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News from Belgium

- Ucamco's UcamX goes Academic

News from Italy

- Seica SpA announces that the company has been selected by Hella KGaA Hueck & Co as worldwide new electronic board ICT tester supplier.

News from the UK

- Polar Speedstack 2016 significantly enhances layer and impedance structure editing

- ICT Darlington Seminar

- Graphic Plc wins BAE Systems Gold Award

News from the USA

- Acquisition writ large

- Enthone Introduces ZINCROLYTE Sprint High Throughput, Alkaline Zinc-Nickel Process

- Help IPC Persuade U.S. Congress to Extend the R&D Tax Credit

Printed Electronics News

- A defect-free, molecule-thick film

- Graphene production breakthrough

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