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Molecular Imprints: A Case Study On Success Through Strategic Industry and Academic Partnerships
Volume 1, Issue 4


Authors:
Michael Falcon, Molecular Imprints
Angela Ausman, Molecular Imprints

Abstract:
Strategic partnerships are critical to commercialization of nanotechnology. In this article, Michael Falcon and Angela Ausman explain how Molecular Imprints Inc. utilizes different partnerships. The company boldly seeks to develop integrated circuits that possess a greater number of transistors per square inch by introducing a new lithography technology. This new approach uses a novel and exciting type of nano-imprint technology. Molecular Imprints must take steps to ensure that its technological approach meets the needs of semiconductor chipmakers to help establish it as a viable and widely used technology. The company’s employment of strategic industry and academic partnerships goes a long way to helping its goals to become reality.

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