What is MUMPs? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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MUMPs is a program that assists companies and academic researchers with ideas for micro-electromechanical systems ( MEMS ) to manufacture prototypes. Since the manufacture of silicon chips in which MEMS are imbedded is costly, MUMPs provides special manufacturing "runs" that qualified enterprises can be part of. MUMPs is administered by the MEMS Technology Application Center (MCNC).

This was last updated in September 2005
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