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Cadence Partners with Antiviral Discovery Consortium to Spearhead Rapid Development of Treatments for Viral Pandemics

12/08/2023 | Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
Cadence Molecular Sciences (OpenEye)—a business unit of Cadence Design Systems—will provide OpenEye’s molecular design software to power the open-science AI-driven Structure-enabled Antiviral Platform (ASAP) Discovery Consortium in support of an innovative effort to rapidly develop antivirals to prevent future pandemics.

10 Steps to Outstanding

09/06/2023 | Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
So often when I talk to PCB shop owners, they ask me how they can be outstanding. How can they position their own company to stand out from the crowd? That’s because one of the issues PCB shops face these days is they all seem to be alike. While they used to be judged and differentiated based on performance, now they all have very good quality.

The Growing Need for UHDI

11/30/2022 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Jan Pedersen of NCAB Group is deeply involved in IPC standards development surrounding ultra HDI and keeps his finger on the pulse of the industry surrounding this type of fabrication. With Asia still dominating this area, Jan sees the need for U.S. and European PCB fabricators to make the investment if they want to stay competitive.

Arbell Electronics to Represent Kurtz Ersa Stencil Printers Across Canada

09/27/2022 | Kurtz Ersa Inc.
Kurtz Ersa Inc., a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Arbell Electronics as its newest manufacturers‘ representative for its award-winning line of VERSAPRINT stencil printers.

PCB Talk: Additive Electronics—Are You One of the Curious?

10/29/2021 | Tara Dunn -- Column: PCB Talk
The term “additive electronics” is a broad term in our industry. To many this suggests 3D printing and the processes used to form circuit patterns with these additive methods. To others, this term conjures the image of newer PCB fabrication techniques that use semi-additive PCB fabrication processes to realize line width and space below the traditional 75-micron (3 mil) capabilities that are typically seen with subtractive etch processing.
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