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1. Medipix Collaboration
The development of the Medipix2 chips was done in a collaboration based at CERN. The readout chip was designed mainly by the microelectronics group at CERN with input from users through a Project Management Committee. We are responsible for electron microscopy applications and also hold exploitation rights in this field.
2. MI3 Collaboration
The original MAPS device was designed at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford. Future work on this and similar devices will be done in collaboration with RAL and possibly other members of the MI3 Basic Technology consortium.