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Origami shape may the hold key to to microelectronics
                   Nov.-Dec. 2019                               advances, 34


                         Contents                               NEWS



        TI’s bottom-gating furor and other courtroom tales,
        Ron Iscoff , 3                                           15 -GLOBALFOUNDREIS, TSMC settle lawsuits
                                                                16-Wafer shipments falling; seting record in 2020
        Advertisers, 16                                         16-Hogan named GF senior VP
                                                                16-Zhen Li to JCET CEO
        Ultrathin coating may protect 2D materials from corro-  18-MPU market likely to slump
        sion, 19                                                19-Intel reports record Q3 revenue
                                                                21-China’s slowing GDP is a risk factor
                                                                23-PC shipments show modest improvement
        Busieess Cards, 20                                      25-Conusmer spending on tech to reach $1.69T
                                                                30-Researchers develop thin, light camera lens
        Events, 23                                              32-MIT designs sensors for the IoT
                                                                35-28nm feature size accounts for nearly half
        Hogweed plant stems may be useful energy source, 24
                                                                2019 Advertisers, 37
        Chip may enable handheld microwave imaging, 26
                                                                EndPoints: The helium shortage is no laugh-
        Researchers develop new materials at the picometer      ing matter, Ron Iscoff , 38
        scale, 28
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        Utah researchers develop thinner, lighter camera
        lens,30
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