After laying out the groundwork for the CHIPS and Science Act, the United States needs to address its lack of homegrown STEM talent required for a resurgence in American technology innovation. 

Last October, iDEAL Semiconductor co-founder and CEO Mark Granahan connected with Computerworld to discuss the glaring holes in today’s STEM talent and why students aren’t picking chip development careers required to lead the United States back to semiconductor supremacy.

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