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Printed Electronics World
Jan 13, 2009
Plastic Electronics in the UK benchmarked against Germany

Plastic Electronics in the UK benchmarked against Germany

An analysis of the UK's and Germany's competence in printed and plastic electronics was completed last year, funded by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council. Now Dr Zella King of the University of Reading has drawn conclusions comparing the two countries
External Company Press Release
New polymer thick film materials for printable circuits

New polymer thick film materials for printable circuits

Johnson Matthey Silver & Coating Technologies announces a new range of inks for use in the manufacture of printed circuits.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2009
Finance for Printed Electronics is Not Drying Up

Finance for Printed Electronics is Not Drying Up

The news media are full of the details of the global financial meltdown. Is this affecting finance for the small companies and start-ups involved in printed and potentially printed electronics and electrics? We think not.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 9, 2009
Wireless electricity to power mobile devices

Wireless electricity to power mobile devices

Companies showcase wireless power products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2009
iPack striving for a ubiquitous intelligent world

iPack striving for a ubiquitous intelligent world

A Swedish research centre has been established for intelligent pharmaceutical packaging, smart foods packaging, hospital logistics and patient care.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2009
Concerns about lithium supply

Concerns about lithium supply

Is a problem looming in the electronics industry due to some estimates that the demand for lithium will increase three to seven times by 2012?
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2009
Scientists at MIT work in biomimetics

Scientists at MIT work in biomimetics

IDTechEx is offering a multiclient study of the e-label of the future. It will lead participants to billion dollar businesses in the materials, the labels and the extra sales of consumer, healthcare, military and other products that will result.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 5, 2009
Scientists developing energy harvesting radios

Scientists developing energy harvesting radios

K-state engineers working with peregrine semiconductor to develop energy-harvesting radios that could make monitoring safety of bridges easier.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 2, 2009
Finding better materials for solar cells

Finding better materials for solar cells

New research could lead to cheaper solar cells with vast potential
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2009
Creative Materials displays at Printed Electronics USA 2008

Creative Materials displays at Printed Electronics USA 2008

Creative Materials, Inc., a leading manufacturer of electrically conductive ink, coatings and adhesives participated and exhibited at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics trade show in San Jose on December 3-4 at the San Jose Convention Center.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2008
Samsung expected to slash manufacturing costs of OLED displays

Samsung expected to slash manufacturing costs of OLED displays

The cost of OLED manufactuing may be reduced by 300% with new Amorphous Oxide TFT technology
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2008
World's first UHF plastic diode

World's first UHF plastic diode

The world's first plastic diode operating in the Ultra-high frequency (UHF) band has been developed by IMEC (Belgium) and TNO (The Netherlands).
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2008
IBM scientists develop world's fastest graphene transistor

IBM scientists develop world's fastest graphene transistor

The world's fastest graphene transistor at 26GHz was achieved by IBM Research.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 29, 2008
'Smart fabrics' that monitor health

'Smart fabrics' that monitor health

A carbon nanotube-coated "smart yarn" that conducts electricity could be woven into soft fabrics that detect blood and monitor health, engineers at the University of Michigan have demonstrated.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 26, 2008
Gentag due to speed up introduction of mobile RFID sensor technology

Gentag due to speed up introduction of mobile RFID sensor technology

Gentag are due to speed up the introduction of their advanced mobile RFID sensor technology with a distribution agreement with Brightcard, Inc.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 24, 2008
GE scientists display first-ever OLED Christmas tree

GE scientists display first-ever OLED Christmas tree

Scientists and engineers on GE's OLED research team are celebrating the holiday season with a first-ever OLED Christmas tree lighting at GE's Global Research Center headquarters in Niskayuna, NY
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2008
International standard for white color OLED requirements met

International standard for white color OLED requirements met

A big step towards energy-saving OLED lighting with efficiency of more than 60 lm/W.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 22, 2008
Video newspapers with high-performance transparent electronics

Video newspapers with high-performance transparent electronics

Aligned nanotubes pave the way for high-performance transparent electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 19, 2008
Skin cancer treated by OLED

Skin cancer treated by OLED

At the recent IDTechEx printed Electronics USA event there was an update on use of OLEDs in skin cancer treatment.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2008
Competence Matrix of plastic electronics in Germany

Competence Matrix of plastic electronics in Germany

An analysis of Germany's competence in printed and plastic electronics was completed at the end of October 2008. The project is funded by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council and is one of a series of projects considering options for public policy to increase levels of innovation in the UK.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 13, 2009
Plastic Electronics in the UK benchmarked against Germany

Plastic Electronics in the UK benchmarked against Germany

An analysis of the UK's and Germany's competence in printed and plastic electronics was completed last year, funded by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council. Now Dr Zella King of the University of Reading has drawn conclusions comparing the two countries
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2009
Finance for Printed Electronics is Not Drying Up

Finance for Printed Electronics is Not Drying Up

The news media are full of the details of the global financial meltdown. Is this affecting finance for the small companies and start-ups involved in printed and potentially printed electronics and electrics? We think not.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2009
iPack striving for a ubiquitous intelligent world

iPack striving for a ubiquitous intelligent world

A Swedish research centre has been established for intelligent pharmaceutical packaging, smart foods packaging, hospital logistics and patient care.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2009
Scientists at MIT work in biomimetics

Scientists at MIT work in biomimetics

IDTechEx is offering a multiclient study of the e-label of the future. It will lead participants to billion dollar businesses in the materials, the labels and the extra sales of consumer, healthcare, military and other products that will result.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 2, 2009
Finding better materials for solar cells

Finding better materials for solar cells

New research could lead to cheaper solar cells with vast potential
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2008
Samsung expected to slash manufacturing costs of OLED displays

Samsung expected to slash manufacturing costs of OLED displays

The cost of OLED manufactuing may be reduced by 300% with new Amorphous Oxide TFT technology
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2008
IBM scientists develop world's fastest graphene transistor

IBM scientists develop world's fastest graphene transistor

The world's fastest graphene transistor at 26GHz was achieved by IBM Research.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 26, 2008
Gentag due to speed up introduction of mobile RFID sensor technology

Gentag due to speed up introduction of mobile RFID sensor technology

Gentag are due to speed up the introduction of their advanced mobile RFID sensor technology with a distribution agreement with Brightcard, Inc.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2008
International standard for white color OLED requirements met

International standard for white color OLED requirements met

A big step towards energy-saving OLED lighting with efficiency of more than 60 lm/W.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 19, 2008
Skin cancer treated by OLED

Skin cancer treated by OLED

At the recent IDTechEx printed Electronics USA event there was an update on use of OLEDs in skin cancer treatment.
External Company Press Release
New polymer thick film materials for printable circuits

New polymer thick film materials for printable circuits

Johnson Matthey Silver & Coating Technologies announces a new range of inks for use in the manufacture of printed circuits.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 9, 2009
Wireless electricity to power mobile devices

Wireless electricity to power mobile devices

Companies showcase wireless power products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2009
Concerns about lithium supply

Concerns about lithium supply

Is a problem looming in the electronics industry due to some estimates that the demand for lithium will increase three to seven times by 2012?
Printed Electronics World
Jan 5, 2009
Scientists developing energy harvesting radios

Scientists developing energy harvesting radios

K-state engineers working with peregrine semiconductor to develop energy-harvesting radios that could make monitoring safety of bridges easier.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2009
Creative Materials displays at Printed Electronics USA 2008

Creative Materials displays at Printed Electronics USA 2008

Creative Materials, Inc., a leading manufacturer of electrically conductive ink, coatings and adhesives participated and exhibited at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics trade show in San Jose on December 3-4 at the San Jose Convention Center.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2008
World's first UHF plastic diode

World's first UHF plastic diode

The world's first plastic diode operating in the Ultra-high frequency (UHF) band has been developed by IMEC (Belgium) and TNO (The Netherlands).
Printed Electronics World
Dec 29, 2008
'Smart fabrics' that monitor health

'Smart fabrics' that monitor health

A carbon nanotube-coated "smart yarn" that conducts electricity could be woven into soft fabrics that detect blood and monitor health, engineers at the University of Michigan have demonstrated.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 24, 2008
GE scientists display first-ever OLED Christmas tree

GE scientists display first-ever OLED Christmas tree

Scientists and engineers on GE's OLED research team are celebrating the holiday season with a first-ever OLED Christmas tree lighting at GE's Global Research Center headquarters in Niskayuna, NY
Printed Electronics World
Dec 22, 2008
Video newspapers with high-performance transparent electronics

Video newspapers with high-performance transparent electronics

Aligned nanotubes pave the way for high-performance transparent electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2008
Competence Matrix of plastic electronics in Germany

Competence Matrix of plastic electronics in Germany

An analysis of Germany's competence in printed and plastic electronics was completed at the end of October 2008. The project is funded by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council and is one of a series of projects considering options for public policy to increase levels of innovation in the UK.
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