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    • After World War II, Frederick Terman, as Stanford University's dean of the school of engineering, encouraged faculty and graduates to start their own companies.Silicon Valley-Wikipedia
    • A convenient formula (attributed to F.E. Terman) for the diameter DW of a wire of circular cross-section whose resistance will increase by 10% at frequency f is:Skin effect-Wikipedia
    • Frederick Terman, a professor at Stanford University who later became the Dean of electrical engineering, initiated many R&D initiatives in Silicon Valley.Technopole-Wikipedia
    • The company originated in a garage in nearby Palo Alto during a fellowship they had with past professor Frederick Terman at Stanford during the Great Depression.Hewlett-Packard-Wikipedia
    • Inspired by Silicon Valley, Li consulted Frederick Terman on how Taiwan could follow its example.Hsinchu Science Park-Wikipedia
    • During the 1940s and 1950s, Frederick Terman, as Stanford's dean of engineering and provost, encouraged faculty and graduates to start their own companies.Economy of California-Wikipedia

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