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Atmel launches new University Program

Posted on Thursday, March 15th, 2012 in News by Arup

Atmel launched a new University Program Website to support the academic community Educators and students can share study materials, and members can get a 50% discount any of the development tools through Digi-Key and Mouser. Read more about it below.

According to the official PR,

  • Members can apply for donations
  • Request student sponsorships
  • Educators have access to curriculum material and labs
  • Get access to training material
  • Discount and specials on
    recommended textbooks
  • 50% discount on boards and kits
  • Discounts and specials
    from Partners
  • Get free passes for special Atmel
    training events
  • Get product updates, Atmel events
    and training news – first!

Currently the registration is open for educators.

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