SemiExpo 2022 » Market update. Edition 5
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23 January 2019

Dear partners!

Meet the fifth news industry edition of the exhibition brand SEMIEXPO RUSSIA. We have collected all the most relevant information for you and will do it regularly to ensure your growth and development in Russia and in global markets.

In the current issue:

   1. CRISPR Technology & Market Overview: from LAB to Industry 2018.

Recent advances in genome engineering are starting a revolution in biological and translational applications. CRISPR-Cas9 and its variants enable diverse manipulations of genome function. This genome editing principle spans almost every industry that involves biological systems including: biotech, agritech, therapeutics and diagnostics. Read more

2. Synthego expand the industrial potential of CRISPR technology – An interwiew by Yole Developpement.

It has been five years since the introduction of CRISPR technology, a fast and highly accurate method of editing DNA in living organisms. CRISPR has revolutionized medical research, drug development, and agriculture, but the process still requires considerable time to identify and build a library of “guide RNA” used to locate the specific genes to be cut or modified. Read more

3.Global Semiconductor Sales Up 9.8 Percent Year-to-Year in november.

WASHINGTON—Dec. 31, 2018—The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), representing U.S. leadership in semiconductor manufacturing, design, and research, today announced worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $41.4 billion for the month of November 2018, an increase of 9.8 percent from the November 2017 total of $37.7 billion and 1.1 percent less than the October 2018 total of $41.8 billion. Monthly sales are compiled by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization and represent a three-month moving average. Read more



 4. Al’s growing impact on chip design.

Synopsys chairman and co-CEO Aart de Geus sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to talk about the rapid infusion of AI into electronics, how that is changing chip design and the software that runs on those chips. What follows are excerpts of that conversation. Read more

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