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RFID in 2021 and What to Expect for the Future

RFID in 2021 and What to Expect for the Future

Printed Electronics World
Dec 6, 2021
Salvaging Rare Earth Elements from Electronic Waste

Salvaging Rare Earth Elements from Electronic Waste

Manufacturers rely on rare earth elements, like neodymium, to create strong magnets used in motors for electronics including hybrid cars, aircraft generators, loudspeakers, hard drives and in-ear headphones. But mineral deposits containing neodymium are hard to reach and are found in just a few places on Earth.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 3, 2021
Join the Free Upcoming IDTechEx Webinar on Advanced Materials

Join the Free Upcoming IDTechEx Webinar on Advanced Materials

Thursday 9 December 2021 - Assessment of the key mergers and acquisitions; Important funding rounds across; Notable partnerships; Establishment and expansion of production facilities; Role in key application areas including electronic devices, energy storage and 3D printing; Progression in various fields of green technology
Printed Electronics World
Dec 3, 2021
Lead Absorbing Tape to Boost Viability of Perovskite Solar Cells

Lead Absorbing Tape to Boost Viability of Perovskite Solar Cells

Researchers are reporting a potential breakthrough that could help speed commercialization of highly promising perovskite solar cells for use in solar panels.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 3, 2021
3D Printing in 2021: Micro-Trends in Major Materials

3D Printing in 2021: Micro-Trends in Major Materials

Within this year of recovery, IDTechEx has noted the development and/or continuation of micro-trends within each major 3D printing subspecialty: polymer, ceramic, composite, and metal additive manufacturing. In this article, IDTechEx identifies and explains the micro-trends for each material specialty that are worth keeping an eye on going into 2022.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 2, 2021
Smart Bandage Detects Multiple Biomarkers for Onsite Would Monitoring

Smart Bandage Detects Multiple Biomarkers for Onsite Would Monitoring

Wearable sensor can detect multiple chronic wound biomarkers to facilitate timely and personalised wound management.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 2, 2021
Join the Upcoming Webinar Exploring the 3D Printing World After COVID

Join the Upcoming Webinar Exploring the 3D Printing World After COVID

Wednesday 8 December 2021 - How has COVID-19 affected the 3D printing industry? Is the industry already on the path to recovery, or is the pandemic a major setback to AM's progress? What do the IPOs, mergers, acquisitions, and SPAC-offerings mean for the future of 3D printing? and more.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 1, 2021
Study on New Flexible Solar Energy Systems for Offshore Application

Study on New Flexible Solar Energy Systems for Offshore Application

A consortium has launched a study on new, floating flexible solar energy systems. The system, consisting of flexible floating units with flexible solar panels mounted on them, has been installed over recent days close to Rotterdam. The pilot, which will run until summer 2022, is the first step in the creation of economically viable offshore photovoltaic systems.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 30, 2021
The Most Significant Advanced Materials News from 2021

The Most Significant Advanced Materials News from 2021

With the pandemic still raging, supply chain disruptions, the chip shortage, climate catastrophes, and geopolitical turbulence, it is safe to say 2021 has not been smooth sailing. The materials and chemical sector provides the backbone of every industry and remains under pressure from all these challenges. In this article, IDTechEx highlights the key news from their independent perspective on this crucial industry.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 30, 2021
Silicone Nanochip can Reprogram Biological Tissue in Living Body

Silicone Nanochip can Reprogram Biological Tissue in Living Body

A silicone device that can change skin tissue into blood vessels and nerve cells has advanced from prototype to standardized fabrication, meaning it can now be made in a consistent, reproducible way.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 29, 2021
Ultra-Thin 'Computer on the Bone' Monitors Bone Health

Ultra-Thin 'Computer on the Bone' Monitors Bone Health

A team researchers has developed an ultra-thin wireless device that grows to the surface of bone and could someday help physicians monitor bone health and healing over long periods. The devices are called osseosurface electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2021
Low-Cost Printing of Ultrafine Resolution RDL, and Passive Components

Low-Cost Printing of Ultrafine Resolution RDL, and Passive Components

Nano Ops, Inc. is pleased to host its first webinar on December 2, 2021 @ 1:30 eastern since the launch of FLEX RD and FFx RD800, Fab-in-a-Tool series products. Nano OPS is the world's first manufacturer of purely additive manufacturing tools capable of printing nanoscale features, bringing a nanomanufacturing fab in your lab.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2021
Making the Metaverse: Hardware Hurdles, Discussed by IDTechEx

Making the Metaverse: Hardware Hurdles, Discussed by IDTechEx

Are you fed up with Zoom? Do you want online interactions to feel more... interactive? The metaverse promises a step-change in how society communicates but, without the hardware technology, will ultimately remain a pipe dream.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2021
Ultrathin Solar Cells Get a Boost

Ultrathin Solar Cells Get a Boost

Engineers have achieved a new benchmark in the design of atomically thin solar cells made of semiconducting perovskites, boosting their efficiency while retaining their ability to stand up to the environment.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2021
Smart Cities: Paradise or Punishment?

Smart Cities: Paradise or Punishment?

The massive new challenges of desertification, rising sea levels, starvation, increasingly violent weather, dysfunctional national governments and the accelerating move to cities can be tackled on a human scale.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2021
Designing Portable & Wearable Medical Technology

Designing Portable & Wearable Medical Technology

Recent advances in medical technology, along with the expansion of 5G technology, have established a new standard for wearable medical devices. Medical professionals and patients alike expect the devices to be both highly effective and able to withstand daily usage. Meeting these criteria is critical to ensuring that a product is safe, usable and practical—and requires thoughtful design and highly reliable components.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2021
New Device Modulates Visible Light:  Smallest Footprint, Lowest Power

New Device Modulates Visible Light: Smallest Footprint, Lowest Power

Over the past several decades, researchers have moved from using electric currents to manipulating light waves in the near-infrared range for telecommunications applications such as high-speed 5G networks, biosensors on a chip, and driverless cars.
External Company Press Release
TactoTek Secures €22 Million Grant and Loan Funding

TactoTek Secures €22 Million Grant and Loan Funding

TactoTek, the Finland-based company that develops and licenses Injection Molded Structural Electronics technology, announced that the company has received up to €15 million in financing from the European Guarantee Fund. TactoTek is the first company to receive an EGF investment. TactoTek engaged the Grannenfelt Finance to support investment application and processing.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 22, 2021
Fabric Enables Digital Communication Between Wearers and Devices

Fabric Enables Digital Communication Between Wearers and Devices

Imagine your car starting the moment you get in because it recognizes the jacket you're wearing. Consider the value of a hospital gown that continuously measures and transmits a patient's vital signs. These are just two applications made possible by a new "body area network"-enabling fabric invented by engineers.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Smart Roads and Smart Concrete

Smart Roads and Smart Concrete

This premium article from IDTechEx examines technologies and applications around smart roads and smart concrete including self-heating roads, multi-mode outdoor surfaces, light-emitting concrete, illuminated crossings, vehicle charging cement and more.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 6, 2021
Salvaging Rare Earth Elements from Electronic Waste

Salvaging Rare Earth Elements from Electronic Waste

Manufacturers rely on rare earth elements, like neodymium, to create strong magnets used in motors for electronics including hybrid cars, aircraft generators, loudspeakers, hard drives and in-ear headphones. But mineral deposits containing neodymium are hard to reach and are found in just a few places on Earth.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 3, 2021
Lead Absorbing Tape to Boost Viability of Perovskite Solar Cells

Lead Absorbing Tape to Boost Viability of Perovskite Solar Cells

Researchers are reporting a potential breakthrough that could help speed commercialization of highly promising perovskite solar cells for use in solar panels.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 2, 2021
Smart Bandage Detects Multiple Biomarkers for Onsite Would Monitoring

Smart Bandage Detects Multiple Biomarkers for Onsite Would Monitoring

Wearable sensor can detect multiple chronic wound biomarkers to facilitate timely and personalised wound management.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 1, 2021
Study on New Flexible Solar Energy Systems for Offshore Application

Study on New Flexible Solar Energy Systems for Offshore Application

A consortium has launched a study on new, floating flexible solar energy systems. The system, consisting of flexible floating units with flexible solar panels mounted on them, has been installed over recent days close to Rotterdam. The pilot, which will run until summer 2022, is the first step in the creation of economically viable offshore photovoltaic systems.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 30, 2021
Silicone Nanochip can Reprogram Biological Tissue in Living Body

Silicone Nanochip can Reprogram Biological Tissue in Living Body

A silicone device that can change skin tissue into blood vessels and nerve cells has advanced from prototype to standardized fabrication, meaning it can now be made in a consistent, reproducible way.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2021
Low-Cost Printing of Ultrafine Resolution RDL, and Passive Components

Low-Cost Printing of Ultrafine Resolution RDL, and Passive Components

Nano Ops, Inc. is pleased to host its first webinar on December 2, 2021 @ 1:30 eastern since the launch of FLEX RD and FFx RD800, Fab-in-a-Tool series products. Nano OPS is the world's first manufacturer of purely additive manufacturing tools capable of printing nanoscale features, bringing a nanomanufacturing fab in your lab.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2021
Ultrathin Solar Cells Get a Boost

Ultrathin Solar Cells Get a Boost

Engineers have achieved a new benchmark in the design of atomically thin solar cells made of semiconducting perovskites, boosting their efficiency while retaining their ability to stand up to the environment.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2021
Designing Portable & Wearable Medical Technology

Designing Portable & Wearable Medical Technology

Recent advances in medical technology, along with the expansion of 5G technology, have established a new standard for wearable medical devices. Medical professionals and patients alike expect the devices to be both highly effective and able to withstand daily usage. Meeting these criteria is critical to ensuring that a product is safe, usable and practical—and requires thoughtful design and highly reliable components.
External Company Press Release
TactoTek Secures €22 Million Grant and Loan Funding

TactoTek Secures €22 Million Grant and Loan Funding

TactoTek, the Finland-based company that develops and licenses Injection Molded Structural Electronics technology, announced that the company has received up to €15 million in financing from the European Guarantee Fund. TactoTek is the first company to receive an EGF investment. TactoTek engaged the Grannenfelt Finance to support investment application and processing.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Smart Roads and Smart Concrete

Smart Roads and Smart Concrete

This premium article from IDTechEx examines technologies and applications around smart roads and smart concrete including self-heating roads, multi-mode outdoor surfaces, light-emitting concrete, illuminated crossings, vehicle charging cement and more.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 3, 2021
Join the Free Upcoming IDTechEx Webinar on Advanced Materials

Join the Free Upcoming IDTechEx Webinar on Advanced Materials

Thursday 9 December 2021 - Assessment of the key mergers and acquisitions; Important funding rounds across; Notable partnerships; Establishment and expansion of production facilities; Role in key application areas including electronic devices, energy storage and 3D printing; Progression in various fields of green technology
Printed Electronics World
Dec 3, 2021
3D Printing in 2021: Micro-Trends in Major Materials

3D Printing in 2021: Micro-Trends in Major Materials

Within this year of recovery, IDTechEx has noted the development and/or continuation of micro-trends within each major 3D printing subspecialty: polymer, ceramic, composite, and metal additive manufacturing. In this article, IDTechEx identifies and explains the micro-trends for each material specialty that are worth keeping an eye on going into 2022.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 2, 2021
Join the Upcoming Webinar Exploring the 3D Printing World After COVID

Join the Upcoming Webinar Exploring the 3D Printing World After COVID

Wednesday 8 December 2021 - How has COVID-19 affected the 3D printing industry? Is the industry already on the path to recovery, or is the pandemic a major setback to AM's progress? What do the IPOs, mergers, acquisitions, and SPAC-offerings mean for the future of 3D printing? and more.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 30, 2021
The Most Significant Advanced Materials News from 2021

The Most Significant Advanced Materials News from 2021

With the pandemic still raging, supply chain disruptions, the chip shortage, climate catastrophes, and geopolitical turbulence, it is safe to say 2021 has not been smooth sailing. The materials and chemical sector provides the backbone of every industry and remains under pressure from all these challenges. In this article, IDTechEx highlights the key news from their independent perspective on this crucial industry.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 29, 2021
Ultra-Thin 'Computer on the Bone' Monitors Bone Health

Ultra-Thin 'Computer on the Bone' Monitors Bone Health

A team researchers has developed an ultra-thin wireless device that grows to the surface of bone and could someday help physicians monitor bone health and healing over long periods. The devices are called osseosurface electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2021
Making the Metaverse: Hardware Hurdles, Discussed by IDTechEx

Making the Metaverse: Hardware Hurdles, Discussed by IDTechEx

Are you fed up with Zoom? Do you want online interactions to feel more... interactive? The metaverse promises a step-change in how society communicates but, without the hardware technology, will ultimately remain a pipe dream.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2021
Smart Cities: Paradise or Punishment?

Smart Cities: Paradise or Punishment?

The massive new challenges of desertification, rising sea levels, starvation, increasingly violent weather, dysfunctional national governments and the accelerating move to cities can be tackled on a human scale.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2021
New Device Modulates Visible Light:  Smallest Footprint, Lowest Power

New Device Modulates Visible Light: Smallest Footprint, Lowest Power

Over the past several decades, researchers have moved from using electric currents to manipulating light waves in the near-infrared range for telecommunications applications such as high-speed 5G networks, biosensors on a chip, and driverless cars.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 22, 2021
Fabric Enables Digital Communication Between Wearers and Devices

Fabric Enables Digital Communication Between Wearers and Devices

Imagine your car starting the moment you get in because it recognizes the jacket you're wearing. Consider the value of a hospital gown that continuously measures and transmits a patient's vital signs. These are just two applications made possible by a new "body area network"-enabling fabric invented by engineers.
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