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Zank added, "By aligning with and supporting centers of R&D excellence, such as the University of Cambridge, we can leverage the expertise and resources of both industry and academia. As a result, we can accelerate key research breakthroughs and bring innovative solutions to customers faster than ever before."
"As a global leader in materials science, Dow Corning brings unique market insights and technical experiences that are essential to CAPE's work in electronics and photonics technology development," said Professor Bill Milne, director of CAPE and head of the Electrical Engineering Division, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge. "Dow Corning, along with the other CAPE members, has demonstrated a level of vision and leadership that will surely shape the future of the industry - so much so that other high-tech businesses and government agencies are now looking to CAPE as a model for smart, successful R&D initiatives."
This article was prepared by Biotech Week editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2006, Biotech Week via NewsRx.com.
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