Canada to invest $240M in semiconductor and photonics industries
The government is calling on businesses to identify proposals in the priority areas of research, commercialization, and expanded semiconductor manufacturing capacity.
This article is related to Canada’s manufacturing and resources sectors. Alfa Laval’s heat transfer units and wastewater separators are used to capture waste heat and treat waste water and reduce water consumption and carbon footprints for process operations across Canada.
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“…Innovation and Science Minister François–Philippe Champagne introduced the Semiconductor Challenge Callout, a fund of $150 million through the Strategic Innovation Fund to reinforce Canada’s domestic development and supply of semiconductors.
Additionally, Champagne also announced funding in the amount of $90 million for the National Research Council of Canada’s Canadian Photonics Fabrication Centre.
The government is calling on businesses to identify proposals in the priority areas of research, commercialization, and expanded semiconductor manufacturing capacity...”
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