Innovate Illinois Co-Vice-Chair Chancellor Robert J. Jones Attends White House Event Announcing CHIPS and Science Act R&D Program
The White House event featured a celebratory opening followed by two concurrent roundtables focusing on workforce and research, with Chancellor Jones’ participation.
In the last few decades, technology has permeated every facet of our day-to-day lives. Foreign adversaries now often use technological prowess rather than tanks and troops to project power undermining the very values America holds dear.
The region was recently designated a quantum technology hub by the U.S. Department of Commerce, which will bring in additional federal funding.
Pritzker Chases Every Federal Dollar With New $1 Billion EPA Bid. Illinois is battling other US states for clean energy projects
The new hub could help Chicago inventors get their research into commercial products faster and create more jobs in the area.
Pritzker’s science project: Aggressive bid for federal semiconductor center part of larger plan to make state hi-tech hub
With Chicago in the running for the $11 billion National Semiconductor Technology Center, a multi-university network of researchers and scientists are optimistic Illinois’ advances in engineering and manufacturing — especially quantum.
Gov. Pritzker, Sen. Duckworth, and Sen. Durbin Announce Two Illinois Programs Selected as U.S. EDA Tech Hubs
The Tech Hubs will bolster technology developments, innovation, and economic growth in Illinois
Chicago quantum computing and Central Illinois precision fermentation and biomanufacturing EDA Tech Hubs announced to lead innovation, economic growth, and technological advancements.
The state of Illinois is making a concerted push behind the scenes to land a new, flagship federal center of advanced semiconductor research and manufacturing.
Governor JB Pritzker says the nation needs to ramp up its efforts to lead the world in semiconductors and quantum computing, arguing that it’s currently “under-investing.”