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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

Dawn Aerospace validates B20 Thrusters in space
Imec.istart balloons to ‎€30M as maximum investment doubles
Layoffs at Ampleon during surge of RF activities in Nijmegen
Easics eyes expansion and elects a new CEO
NXP raises 2 billion for green projects
Microsure shores its coffers with €2.7M in new investment
Intel: Benelux fab an option
VDL in talks to acquire Neways

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

Being like everyone else lands you in a red ocean where cost and slim margins are the only things you can think about. Instead, be different in a way that matters to customers, find your blue ocean and build a great business.