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Metal oxide backplanes are gaining commercial ground
Jan 26, 2015 Worldwide
The metal oxide backplane technology has many clear advantages.
Successful start of pilot project for energy self-sufficient air dome
Jan 20, 2015 Germany
Heliatek has successfully installed its solar film, HeliaFilm®, on a PVC-based membrane air dome in Berlin, Germany.
Cambrios talks to IDTechEx about ITO replacements
Jan 16, 2015 United States
Video interview covering market trends, pricing, drivers and more, conducted at Printed Electronics USA.
Kateeva joins forces with Sumitomo Chemical
Jan 15, 2015 United States
Kateeva has announced a key partnership with Sumitomo Chemical Company, Ltd.
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Is there a future for flexible glass?
Jan 13, 2015 Worldwide
In the last three years, we have seen several companies showcasing ultrathin glass at tradeshows around the world. These glass substrates are so thin that they can be bent and rolled almost like a plastic film. But despite the fanfare surrounding the technical prowess, the future of flexible glass remains uncertain.
Quantum Materials to increase quantum dot production
Jan 13, 2015 United States
Leading North American quantum dot manufacturer Quantum Materials is increasing production capacity to 2000 kilograms (2 metric tons) of quantum dots and nanoparticles per annum in Q2 2015.
Interview with ISORG at Printed Electronics USA
Jan 12, 2015
Video interview with ISORG.
World's thinnest full-color flexible display
Jan 12, 2015 United States, China
Royole Corporation has successfully demonstrated the world's thinnest full-color flexible display. The thickness of the whole display is only about 0.01 mm (10 μm), which is less than one fifth the diameter of the human hair.
China ends rare earth export limits
Jan 9, 2015 China
China has abolished export quotas for rare earth metals as the government complied with a World Trade Organization ruling in March last year.
Blue Spark unveils first-of-its-kind wearable bluetooth
Jan 8, 2015 United States
Wireless Thermometer in the Form of a Soft, Comfortable Patch Continuously Monitors Body Temperature, Sends Temperature Alerts to Mobile Devices; FDA 510(K) Pending.
- Printed electronics products need to be value aligned rather than cost aligned. Find new opportunities from a commercial perspective and do business rather than meet old friends at the IDTechEx…Printed Electronics Europe: Meet customers, do better business
- Wireless Thermometer in the Form of a Soft, Comfortable Patch Continuously Monitors Body Temperature, Sends Temperature Alerts to Mobile Devices; FDA 510(K) Pending.Blue Spark unveils first-of-its-kind wearable bluetooth
- PST Sensors (pty) Ltd is a spin-out of the University of Cape Town NanoSciences Innovation Centre. This interview with IDTechEx was taken at the IDTechEx event Printed Electronics USA.Printed Flexible Temperature Sensors: PST Sensors interview
- In 2025 over $25 billion will be spent on formulations and intermediate materials for wearable technology, as forecast by analysts IDTechEx in the brand new report Wearable Technology Materials…Wearable technology: a materials goldmine
- IDTechEx Research SubscribersIn the last three years, we have seen several companies showcasing ultrathin glass at tradeshows around the world. These glass substrates are so thin that they can be bent and rolled almost like a…Is there a future for flexible glass?
- This interview with IDTechEx was taken at Printed Electronics USA, hosted by IDTechEx.Optomec and 3D Printing Electronics: Interview with IDTechEx
- Trinity engineers are leading a €500,000 project to develop the technology, which will allow mechanical structures to be made and coated with different materials. Cold Spray will be used in…Next-gen 3D printing tech for spacemen
- Improvements should soon be expected in the manufacture of transistors that can be used, for example, to make flexible, paper-thin computer screens.Improvements in transistors make flexible plastic computers reality
- Ultra-thin and low-cost flexible microcircuits, incorporated into mass-market objects and packaging, are poised to revolutionise everyday living by providing consumers with real-time information…Smart objects becoming reality
- This video with IDTechEx was taken at the IDTechEx event 3D Printing LIVE!.What Airwolf 3D thought of the 3D Printing LIVE! event by IDTechEx
- 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
- Hello there Where can i buy one of these kits Kind regards PeteMDC - development kit to instantly print electrical circuits
- I feel the need to break an often copied and shared bit of information as to the 3D printers needing to be acknowledged that they are not new. Be aware that when the technology was invented and…Webinar 14 August: The future of 3D printing