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Printed Electronics USA 2014
Printed Electronics World

Printed, Flexible and Organic Electronics

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3D printing industry will reach over $14B by 2025
3D printing industry will reach over $14B by 2025
23 Oct 2014  |  Worldwide
By Rachel Gordon, Technology Analyst, IDTechEx The latest forecasts by IDTechEx, including ten key markets, show the 3D Printing Industry will reach over $14B by 2025. At 3D Printing LIVE! IDTechEx Director, Dr Jon Harrop, will share his insights a...
The $2 billion conductive ink industry gathers in Santa Clara
The $2 billion conductive ink industry gathers in Santa Clara
22 Oct 2014  |  United States/Worldwide
The 11th IDTechEx Printed Electronics show - www.PrintedElectronicsUSA.com - is set to attract more than 2,500 attendees and 200 exhibitors. This global conference and tradeshow uniquely brings together a number of closely-related, synergic and gro...
Webinar - Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics: Progress Update
Webinar - Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics: Progress Update
22 Oct 2014  |  Worldwide
IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Thursday 30 October discussing recent updates in the printed, organic and flexible electronics industry. Webinar Title: Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics: Progress Update Date: Thursday 30 October Pr...
Dyesol signs letter of intent with Tata Steel
Dyesol signs letter of intent with Tata Steel
22 Oct 2014  |  United Kingdom
Dyesol has signed a landmark agreement with Tata Steel UK. The agreement will play a critical role in Dyesol creating a commercial base in the United Kingdom to develop, manufacture and distribute its revolutionary solid-state DSC technology. The P...
New ceramic flexible battery sets records
New ceramic flexible battery sets records
22 Oct 2014  |  Taiwan
Flexible batteries have had a difficult time because they are much more expensive than coin cells and they usually store relatively little energy. Nonetheless, there is pent up demand. For example, Sharp Laboratories in Cambridge UK has worked on wid...
Printed electronics in Sweden
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Printed electronics in Sweden
21 Oct 2014  |  Worldwide
Sweden has been very active in the development of printed electronics. IDTechEx recently visited some of the main players in the industry to see their facilities and product concepts. In this article, we give a snapshot of printed electronics in Swed...
Ferd AS invests USD 23 million in Thin Film Electronics ASA
Ferd AS invests USD 23 million in Thin Film Electronics ASA
21 Oct 2014
Oslo, 21 October 2014 - Thin Film Electronics ASA announced today that Ferd AS has agreed to acquire 37,500,000 shares in the Company at a subscription price of NOK 4.00 per share totalling NOK 150,000,000 (USD 23 million). Upon completion of the...
Largest thin film solar farm in Africa
Largest thin film solar farm in Africa
21 Oct 2014  |  South Africa
Cape Business News recently reported that Moncada Energy Group, an Italian independent operator in the renewables field, through its local subsidiary Construczioni Moncada South Africa (Pty) Ltd has completed the R1,75bn Solar Capital De Aar Project,...
IDTechEx Expands Presence in Asia
IDTechEx Expands Presence in Asia
20 Oct 2014  |  Japan
Tokyo, Japan and Cambridge, UK - Oct. 20, 2014 - IDTechEx the leader in market research on emerging technologies today announced the expansion of its Japan office with the hiring of Mr. Yasuo Yamamoto as its head of business development in Japan. <&>...
A step closer to revolutionizing electronics
A step closer to revolutionizing electronics
20 Oct 2014  |  United States
First characterized in 2004, graphene is a two-dimensional material with extraordinary properties. The thickness of just one carbon atom, and hundreds of times faster at conducting heat and charge than silicon, graphene is expected to revolutionize h...
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