Georgia Tech’s Packaging Research Center Seeks Industry Partnerships as NSF Funds Dry Up

We attended the Packaging Research Center’s (PRC) Industry Week last Friday to hear some of the latest research areas and trends for the NSF- and industry-funded research center at Georgia Tech. Founded in 1994, the PRC is tasked with developing new technologies to solve packaging issues for microel...

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