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Merger and acquisition activity in engineering is set to rise thanks to a corporate cash mountain and geopolitical turmoil.
Consumers want to do more with the products they buy, which is giving manufacturers a headache because of the extra safety checks they have to build in to stop people from injuring themselves.
Depositing the features on semiconductors is no easy task, and existing tools have reached their limit, says E&T.
"Summer is on the way, so we turn our attention to a few leisurely pursuits - and some not-so leisurely ones..."
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