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Colloidal Ink interview at IDTechEx Printed Electroncis USA event

Colloidal Ink interview at IDTechEx Printed Electroncis USA event

Apr 2, 2015 Worldwide
Learn more about Colloidal Ink in this interview made at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA show.
One step closer to artificial photosynthesis and solar fuels

One step closer to artificial photosynthesis and solar fuels

Apr 2, 2015 United States
Scientists, inspired by a chemical process found in leaves, have developed an electrically conductive film that could help pave the way for devices capable of harnessing sunlight to split water into hydrogen fuel.
Wearable, automotive and IoT drive sensor growth at IDTechEx Show!

Wearable, automotive and IoT drive sensor growth at IDTechEx Show!

Apr 1, 2015
The last decade has seen the cost of sensors fall to an average sales price of 50 cents from several dollars, driven first by the increase in sensors for automotive followed by consumer electronics such as smart phones. The next phase of volume growth will be driven by wearable technology, IoT and driver assisted/autonomous vehicles. This is also driving work on new types of sensors, such as flexible, larger area ones.
Many promising pathways for solar photovoltaic power

Many promising pathways for solar photovoltaic power

Apr 1, 2015 United States
Use of solar photovoltaics has been growing at a phenomenal rate: Worldwide installed capacity has seen sustained growth averaging 43 percent per year since 2000. To evaluate the prospects for sustaining such growth, the MIT researchers look at possible constraints on materials availability, and propose a system for evaluating the many competing approaches to improved solar-cell performance.
Graphene's lightbulb moment

Graphene's lightbulb moment

Mar 31, 2015 United Kingdom
A graphene lightbulb with lower energy emissions, longer lifetime and lower manufacturing costs has been launched thanks to a University of Manchester research and innovation partnership.
Discovery could yield more efficient portable electronics, solar cells

Discovery could yield more efficient portable electronics, solar cells

Mar 31, 2015 United States
By figuring out how to precisely order the molecules that make up what scientists call organic glass, chemists have set the stage for more efficient and sturdier portable electronic devices and possibly a new generation of solar cells based on organic materials.
NanoXplore and Graphene - interview at IDTechEx event

NanoXplore and Graphene - interview at IDTechEx event

Mar 30, 2015 Worldwide
Group NanoXplore specialises in the science of graphene and its derivative materials. Learn more in this interview made at the IDTechEx Graphene LIVE! event.
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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.
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.
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.
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