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nanoHUB: Rebuilding a critical American industry

Semiconductors are tiny but essential components in our daily lives, making possible the electronic wizardry found in everything from smartphones and cars to medical devices and military equipment. But the global share of semiconductors manufactured in the United States has fallen from 37% in 1990 to just 12% today.

nanoHUB, a science gateway supporting millions of engineers and other sciences focused on nanotechnology, is a crucial part of this work at Purdue University. One community on nanoHUB, SCALE, was mentioned in this article: "Purdue University Online provides upskilling channels for professionals anytime and from anywhere. And we’re the headquarters of the Department of Defense’s SCALE initiative, a workforce development program that brings together many universities throughout the country."

Read more about the article by Fast Company featuring nanoHUB: Rebuilding a critical American industry.