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Inside the Science of Innovation

Entegris is an advanced materials science company focused on transforming the way technology impacts people's daily lives. But what does that work look like and how does materials science play a role in today's technologies?


Our CEO, CTO, and division leaders take you inside and offer you a glimpse of the transformative work going on every day at Entegris.

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As told by our executives, the demand for Internet of Things (IoT) devices and related applications is increasing process complexity and driving the need for improvements in materials quality, stability, and purity from manufacture to point of use. 

 

To learn more about the advanced technologies Entegris is enabling, visit: www.entegris.com/IOT

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