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Our online Market Intelligence Portal brings you in-depth market intelligence and independent analysis throughout the year, helping you to drive revenue in much shorter time frames. The Market Intelligence Portal covers the broadly defined fields of (a) printed, flexible and/or flexible electronics, and (b) emerging materials and devices. For a detailed scope document please click here
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- 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…Apple, Samsung, LG Chem move into the flexible batteries business
- There are just two weeks to go until IDTechEx host Printed Electronic Europe 2015, at Berlin's Estrel Conference Center on 28 & 29 April.Experts present disruptive technologies at Wearable Technology Europe
- Using an initiated chemical vapor deposition technique, the research team created an ultrathin polymeric insulating layer essential in realizing transistors with flexibility and low power…Ultrathin polymer insulators key to low-power flexible electronics
- Created in collaboration by Holst Centre, TNO and fashion designer Pauline van Dongen, the Solar Shirt brings the worlds of high tech and high-street fashion together.Solar Shirt: the phone charger you wear
- Learn more about Colloidal Ink in this interview made at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA show.Colloidal Ink interview at IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event
- IDTechEx interviews Prof Komoda of Panasonic, finding out more about their work with OLED lighting.OLED Lighting at Panasonic: Video interview with IDTechEx
- FlexEnable has announced its participation in the Graphene Flagship, the EU's biggest ever initiative in the field of graphene and related materials.FlexEnable to enhance the global graphene value chain
- Consumers are one step closer to benefiting from packaging that could give simple text warnings when food is contaminated with deadly pathogens like E. coli and Salmonella, and patients could soon…Inkjet printer could produce tool to identify infectious disease
- New research conducted by IDTechEx finds that the thermal interface materials market - including tapes, adhesives, greases, gels, pastes, elastomeric pads, phase change materials, graphite, solders,…Thermal interface materials market set to grow to $3.7bn by 2025
- Press ReleaseVTT has developed a method for printing memory circuits directly, e.g. onto consumer packaging.VTT develops a method for printing WORM memories
- Do drawbacks differ and cost effectiveness differ in mass production and lab level.. pilot level printed electronics?Problems with silicon chips
- 3d printed graphene is commercially available Graphene3d labsWhy does co-locating our graphene event make sense?
- This article is great!New electronic skin for prosthetics, robotics
- Actually you will find that Johnson Matthey have all but exited this market. They have withdrawn what little carbon inks and UV curable dielectric they did offer - and now only sell three very…New polymer thick film materials for printable circuits