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CHANGING CHIPS

Nano consortium moving to 450-mm wafers

Fab Ops workers among the furnaces and wet tools area in the 450-mm wafer clean room of the NanoFab Xtension building.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Fab Ops workers among the furnaces and wet tools area in the 450-mm wafer clean room of the NanoFab Xtension building.
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By next year, the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering in Albany will be able to provide the tech companies the resources they need to transform the way they manufacture computer chips.

The college’s Global 450 Consortium, housed within the NanoFab Xtension building, has received a majority of the tools needed for companies to work on the next generation of computer chip production.

The nanocollege has 43 tools, worth more than $350 million, that ...

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