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Europe is running out of superconductors – here's what it can learn from tech survivor Osram

By Michael Weinold, Researcher, Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance, University of Cambridge
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The shortage of semiconductor chips has exposed the vulnerability of European high-tech manufacturers that rely heavily on chip imports from Asia. The automotive sector alone, traditionally a European high-tech stronghold, is expected to take a US$110 billion (£79 billion) hit over the coming years as a result.

In 2020, high-tech products represented…

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