by Semiconductor Industry Association
Last week, the Commerce Departmentâ€™s Economics and Statistics Administration and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published a comprehensive study entitled, â€œIntellectual Property and the U.S. Economy.â€ You can access a copy of it here.
Last week representatives from the Office of Science & Technology Policy (OSTP), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and NASA, testified before the Senate Commerce Committee at a hearing entitled, “Keeping America Competitive Through Investments in R&D”. You can watch the full hearing here, http://1.usa.gov/xWprs9.
by David Isaacs, Vice President, Government Affairs
Today would have been Dr. Robert Noyceâ€™s 84th birthday. Noyce was the co-inventor of the integrated circuit, a credit he shared with Texas Instrumentsâ€™ Jack Kilby for independent discoveries. The invention launched an industry that is now predicted to reach $300 billion in global sales, with U.S. firms capturing roughly half of the market. Semiconductors […]
On a regular day on Capitol Hill the partisan rhetoric is at full volume, but yesterday was not a regular day.
WSC/GAMS Meeting Marks Collaboration & Competition Within Global Semiconductor Community
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