New York Times: Commerce Department Outlines Its Bid to Fund Cutting-Edge Chip Research

As the United States invests $11 billion in semiconductor research and development, the challenge will be to ensure that the funding encourages collaborative research to solve the chip industry’s biggest problems rather than the “siloed innovation” often carried out by companies that carefully guard their creations from competitors, said Laurie Giandomenico, PhD., MITRE vice president and chief acceleration officer.

“It should be on areas that no one company can solve alone,” she said.

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