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A look into the future: developing the CITC

The chip is more and more integrated in a combination of product and package, improving the functions and functionalities of entire products. According to Barry Peet, managing director of BCS, the new technology centre can play an important role in this development in the semiconductor landscape: “This initiative will connect the entire Dutch semicon ecosystem, including research institutes. Consequently, we can provide the world of the innovative and advanced chip integration technologies that are needed to solve the societal challenges we are facing”.
 

The CITC is an example of the way businesses, knowledge institutes and governments are working together in the Province of Gelderland. The interaction between initiating and facilitating parties (BCS and NTC), knowledge institutes (TU Delft and Radboud University), companies (NexperiaAmpleonNXPSencio) and the government (Province of GelderlandGemeente NijmegenMinistry of EZK), will lead to the development of another keyplayer in the world’s semiconductor value chain. Past week the initiating and supporting parties signed the Letter of Intent, officially announcing the start of the project.

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Fighting malaria is fighting poverty

Diseases that spread across the globe come and go, but malaria has been around for thousands of years. The number of people affected by the disease is on the rise and it hits lower-income countries the hardest. So how can we fight malaria, and what will it bring to the world if we manage to do so? Koen Dechering, CEO of TropIQ Health Sciences, explains why more needs to be done and how his company contributes to eradicating the disease once and for all.

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