SMT & Inspection | June 01, 2005
Agilent equipment enables research at Newcastle University
Newcastle University chancellor, The Right Honorable Chris Patten, and Agilent Technologies Inc. have officially opened a wireless research laboratory, EMSNow reports.
Combined government and public funding of over $5.4 million was used to construct the facilities, equipped with the latest Agilent electronic instruments and computer-aided design (CAD) software, valued at $2.7 million. The research laboratory was opened along with two new 70-seat undergraduate teaching laboratories in which the U.K.'s future technology specialists will be educated in pervasive computing and microelectronics.