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Paper electronics ready for prime time
21 Feb 2011 | Europe/United Kingdom/France/United States/Japan/Italy/Russia/Spain/South Africa/Sweden
The term paper electronics refers to electronic and electric circuits printed onto paper - increasingly both at the same time. Paper electronics has its origins in the screen printing of electrodes onto battery separators for cylindrical batteries an...
Ulvac sees demand for small OLED panel gear
1 Feb 2011 | Japan
Japan's Ulvac Inc has said that demand for gear used in making small and next-generation OLED display panels for smartphones is strong, making up for a fall in demand for large liquid-crystal display (LCD) equipment. Ulvac, based in Chigasaki, 50 k...
INSIDE Secure first to support breakthrough Kovio RF barcodes
10 Jan 2011 | United States
NFC Leader sees big future for ultra-low-cost smart tags and posters Ushering in a new era in mobile consumer brand interaction, INSIDE Secure, a leader in semiconductor solutions for secure transactions and digital identity, has became the first ma...
Printed Electronics-Predictions for 2011
5 Jan 2011 | Worldwide
In this article, we examine what to expect for 2011. To do that, we must understand the spectacular successes of the recent past as well as the failures. This has often been an industry with poor business planning and marketing. For example, in e-r...
Konarka signs distribution agreement with Japanese company
31 Dec 2010 | Japan/United States
Konarka has signed a distribution agreement with Japanese company Kogent Inc a subsidiary of Macnica Group, a leading distributor in Japan. The company will distribute Konarka's organic, flexible, thin-film solar material that converts light to energ...
Nothing small about Nano-Terra raising $17.2m - cbl
28 Dec 2010 | United Kingdom
Nano-Terra Inc. has raised $17.23 million from a $23.62 mixed offering from six investors, according to an SEC filing. CEO and vice chairman Myer Berlow is named in the filing along with president Ueli Morant; COO Eric Keller; chairman and head of ...
Sony names Nobel chemist Negishi as research advisor
17 Dec 2010 | Japan
Electronics giant Sony has named Eiichi Negishi, the Japanese co-recipient of this year's Nobel Prize for chemistry, as a senior advisor for research and development. The US-based organic chemist, a distinguished professor at Purdue University in I...
Unidym announces alliance with Samsung Electronics
Press Release | 14 Dec 2010 | United States
Unidym, Inc., a majority owned subsidiary of Arrowhead Research Corporation, announced that it has completed IP cooperation and license agreements with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. ("Samsung"). Under the agreements: 1.Unidym licensed to ...
Printed Electronics USA 2010 Highlights
8 Dec 2010 | United States
Last week the annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics event was held in the heart of Silicon Valley in California. Almost 1200 people attended the conference and 49,000 square-foot exhibition. Much more pronounced this year compared to last year was the ...
A universal TFT/OLED display driver board
26 Nov 2010 | United States
Amulet Technologies, a recognized leader in embedded graphic user interface solutions, recently announced the availability of a universal TFT/OLED display driver board. This is the fastest and easiest solution for adding a graphic user interface (G...
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