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IU to invest $111M to boost U.S. microelectronics sector, drive economic competitiveness

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The university’s investment will boost the growth of the microelectronics industry in Indiana and across the U.S. and accelerate innovative solutions to major national security challenges through enhanced collaboration with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division.

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