About the Blog

Welcome to the Applied Materials Blog, where we discuss the ideas, actions and technologies changing the world.

Through this platform we provide insights into the innovations being created by our thought leaders and technologists, as well as lead the conversation on key technology inflections in the industries we serve. Additionally, we highlight the importance of being a global corporate citizen, and operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. Occasionally, we feature experts from our partner organizations to spur in-depth and dynamic dialogue.

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For quick and easy navigation, Applied Materials blog topics are organized by the following categories:

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  • Solar
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