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Henkel names new global Sales Director for semiconductor materials

Henkel names new global Sales Director for semiconductor materials

Henkel has announced the appointment of Mr. Luc Godefroid as the company's Global Sales Director for its Semiconductor Group.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 12, 2009
Kodak plans to restructure OLED business

Kodak plans to restructure OLED business

Kodak plans to restructure OLED business with new partners and business model changes.
External Company Press Release
Development times slashed with new 'Complete Ink Development Tool'

Development times slashed with new 'Complete Ink Development Tool'

TTP and ImageXpert Inc. are pleased to announce a collaboration to supply a complete ink development tool that will speed up inkjet printhead, ink and system development.
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 have a new range of inks for use in the manufacture of printed circuits.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 11, 2009
More power from bumps in the road

More power from bumps in the road

Printed electronics is used in several forms of energy harvesting, so we thought we would share this dramatic opportunity with you although it is not yet clear what technology is involved. A shock absorber that harnesses energy from small bumps in the road could save a company such as Wal-Mart $13 million a year in fuel costs by converting its fleet of trucks.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2009
World's largest collection of digital content planned for new eReader

World's largest collection of digital content planned for new eReader

Plastic Logic announce plans to amass one of the largest collections of content available for an eReader at the same time Amazon unveil Kindle 2.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 9, 2009
LEDs take 3 percent of global lighting market

LEDs take 3 percent of global lighting market

LEDs have taken three percent of the global lighting market while we have been waiting for OLEDs in anything more than very specialist applications.
External Company Press Release
David Wallace joins InkSure as Sales Director

David Wallace joins InkSure as Sales Director

InkSure Technologies Inc. a provider of covert machine-readable security solutions for the prevention of counterfeiting, fraud and diversion, and a developer of a unique new chipless RFID technology announced that Mr. David Wallace has joined InkSure as Director of Sales for the Americas.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics marks the opening of its new development line

Plextronics marks the opening of its new development line

Plextronics, Inc. hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently at its headquarters in Pittsburgh to celebrate the opening of the company's first manufacturing development line (D-Line).
Printed Electronics World
Feb 4, 2009
A $10 laptop?

A $10 laptop?

A $10 laptop may be available in a year suggest officials of the Indian Government.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 3, 2009
University discovery may bring organic solar cells a step closer

University discovery may bring organic solar cells a step closer

Recent experiments conducted by Greg Scholes and Elisabetta Collini of University of Toronto´s Department of Chemistry may bring inexpensive solar cells within closer reach, thanks to new insights into the way molecules absorb and move energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 30, 2009
Report from Energy Harvesting Workshop - Part Two

Report from Energy Harvesting Workshop - Part Two

There were many users and potential users at the Energy Harvesting Workshop and they were far from being hooked on any one technology - Read part II of Dr Peter's Harrop's report.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2009
Research on energy harvesting thick films - Energy Harvesting Workshop

Research on energy harvesting thick films - Energy Harvesting Workshop

The 4th Annual Energy Harvesting Workshop organised on 28-29 January by Virginia Tech in Blacksberg Virginia was largely academic and biased toward piezoelectrics which are moving up to rival photovoltaics in potential energy harvesting applications.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2009
The future for military sensors may be in tiny solar cells

The future for military sensors may be in tiny solar cells

Tiny solar cells that power tiny microelectronic machines (MEMS) could be sprayed onto a soldiers backpack, uniform or military vehicle possibly eliminating the use of heavy portable batteries carried by soldiers for their electrical requirements.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2009
Ultrathin lithium rechargeable battery

Ultrathin lithium rechargeable battery

Next-generation, ultra-thin rechargeable batteries for micro devices such as smart cards, portable sensors and RFID tags could be used in energy harvesting applications suggest IDTechEx.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2009
Boosting the power of solar cells

Boosting the power of solar cells

New research showing greater efficiency from solar photovoltaic cells has drawn considerable industry interest.
External Company Press Release
Creative Materials Inc, introduces translucent conductive ink

Creative Materials Inc, introduces translucent conductive ink

Creative Materials' translucent conductive ink and coating features excellent adhesion to a wide variety of substrates without prior surface treatments.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 23, 2009
Self-healing electronics

Self-healing electronics

It has been found that certain nanoparticles can be dispersed through a material and migrate to cracks so efficiently that self-healing composites, that repair themselves when damaged, can be envisaged.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 22, 2009
Merging textiles and photovoltaics

Merging textiles and photovoltaics

Solar technologies are being adopted globally with strong growth predicted in the sector despite the current poor state of the world economy.
External Company Press Release
Pacothane Technologies Launches Pacoflex 5000

Pacothane Technologies Launches Pacoflex 5000

Pacothane Technologies LLC has introduced a technologically advanced, totally new Conformable Release Film that is specifically engineered to dramatically improve production yields and to simplify and standardize the process of laminating Cover-Layers to Flexible Printed Circuit Boards.
External Company Press Release
Henkel names new global Sales Director for semiconductor materials

Henkel names new global Sales Director for semiconductor materials

Henkel has announced the appointment of Mr. Luc Godefroid as the company's Global Sales Director for its Semiconductor Group.
External Company Press Release
Development times slashed with new 'Complete Ink Development Tool'

Development times slashed with new 'Complete Ink Development Tool'

TTP and ImageXpert Inc. are pleased to announce a collaboration to supply a complete ink development tool that will speed up inkjet printhead, ink and system development.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 11, 2009
More power from bumps in the road

More power from bumps in the road

Printed electronics is used in several forms of energy harvesting, so we thought we would share this dramatic opportunity with you although it is not yet clear what technology is involved. A shock absorber that harnesses energy from small bumps in the road could save a company such as Wal-Mart $13 million a year in fuel costs by converting its fleet of trucks.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 9, 2009
LEDs take 3 percent of global lighting market

LEDs take 3 percent of global lighting market

LEDs have taken three percent of the global lighting market while we have been waiting for OLEDs in anything more than very specialist applications.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics marks the opening of its new development line

Plextronics marks the opening of its new development line

Plextronics, Inc. hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently at its headquarters in Pittsburgh to celebrate the opening of the company's first manufacturing development line (D-Line).
Printed Electronics World
Feb 3, 2009
University discovery may bring organic solar cells a step closer

University discovery may bring organic solar cells a step closer

Recent experiments conducted by Greg Scholes and Elisabetta Collini of University of Toronto´s Department of Chemistry may bring inexpensive solar cells within closer reach, thanks to new insights into the way molecules absorb and move energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2009
Research on energy harvesting thick films - Energy Harvesting Workshop

Research on energy harvesting thick films - Energy Harvesting Workshop

The 4th Annual Energy Harvesting Workshop organised on 28-29 January by Virginia Tech in Blacksberg Virginia was largely academic and biased toward piezoelectrics which are moving up to rival photovoltaics in potential energy harvesting applications.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2009
Ultrathin lithium rechargeable battery

Ultrathin lithium rechargeable battery

Next-generation, ultra-thin rechargeable batteries for micro devices such as smart cards, portable sensors and RFID tags could be used in energy harvesting applications suggest IDTechEx.
External Company Press Release
Creative Materials Inc, introduces translucent conductive ink

Creative Materials Inc, introduces translucent conductive ink

Creative Materials' translucent conductive ink and coating features excellent adhesion to a wide variety of substrates without prior surface treatments.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 22, 2009
Merging textiles and photovoltaics

Merging textiles and photovoltaics

Solar technologies are being adopted globally with strong growth predicted in the sector despite the current poor state of the world economy.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 12, 2009
Kodak plans to restructure OLED business

Kodak plans to restructure OLED business

Kodak plans to restructure OLED business with new partners and business model changes.
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 have a new range of inks for use in the manufacture of printed circuits.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2009
World's largest collection of digital content planned for new eReader

World's largest collection of digital content planned for new eReader

Plastic Logic announce plans to amass one of the largest collections of content available for an eReader at the same time Amazon unveil Kindle 2.
External Company Press Release
David Wallace joins InkSure as Sales Director

David Wallace joins InkSure as Sales Director

InkSure Technologies Inc. a provider of covert machine-readable security solutions for the prevention of counterfeiting, fraud and diversion, and a developer of a unique new chipless RFID technology announced that Mr. David Wallace has joined InkSure as Director of Sales for the Americas.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 4, 2009
A $10 laptop?

A $10 laptop?

A $10 laptop may be available in a year suggest officials of the Indian Government.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 30, 2009
Report from Energy Harvesting Workshop - Part Two

Report from Energy Harvesting Workshop - Part Two

There were many users and potential users at the Energy Harvesting Workshop and they were far from being hooked on any one technology - Read part II of Dr Peter's Harrop's report.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2009
The future for military sensors may be in tiny solar cells

The future for military sensors may be in tiny solar cells

Tiny solar cells that power tiny microelectronic machines (MEMS) could be sprayed onto a soldiers backpack, uniform or military vehicle possibly eliminating the use of heavy portable batteries carried by soldiers for their electrical requirements.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2009
Boosting the power of solar cells

Boosting the power of solar cells

New research showing greater efficiency from solar photovoltaic cells has drawn considerable industry interest.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 23, 2009
Self-healing electronics

Self-healing electronics

It has been found that certain nanoparticles can be dispersed through a material and migrate to cracks so efficiently that self-healing composites, that repair themselves when damaged, can be envisaged.
External Company Press Release
Pacothane Technologies Launches Pacoflex 5000

Pacothane Technologies Launches Pacoflex 5000

Pacothane Technologies LLC has introduced a technologically advanced, totally new Conformable Release Film that is specifically engineered to dramatically improve production yields and to simplify and standardize the process of laminating Cover-Layers to Flexible Printed Circuit Boards.
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