August 23, 2022

CHIPS for America: Martijn Rasser talks the Chips and Science Act, Semiconductors, and Tech Supply Chains

By Martijn Rasser and Drisya Antose

In this week's episode, A'ndre and guest co-host Drisya Antose talk to Center for a New American Security's Martijn Rasser, Director of the Center's Technology and National Security program, about the recently signed CHIPS and Science ACT, dissecting what's in the bill and how it aims to bolster technological productivity in the United States.

Listen to the full interview from The Burn Bag.

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