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Other National Initiatives

1) The Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) was established in 1982 as a not-for-profit, tax-exempt research management consortium to help solve the North American semiconductor industry's technical challenges.

The SRC focus is on:
managing precompetitive research
supporting the development of a relevantly-educated technical work force
facilitating long-range technical planning for the industry
championing efforts at inter-organizational communication


2) Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing

The University of Arizona < > (lead institution), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology < >, Stanford University < >, and the University of California at Berkeley < > have established an Engineering Research Center (ERC) in the area of Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing. The vision of the center is to create and develop the science, technology, and educational methods that will lead to future semiconductor manufacturing facilities with minimal consumables (e.g., water, energy, acids, solvents, and gases) and minimum emission of waste materials. The Center will implement this vision through a carefully planned balance of approaches to both present-day and anticipated ESH problem areas, seeking to integrate environmental aspects early when a new process or tool is being developed


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