screams for innovation in chip testing

When testing their chips, semiconductor manufacturers have to find a balance between developing their own equipment and purchasing solutions. Those who lead the way are faced with difficult choices.

In other news

Microsoft: we were wrong about open source (The Verge)
Who needs autonomous vehicles? (EE Times)
The tech the world is using to track corona – and people (Venturebeat)

Don’t be like everyone else

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