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NRC Printable Electronics initiative - interview with IDTechEx

NRC Printable Electronics initiative - interview with IDTechEx

Mar 27, 2015 Worldwide
The National Research Council (NRC) is the Government of Canada's premier organization for research and technology development.
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Sensors in Medicine - Event Report

Sensors in Medicine - Event Report

Mar 27, 2015 United Kingdom
IDTechEx joined around 100 delegates at the Sensors in Medicine 2015 event at the Royal Geographical Society on London's Exhibition Road. Two days of talks from companies, academics and physicians discussed the key trends around the topic, and presented the state-of-the-art when it comes to different sensors for medical point of care diagnosis.
Electrically conductive inks and adhesives for wearable electronics

Electrically conductive inks and adhesives for wearable electronics

Mar 27, 2015 United States
Creative Materials introduces electrically conductive inks and adhesives custom-designed for wearable electronic applications.
Optimising soft-optoelectronics materials with molecular engineering

Optimising soft-optoelectronics materials with molecular engineering

Mar 26, 2015 Japan
The molecules used to make optoelectronic devices can be engineered to balance the chemical interactions within them and optimise their properties for specific applications.
Sung An Machinery - interview at IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA

Sung An Machinery - interview at IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA

Mar 25, 2015 Worldwide
Sung An Machinery, better known as SAM, manufactures Extrusion Coating and Laminating Machines, Solution Coating and Laminating Machines, Rotogravure Printing Machines, and In-Line Flexographic Printing Machines.
Progress in flexible non-contact sensing matrix devices

Progress in flexible non-contact sensing matrix devices

Mar 25, 2015 China
Carbon based nanomaterials such as carbon nanotube and graphene have attracted more and more attention due to their unique physical and chemical properties. As flexible conducting films, these materials present unprecedented great performance in electronic components and flexible nanodevices.
Apple, Samsung, LG Chem move into the flexible batteries business

Apple, Samsung, LG Chem move into the flexible batteries business

Mar 24, 2015 Worldwide
After years of slow progress from small companies, flexible batteries now have the attention of big brands such as Apple, Samsung, LG Chemical, Nokia and STMicroelectronics, who are set to drive the flexible battery market from US$ 6.9 million in 2015 to over US$ 400 million in 2025 according to IDTechEx Research.
Finding an affordable way to use graphene is the key to its success

Finding an affordable way to use graphene is the key to its success

Mar 23, 2015 Australia
Graphene is a remarkably strong material given it's only a single carbon-atom thick. But finding ways to do something with it - that's also affordable too - have always been a challenge.
IDTechEx Interview Organic Semiconductor Material Company Smartkem

IDTechEx Interview Organic Semiconductor Material Company Smartkem

Mar 23, 2015 Worldwide
SmartKem delivers 'organic' semiconductor materials for the manufacture of flexible and plastic electronic displays used in applications such as, eReaders, Smartphones, Tablets and TV's.
'Smart bandage' detects bedsores before they are visible to doctors

'Smart bandage' detects bedsores before they are visible to doctors

Mar 23, 2015 United States
Engineers at UC Berkeley are developing a new type of bandage that does far more than stanch the bleeding from a paper cut or scraped knee.
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Insights on Thermal Interface Materials

Insights on Thermal Interface Materials

Mar 20, 2015 Worldwide
Overheating is the most critical issue in the computer industry. It limits power, performance, reliability and further miniaturisation. This article looks at the options for thermal interface materials.
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