Education Costs, Lack of Engineering Interest Hurting Semiconductor Industry

May 2, 2023

The semiconductor industry could be worth $1 trillion by 2030, growing from $600 billion today – and there will be an acute shortage of talent to fill jobs as the sector grows. Read more…

CHIPS Act’s National Semiconductor Technology Center Begins to Take Form

April 27, 2023

The $54.2 billion U.S. CHIPS and Science Act – which was signed into law last August – included $11 billion for research and development efforts to be led b Read more…

US Sets Up Rules to Prevent Scams from CHIPS Act

April 13, 2023

U.S. chip companies are jockeying to get a piece of the billions of dollars of taxpayer money made available by the CHIPS Act, and the government is putting rul Read more…

Tasty CHIPS – New MEC Program to Expand US Prototyping Capabilities Gains Steam

March 16, 2023

Sometime later this year, perhaps around July, the Department of Defense is expected to announce the sites and focus of up to nine hubs associated with the Micr Read more…

Intel Is Opening up Its Chip Factories to Academia

October 6, 2022

Intel is opening up its fabs for academic institutions so researchers can get their hands on physical versions of its chips, with the end goal of boosting semic Read more…

Biden to Visit Intel Facility as CHIPS and Science Act Implementation Plans Detailed

September 8, 2022

The wheels are turning on the so-called CHIPS and Science Act, with a flurry of activity this week to turn the legislation into action. On Friday, U.S. President Joe Biden will be in Ohio alongside Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger to break ground on the chipmaker's new $20 billion manufacturing site, which will likely be partially... Read more…

Inflation Reduction Act Signed Into Law, with Major Computing Implications

August 16, 2022

For the second time in as many weeks, President Biden has signed into law a major bill with significant implications for the computing sector. The Inflation Reduction Act – which is certainly the cornerstone of Biden’s first two years in office – allocates hundreds of billions of dollars toward energy security, climate change and healthcare. Among those hundreds of billions are hundreds of millions for scientific computing. At the signing ceremony... Read more…

US CHIPS and Science Act Signed Into Law

August 9, 2022

Just a few days after it was passed in the Senate, the U.S. CHIPS and Science Act has been signed into law by President Biden. In a ceremony today, Biden signed and lauded the ambitious piece of legislation, which over the course of the legislative process broadened to include hundreds of billions in additional science and technology spending. He was flanked by Speaker... Read more…

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