Memory ink could revolutionise data storage in printed electronics
Oct 14, 2015 Australia
A new material that can store digital information and be printed onto various surfaces, could be used for memory cells in next-generation, large-scale printable electronics.
DuPont Microcircuit Materials introduces new in-mold electronic inks
Oct 14, 2015 United States
DuPont Microcircuit Materials is launching a suite of in-mold electronic inks designed to help streamline electronic devices by reducing the need for rigid circuit boards.
FlexEnable spearheads another breakthrough in flexible electronics
Oct 14, 2015 United Kingdom
FlexEnable has successfully validated a new class of high performance organic semiconductors in a million pound project funded by Innovate UK.
Morgan conducts first graphene experiment at University of Manchester
Oct 13, 2015 United Kingdom
The first official experiment has taken place in a novel collaboration between industry and academia in the production of graphene.
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Quantum dots: an expanding market for material suppliers
Oct 13, 2015 Worldwide
This article includes an overview of the technology, main players and case studies.
LCD display with metal oxide semiconductor
Oct 12, 2015 Taiwan
Taiwanese display maker Chunghwa Picture Tubes has presented a 5.8 inch LCD display with iXsenic® metal oxide semiconductor coated with Gen 4 slot-die coating equipment.
Insight into the long-term stability of solar cells
Oct 12, 2015 Netherlands
A researcher has developed an experimental set-up in which the degradation of solar cells can be accelerated and the degradation monitored in real time. The experimental set-up has been well received in the photovoltaic world and is now being commercialised.
E Ink discussing the Outdoor Signage Market
Oct 12, 2015
Video interview with E Ink at Printed Electronics Europe.
Wearable electronic health patches now cheaper and easier to make
Oct 12, 2015 United States
A team of researchers has invented a method for producing inexpensive and high-performing wearable patches that can continuously monitor the body's vital signs for human health and performance tracking, potentially outperforming traditional monitoring tools such as cardiac event monitors.
A $14bn market for advanced and post lithium-ion batteries in 2026
Oct 9, 2015 Worldwide
Whilst existing battery technologies such as lead acid and lithium-ion batteries will dominate the battery market in the following 10 years, advanced and post lithium-ion batteries given the right conditions can potentially take a considerable dent of about 10% of whole battery market by 2026.
Brilliant colors from environmentally friendly crystals
Oct 9, 2015 Germany
Quantum dots have made it possible to substantially increase color quality in LCD displays. However, these cadmium-based nanocrystals have proven to be harmful to the environment. Researchers are working together with an industry partner to develop a promising alternative: quantum dots based on indium phosphide.
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Powering lightweight devices and wearable electronics
Oct 8, 2015 Worldwide
IDTechEx report from a FlexTech Alliance workshop on novel & innovative power sources for lightweight devices and wearable electronics
Physicists map the strain in a wonder material
Oct 8, 2015 United States
An international group of scientists is reporting a breakthrough in the effort to characterize the properties of graphene noninvasively while acquiring information about its response to structural strain.
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