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Chip innovators join forces with government to steer future of semiconductor sector


Experts working at semiconductor titans have had the first meeting with Technology Minister Paul Scully at Imperial College.

Experts working at semiconductor titans have had the first meeting with Technology Minister Paul Scully at Imperial College.


Experts working at semiconductor titans such as Arm, IQE and Pragmatic have met with Technology Minister Paul Scully at Imperial College London, as part of the first meeting of the Semiconductor Advisory Panel.

With industry and government working hand in hand to deliver the National Semiconductor Strategy, it offers a twenty-year vision for the sector around three key goals: growing the domestic semiconductor sector, mitigating the risk of supply chain disruptions and protecting national security.

Semiconductors are an essential component of almost every electronic device we use, and as a result are vitally important for the modern world we live in. From phones and computers to ventilators and power stations, nearly every piece of technology in the world depends on them.


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