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MEMS Gains Momentum in China
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12/5/2013  4 comments
The Chinese are investing in the people and the infrastructure that will make the Chinese MEMS industry competitive in the world economy — with hopes of being the best.
In Search of the Energy-Efficient Family Car
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9/6/2013  38 comments
While on the quest for the perfect car, we must make a smart choice that is right for us and right for the planet.
Thinking Outside the Mobile 'Box'
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8/1/2013  7 comments
Discovering important large-market applications for MEMS.
Big Mother Gets Street Smart
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6/6/2013  13 comments
MEMS is enabling smartphones to deliver more personalized and more contextually aware information to the user.
MEMS Enabling a Health & Medical Revolution
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2/5/2013  7 comments
Wirelessly connected, integrated solutions let consumers monitor and maintain their own health.
Branding MEMS Inside
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12/5/2012  5 comments
Robert Brunner has not only proven his ability to design beautiful and useful products; he has also demonstrated an uncanny ability to communicate to a bunch of MEMS executives the power of his message.
Making Beautiful Music With Smart MEMS Microphones
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9/6/2012  5 comments
The true sound of music can be recorded with a quality once reserved for musicians and rich wannabes with private recording studios.
MEMS Sensors Driving Smart Automotive
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4/9/2012  10 comments
Automotive panelists at MEMS Executive Congress Europe wowed conference attendees with automotive advancements made possible by MEMS.
MEMS in Sports
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2/9/2012  23 comments
MEMS in sports is such a hot topic that MEMS Industry Group – a partner of Sensors in Design (part of Design West Summit) – will showcase it at next month’s conference.
MEMS Gains Respect at CES 2012
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1/19/2012  14 comments
As the MEMS industry spans a myriad of industries and markets, the future of MEMS in consumer electronics will enable a myriad of functionality, applications, and personalization.
MEMS Will Set the World on Fire
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1/6/2012  9 comments
Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) were in focus at the Seventh Annual Livingston Nanotechnology Conference, with the news that the US has a competitive advantage in advanced manufacturing in nano- and, to some extent, microtechnology.


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