MUSiC Facility seen as Economic ‘Magnet’

The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville’s new national Multi-User Silicon Carbide Research and Fabrication Facility, led by electrical engineering professor Alan Mantooth, is expected to be a key driver for economic development. Mantooth highlights its uniqueness, being purpose-built for semiconductor fabrication, filling a crucial manufacturing gap by allowing low-volume prototyping before full-scale production: https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2023/aug/18/ua-facility-to-be-high-tech-leader/

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