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LCD display industry: assessment of current market status & key trends

LCD display industry: assessment of current market status & key trends

LCD display industry: an assessment of current market status and key trends
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2020
ReMarkable's Redesigned E-Paper Tablet

ReMarkable's Redesigned E-Paper Tablet

reMarkable 2 is the world's thinnest tablet and it features an E Ink display so paper-like it's hard to tell the difference.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2020
Graphene, Perovskites and Silicon, an Ideal Tandem for Solar Cells

Graphene, Perovskites and Silicon, an Ideal Tandem for Solar Cells

Laws of physics limit the maximum efficiency of silicon solar cells to 32%. For that reason, scientists have spent decades trying to come up with other alternatives, such as III-V and perovskites. However, the latter present several manufacturing challenges, and scaling up the production of solar panels is a key step towards success.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2020
Stretchable and Highly Conductive Textiles

Stretchable and Highly Conductive Textiles

TC Printing technologies LLC is an R&D center that builds novel solutions in printed electronics area. Rely on our innovative materials, printing techniques and huge experience to fulfil sophisticated tasks from our customers. Their cooperation with leading Russian universities allows them to develop and produce functional pastes and customized printed sensors that suit our customers' specific demands. TC Printing technologies is a member of PrintoCent Industry Cluster joining leading innovative manufacturers of printed electronics. To sum up, we provide R&D works on customers' demands and offer solutions to resolve challenging scientific tasks.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2020
Gas Sensor Innovations Enable New Markets to Come

Gas Sensor Innovations Enable New Markets to Come

Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and screen-printing techniques open the door to miniaturised gas sensors and enable the integration of such gas sensors into many consumer devices, such as mobile phones and wearable devices.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2020
Graphene Solar Heating Film

Graphene Solar Heating Film

Researchers have developed a highly efficient solar absorbing film that absorbs sunlight with minimal heat loss and rapidly heats up to 83°C in an open environment.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2020
Wearable Powered by Body Motion Using Stretchable Carbon Nanotubes

Wearable Powered by Body Motion Using Stretchable Carbon Nanotubes

Wearable devices, like smartwatches and activity trackers, have numerous useful functions including information display and biological information sensing. More than half a billion are already being used worldwide, in a wide range of applications such as sports, healthcare, and the human Internet of Things.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2020
Powering Devices Goes Skin Deep

Powering Devices Goes Skin Deep

Soft and flexible materials can be used to ultrasonically charge bioelectronic implants, which could help to reduce the need for surgical treatment.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2020
Technology Development Toward Multilayered Flexible Hybrid Electronics

Technology Development Toward Multilayered Flexible Hybrid Electronics

Flexible Hybrid Electronics have been used to fabricate multi-layer circuits that are conformable, low-cost and suitable for a wide variety of applications, from smart packaging, connected healthcare, intelligent industrials to efficient infrastructure.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 16, 2020
Research Boosts Stability of Perovskites, Helps Silicon Solar Cells

Research Boosts Stability of Perovskites, Helps Silicon Solar Cells

A change in chemical composition enabled scientists to boost the longevity and efficiency of a perovskite solar cell. The new formula enabled the solar cell to resist a stability problem that has so far thwarted the commercialization of perovskites. The problem is known as light-induced phase-segregation, which occurs when the alloys that make up the solar cells break down under exposure to continuous light.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
LCD display industry: assessment of current market status & key trends

LCD display industry: assessment of current market status & key trends

LCD display industry: an assessment of current market status and key trends
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2020
Graphene, Perovskites and Silicon, an Ideal Tandem for Solar Cells

Graphene, Perovskites and Silicon, an Ideal Tandem for Solar Cells

Laws of physics limit the maximum efficiency of silicon solar cells to 32%. For that reason, scientists have spent decades trying to come up with other alternatives, such as III-V and perovskites. However, the latter present several manufacturing challenges, and scaling up the production of solar panels is a key step towards success.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2020
Gas Sensor Innovations Enable New Markets to Come

Gas Sensor Innovations Enable New Markets to Come

Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and screen-printing techniques open the door to miniaturised gas sensors and enable the integration of such gas sensors into many consumer devices, such as mobile phones and wearable devices.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2020
Wearable Powered by Body Motion Using Stretchable Carbon Nanotubes

Wearable Powered by Body Motion Using Stretchable Carbon Nanotubes

Wearable devices, like smartwatches and activity trackers, have numerous useful functions including information display and biological information sensing. More than half a billion are already being used worldwide, in a wide range of applications such as sports, healthcare, and the human Internet of Things.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2020
Technology Development Toward Multilayered Flexible Hybrid Electronics

Technology Development Toward Multilayered Flexible Hybrid Electronics

Flexible Hybrid Electronics have been used to fabricate multi-layer circuits that are conformable, low-cost and suitable for a wide variety of applications, from smart packaging, connected healthcare, intelligent industrials to efficient infrastructure.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2020
ReMarkable's Redesigned E-Paper Tablet

ReMarkable's Redesigned E-Paper Tablet

reMarkable 2 is the world's thinnest tablet and it features an E Ink display so paper-like it's hard to tell the difference.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2020
Stretchable and Highly Conductive Textiles

Stretchable and Highly Conductive Textiles

TC Printing technologies LLC is an R&D center that builds novel solutions in printed electronics area. Rely on our innovative materials, printing techniques and huge experience to fulfil sophisticated tasks from our customers. Their cooperation with leading Russian universities allows them to develop and produce functional pastes and customized printed sensors that suit our customers' specific demands. TC Printing technologies is a member of PrintoCent Industry Cluster joining leading innovative manufacturers of printed electronics. To sum up, we provide R&D works on customers' demands and offer solutions to resolve challenging scientific tasks.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2020
Graphene Solar Heating Film

Graphene Solar Heating Film

Researchers have developed a highly efficient solar absorbing film that absorbs sunlight with minimal heat loss and rapidly heats up to 83°C in an open environment.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2020
Powering Devices Goes Skin Deep

Powering Devices Goes Skin Deep

Soft and flexible materials can be used to ultrasonically charge bioelectronic implants, which could help to reduce the need for surgical treatment.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 16, 2020
Research Boosts Stability of Perovskites, Helps Silicon Solar Cells

Research Boosts Stability of Perovskites, Helps Silicon Solar Cells

A change in chemical composition enabled scientists to boost the longevity and efficiency of a perovskite solar cell. The new formula enabled the solar cell to resist a stability problem that has so far thwarted the commercialization of perovskites. The problem is known as light-induced phase-segregation, which occurs when the alloys that make up the solar cells break down under exposure to continuous light.
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