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  • SEMICON Europa is happening next month, and for the first time, it'll be co-located with Productronica - one of the world’s leading trade fairs for electronics development and production. Learn more on our blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQH74

    SEMICON Europa to Share Stage with Productronica in Munich

    For the first time, SEMICON Europa will be co-located with productronica - one of the world's leading trade fairs for electronics development and production - at Messe München in Munich, Germany. Both events open on November 14, 2017. The co-location creates the strongest single event for electronics manufacturing in Europe and broadens the range of attendees across the electronics supply chain.

  • We're looking forward to this year's AVS Symposium! Held in Tampa, FL, some of the greatest minds in science and technology will gather to discuss pressing issues in the research and manufacturing spaces. Learn more about the event and Lam's involvement on today's blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHRG

    Atomic-Scale Processing Heats Up Tampa at the AVS Symposium

    Some of the greatest minds in science and technology will be convening in Tampa for the 64th annual AVS International Symposium & Exhibition starting on October 29, 2017. Among the topics of discussion will be challenges associated with cutting-edge materials, processing, and interfaces in the research and manufacturing communities.

  • Habitat loss is extremely detrimental for Korea's Red-Crowned Crane. That's why our team in South Korea is dedicated to helping. Read how on our blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQRXo

    Caring for Cranes: Preserving Their Habitat in Korea

    Picture the snowy white silhouette of a red-crowned crane ("durumi" in Korean) against its grassy wetlands habitat, and you can understand why our employees at Lam Research Korea are passionate about preserving the graceful bird's winter home.

  • Eat, move, be mindful, learn. These are the four pillars we strive for each day here at Lam Research through our Live Well program, so it feels good to be recognized as one of the area's healthiest employers! Take a look at the full story to learn how we encourage active lifestyles on a daily basis: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ0qF

    Fremont-based Lam Research (NASDAQ: LRCX) uses a multi-pronged wellness approach - San Francisco Business Times

    Employees participating in walking challenges have earned pedometers, duffel bags branded with the "Live Well" slogan and mini survival kits Eat, move, be mindful, learn. These are the four pillars of Lam Research's Live Well program. Although it only launched last year, the program has already made great strides in affecting the health and wellness of its employees, the company says.

  • Lam Research is proud to supply chipmakers with the equipment they need to produce next-generation technology, but none of it would be possible without our hard-working engineers. Read our blog to learn more about their vital role in the company: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ0PE

    Engineers Shape the Future of the Semiconductor Industry

    Lam is proud to play an important role in influencing future technology by supplying chipmakers with the equipment they need to enable every kind of electronic device imaginable-and even some that haven't been imagined yet.

  • The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year! Read this week's blog to learn how the program is cultivating STEM education alongside regional leaders in SE Asia: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQlk8

    STEM Power to Fuel ASEAN's Growth

    This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which promotes multilateral cooperation, economic growth, and social progress. Now entering its second half century, the economic bloc is looking to cement its status as a key player in the global marketplace.

  • We're proud to announce the release of our new Corvus™ edge control technology for our Kiyo® conductor etch products! Read about how it's solving wafer edge challenges on this week's blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQlNR

    New Corvus Technology Takes Uniformity Control to the Edge

    Chipmakers want every part of the wafer to produce, or yield, good die. Advances in process technologies over the years have just about made this a reality, even as feature dimensions continue to shrink and devices grow ever more complex.

  • In Taiwan, Lam fulfills its commitment to community improvement by supporting activities that encourage literacy and education. That's why getting involved with the Four Season Talk Program was a no-brainer! Read our blog for more information: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ4NH

    Taiwan Library Talk Program Educates and Inspires

    At Lam Research, we are committed to improving lives in the communities where we live and work around the globe. In Taiwan, one of our areas of focus is supporting activities that help improve literacy and education, so getting involved with the Four Season Talk Program was an easy decision.

  • From wearable activity monitors, to IoT-connected feeders, pet-related technology is allowing us to dote on our furry friends in ways we never imagined. More information up on the blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQeqr

    Tech for Pets

    We use technology to improve nearly every area of life, and doting on our pets' well-being is no exception. In fact, many pet stores now have "tech centers" that offer the latest gadgets for pampering those furry, winged, or scaled members of our families.

  • From better athletic performance, to navigation assistance for the visually impaired, smart footwear technology is improving the lives of many people. Learn more by reading this week's blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQi9U

    Silicon Snack: Stepping Out with Smart Shoes

    In Ancient Egypt, shoes denoted social status, even distinguishing commoners and nobility by the color and length of their footwear. Recreated ruby slippers commemorating the 50th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz and a Rita Hayworth-inspired burnt sienna satin peep toe share the honor of being the most expensive shoes in the world at US$3 million each.

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