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  • In March, we hosted our 5th annual Heart & Soles event with Silicon Valley Leadership Group. We’re proud to report this event raised money to provide 200 schools with salad bars, improving school nutrition for 150,000 kids. Read more on our blog:

    Lam Employees Run with Their Hearts and Soles

    Teaching children good health and fitness habits is a gift that will set them on a path for success all throughout their lives. That's why Lam is proud to collaborate with the Silicon Valley Leadership Group Foundation for the Lam Research Heart & Soles Run, which is dedicated to helping local children learn about making healthy lifestyle choices.

  • We’re proud to sponsor this week’s Society of Women Engineers Local Conference in Portland! Come see a couple of our employees present their papers! Register here:

  • Lam was a Gold Sponsor of the IESA Vision Summit 2018 last month, which was held at The Leela Palace, Bengaluru. Our Managing Director for India, Krishnan Shrinivasan, participated in the panel discussion and also delivered a keynote about current opportunities within the semiconductor industry.

  • Self-aligned quadruple patterning (SAQP) will have you seeing fours! Thanks to this innovative technique, feature sizes that were once unavailable via traditional lithography are now possible. Click the link to watch our video, which explains how Lam equipment enables this process:

    Extending Moore's Law: Self-Aligned Quadruple Patterning (SAQP)

    Extending Moore's law past the limits of conventional lithography, multiple patterning is one of the clever ways chipmakers use to create features that are much smaller than the wavelength of light. Watch this cool clip showing self-aligned quadruple patterning (SAQP), a technique that repeats lithography, etch, and deposition steps to create features four times denser than in the initial lithography pattern.

  • 2018 is the year of the earth dog! Did you know the two signs merge just once every 60 years? While the dog symbolizes intelligence and protection, the earth sign brings a solid, stable energy to the table. Click the link to read our blog about the Lunar New Year!

    Looking Ahead to the Year of the Earth Dog

    As the lunar new year begins on February 16, we join in with friends around the globe to celebrate its arrival. On the Asian Zodiac calendar, this year is the yang (male) earth (sometimes called brown or yellow) dog.

  • Looking for more ways to see what we're up to at Lam Research? Give us a follow, or check out our latest posts on Instagram by clicking the link!

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    435 Followers, 46 Following, 23 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Lam Research (@lam_research)

  • SEMICON Korea is the biggest semiconductor show in the country, and it’s right around the corner! We're proud to sponsor and participate in several activities and sessions this year. Read the latest blog for more event details:

    Connect, Collaborate, and Innovate at SEMICON Korea

    For more than thirty years, SEMICON Korea has been known as one of the largest semiconductor shows in the Korean semiconductor industry. This premier event for electronics manufacturing will welcome a record number of exhibitors from twenty different countries to COEX in Seoul from January 31 to February 2.

  • From desktops to wearables, memory is needed for and impacts every aspect of computing. Have you ever wondered about memory types - how they work, their applications, and the challenges ahead for these technologies? Read our 200th blog post to find out!

    Tech Brief: Much Ado About Memory

    New semiconductor applications are ever changing and improving our lives, from new smartphones and wearables to healthcare, factory automation, and artificial intelligence. The humble memory chip working in the background plays a critical role in enabling these technologies. For example, that awesome picture you just took would be lost forever without memory.

  • Virtual and augmented reality are commonly thought of as technology used to improve gaming and entertainment environments, thanks to the explosive popularity of apps like Pokemon Go. However, VR/AR is also being used for other purposes that will change the way our world works. Learn more on today's blog:

    Understanding the Realities of AR and VR in Asia Pacific

    Who hasn't heard of Pokémon GO? Since its launch in 2016, the mobile augmented reality (AR) game has exploded in popularity worldwide. More importantly, it has been attributed to being the single global social phenomenon that catapulted the concept of AR and virtual reality (VR) into mainstream attention.

  • Technology is a game-changer for many of our favorite sports. From helping refs make more accurate calls, to protecting the health of our favorite athletes - read this week's blog to learn how semiconductors are revolutionizing the sports industry:

    Silicon Snack: On the Ball with Sports Tech

    "You cannot be serious!" On June 22, 1981, on Wimbledon No. 1 Court, John McEnroe, former tennis champion and 1999 International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee, took issue with a debatable line call. Unfortunately for him, it wasn't until 2006 that the Hawk-Eye system-a series of cameras positioned to track the ball and estimate its trajectory-made its first tennis appearance at the U.S.

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