Fabricating the Future

- June 06, 2016

MEMS devices are everywhere these days, from smartphones and biomedical devices to the Internet of Things (IoT). And the industry is moving quickly, with emerging applications for MEMS coming from a variety of sources including large companies, startups, academia, R&D, and even entrepreneurs with a vision.

As founder and CEO of Rogue Valley Microdevices, a precision MEMS foundry based in southern Oregon, Jessica Gomez has her finger on the pulse of the MEMS industry. She blogs about interesting events and emerging applications, particularly, but not exclusively, as they apply to the MEMS industry.


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