The Evolution of MEMS

Making MEMS and sensors accessible to broader audiences is one of MIG’s commitments – and that’s what comes across in MIG Executive Director Karen Lightman’s interview with Product Design & Development Editor Kaylie Duffy in “The Evolution of MEMS.” Read more: http://www.pddnet.com/article/2015/11/evolution-mems?

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Another Taste of TSensors

For the next three weeks we’ll be showcasing blogs from some of the best speakers at TSensors Summit 2015.  With so much interesting content and so many visionary speakers, seats are going fast.  Join us in Florida for TSensors Summit 2015 and Register Now! Ion Detection in Fluids – Enabling large volume applications | Gas Sensors…

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A Taste of TSensors

For the next three weeks we’ll be showcasing blogs from some of the best speakers at TSensors Summit 2015!  With so much interesting content and so many visionary speakers, seats are going fast!  Join us in Florida for TSensors Summit 2015 and Register Now!   Earthquake detection saves lives | How developing nations make roadmaps better…

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Anyone for sharing garbage?

By Steve Whalley, Chief Strategy Officer, MEMS Industry Group At Sensors Expo June 9-11, it was encouraging to see many first timers at the pre-conference MEMS track hosted by MEMS Industry Group as well as at the two day main event.  Perhaps it was the Long Beach, CA location for this year’s event or just…

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