Taxing Innovation in Microelectronics will Slow Advancements in Artificial Intelligence, Cellular Technology, Machine Learning and More
Since 1954, our economy, job quality, and national security have benefitted from the investment in and adoption of new technologies that have been partially fueled by companies being allowed to deduct research and development (R&D) expenses from their current year’s income. In 2022, the law that made this possible expired and Congressional action is needed immediately to restore long-standing incentives promoting American technological development.
Brewer Science commends Ken Joyce for appointment to the DOC Industrial Advisory Committee, advising CHIPS for America R&D efforts. ROLLA, MO (Oct 5, 2022) – Brewer Science, Inc., a global leader in microelectronics and optoelectronics, announced today that Ken...
Brewer Science Lauds U.S. Investment in Semiconductor Manufacturing with Signing of Chips and Science Act
Brewer Science Lauds U.S. Investment in Semiconductor Manufacturing with Signing of CHIPS and Science Act ROLLA, Mo. – August 9, 2022 – Brewer Science, Inc., a global leader in developing and manufacturing next-generation materials and processes for the...
Brewer Science Recognized as Certified B CorporationTMGlobal technology leader meets highest standards of corporate social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability to all their stakeholders....
Rolla, Mo., May 11, 2021 — Brewer Science, an international leader in the microelectronics industry, is thrilled to announce the establishment of the American Materials Technology Partnership. The newly launched coalition recognizes the need for high-quality materials...
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