Dublin nanotech firm moves into plasma process Monitoring equipment helps firms save on scrappage

Dublin nanotech firm moves into plasma process   Monitoring equipment helps firms save on scrappage
David Gahan, co-founder and chief technology officer at Impedans Picture: Fergal Phillips
Impedans, the Dublin-based maker of monitoring equipment for nano-manufacturers, is in the early stages of adapting its technology for integration with plasma process monitoring machines.

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