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Particles, Coating, and Films

Ladies and gentlemen, hold on tight! We’re getting into some serious semiconductor business in this week’s Fish Fry. Have you ever wondered about the newest advances in nanoparticle coating technology? If so, you’re in luck! My guest is Jon Brodd (CEO – Cima NanoTech) and we’re going to talk about wet coating, nanoparticles, transparent conductive films, and trekking through the Himalayas. We’ll also check out how one family of tiny FPGAs can solve four big real-world design problems. 

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