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News from Belgium

- AT&S goes for Ucamco's Ledia Direct Imager

News from Switzerland

- Huntsman is joining a research programme combining industry and academic expertise

- Your questions answered: Large Hadron Collider restart

News from the UK

- New Sales Manager at Viking Test Ltd

- ICT Annual Symposium, Black Country Museum, Dudley, 3rd June 2015

- IMAPS UK Advanced Packaging Workshop, 4th June 2015

Printed Electronics News

- OLEDS as wallpaper

- Concrete solar wall

News from WECC members

- IPC Releases Market Research Report on Issues and Outlook for Lead-Free Electronics in Military and Aerospace Applications

- IPC Standards Committee Reports - Data Generation and Transfer, Supplier Declaration, Electronic Documentation, EHS, Management, Intellectual Property

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