EU approves scheme to pump billions into microelectronics R&D

John Leonard
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EU approves scheme to pump billions into microelectronics R&D

Targeted areas include sensors, high performance processors, AI processors, actuators, quantum computing, 5G/6G communications and technologies for secure data exchange

The EU has approved public funding totalling €8.1 billion by 14 member states for R&D into microelectronics and communications projects. The 68 projects to be funded under the new scheme, called...

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