Leading the Semiconductor Economy from the Lab to Fabrication

The University of Arkansas holds a distinctive position as a potential leader in the future semiconductor economy of the United States. Semiconductors, including silicon, are critical materials in the majority of electronic devices, driving advancements in fields such as healthcare, the military, computing, and transportation: Lab to Fab; Mantooth Discusses Semiconductor Research and Fabrication at U of A | University of Arkansas (uark.edu)

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Silicon Carbide Facility Gains Vital Chip-Making Tool

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