UA Prepares for the Unprecedented Chip Fabrication Facility

The University of Arkansas is set to commence construction on Friday for a groundbreaking silicon carbide chip research and fabrication facility in south Fayetteville. The envisioned Multi-User Silicon Carbide Research and Fabrication Facility, abbreviated as MUSiC, will find its home in the Arkansas Research & Technology Park. Spanning 18,660 square feet, this facility is a longstanding passion project for the U of A’s electrical engineering community: https://www.arkansasbusiness.com/article/145639/ua-readies-one-of-a-kind-chip-research-fabrication-facility?oly_enc_id=8686A2222956D1S

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