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In the news section, our experts take center stage in shaping discussions on technology and policy. Discover articles featuring insights from our experts or citing our research. CSET’s insights and research are pivotal in shaping key conversations within the evolving landscape of emerging technology and policy.

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Chips with Everything

BBC Radio 4
| February 22, 2024

In a BBC Radio 4's "The Rise and Rise of the Microchip" episode that revolves around the intricate domain of the microchip industry, CSET's Hanna Dohmen provided her expert insights.

The race to secure semiconductor supply chains

BBC World Service
| January 11, 2024

In a BBC World Service's Business Daily episode that revolves around the challenges faced by the semiconductor industry, CSET's Hanna Dohmen provided her expert insights.

WIRED published an article citing a CSET report authored by John VerWey. The article delves into the increasing water demand in the semiconductor industry as the US aims to enhance chip production. This surge in demand is due to the substantial water usage required for cleaning silicon wafers during the manufacturing process in semiconductor factories.

In a New York Times Magazine feature that delves into the United States' efforts to control the global semiconductor market, particularly in relation to China, CSET's Kevin Wolf shared his expert analysis.

One Reason the U.S. Can’t Quit China? Chips.

The New York Times
| July 8, 2023

In a New York Times article discussing the challenges faced by global semiconductor companies, CSET's Emily S. Weinstein provided her expert insight.

In an article published by The Wall Street Journal that discusses the Biden administration's plans to restrict Chinese companies' access to U.S. cloud-computing services, CSET's Emily S. Weinstein provided her expert insight.

In a WIRED article, CSET's Emily S. Weinstein contributed her expertise to the discussion surrounding the existence of encryption chips produced by Hualan Microelectronics, a Chinese company that has been identified by the US Department of Commerce due to its affiliations with the Chinese military.

In an article published by The Wall Street Journal, CSET's Emily S. Weinstein provides insights into the case of a former executive from Samsung Electronics who stands accused of leaking sensitive technology to build a chip factory in China.

In an article published by Barron’s and sourced from Agence France-Presse, CSET’s Emily S. Weinstein provided expert insights on Beijing’s recent restrictions on American chipmaker Micron in critical infrastructure projects.

CSET's Karson Elmgren provided expert insights in a radio segment from Marketplace about the rise of Nvidia's stock price and its significance in reflecting the potential direction of the economy.