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Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2009
New graphene-based nano-material designed with magnetic properties

New graphene-based nano-material designed with magnetic properties

An international team of researchers has designed a new graphite-based, magnetic nano-material that acts as a semiconductor and could help material scientists create the next generation of electronic devices like microchips.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2009
Printed electronics bringing new products to market for Belair

Printed electronics bringing new products to market for Belair

In the years leading up to its commercial-use of printed electronics, Belair Microelectronics found many of the initial prophecies about printed electronics replacing the printed circuit board industry to be exaggerated. Instead, what it found was a technology capable of enabling an entire new line of products that was not before possible.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 15, 2009
Ultrasensitive electronic sensor array speeds up DNA detection

Ultrasensitive electronic sensor array speeds up DNA detection

Scientists have successfully developed a novel electronic sensor array for more rapid, accurate and cost-efficient testing of DNA for disease diagnosis and biological research.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 14, 2009
The battery is the car

The battery is the car

Plug in hybrid electric cars are now prioritised by most major car manufacturers. Pure electric on- road cars are prioritised by Nissan and a host of vibrant start up companies, they have one thing in common. The cleverest, most expensive part of their planned vehicles is increasingly the traction battery.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 11, 2009
Nanosolar finally reveals more

Nanosolar finally reveals more

The photovoltaic and printed electronics industry has been watching Nanosolar for years. Now, the company has made a series of new announcements.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 11, 2009
Robot jellyfish

Robot jellyfish

The US Navy is developing robot surveillance jellyfish that employ energy harvesting in order to survive and navigate at sea for many years.
External Company Press Release
Printed intelligence to generate new business for industry in Spain

Printed intelligence to generate new business for industry in Spain

Printed intelligence to generate new business for industry in the Navarre region in Spain. Required expertise and new business to be built using the roadmap outlined by VTT.
External Company Press Release
New ultra fine emulsion for high specification printed electronics

New ultra fine emulsion for high specification printed electronics

MacDermid Autotype, the leading European manufacturer of specialised hard coated films and chemicals, has launched Autotype PLUS GOLD, a photo-stencil emulsion specifically designed for high tolerance electronics screen printing
External Company Press Release
DecaWave partners with Dublin Institute of Technology

DecaWave partners with Dublin Institute of Technology

DecaWave (www.decawave.com) the pioneering fabless semiconductor company has partnered with the Dublin Institute of Technology's Antenna & High Frequency Research Group (AHFR) for antenna design research expertise for its ground breaking ScenSor chip.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics and Novaled to collaborate on development of OLEDS

Plextronics and Novaled to collaborate on development of OLEDS

Plextronics and Novaled to collaborate on development of organic lighting technology
External Company Press Release
ReVolt Technology applies for $30 million government research grant

ReVolt Technology applies for $30 million government research grant

ReVolt Technology applies for $30 million in government research grants accelerating development of innovative zinc-air batteries for vehicles and renewable energy storage.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 10, 2009
Carbon nanotube sensors detect minute levels of oxygen

Carbon nanotube sensors detect minute levels of oxygen

A recently developed sensor that consists of carbon nanotubes coated with a luminescent compound incorporating europium, a reactive metal found in fluorescent bulbs, television/computer screens, and lasers, among other applications is able to gauge minute amounts of oxygen.
External Company Press Release
Innovalight achieves record efficiency silicon ink solar cell

Innovalight achieves record efficiency silicon ink solar cell

Innovalight has demonstrated a record 18 percent conversion efficiency with silicon-ink processed solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 9, 2009
Areas of highest interest in the field of the new electronics

Areas of highest interest in the field of the new electronics

Flexible Displays and Lighting - Areas of highest interest in the field of the new electronics
Printed Electronics World
Sep 8, 2009
Ion-gel as dielectrics for printed electronics

Ion-gel as dielectrics for printed electronics

Researchers at the University of Minnesota successfully demonstrated that ion-gel could be used as printable, high-capacitance gate insulator in organic thin-film transistors (OTFT).
Printed Electronics World
Sep 7, 2009
CEA-LETI develops efficient and transparent white OLED

CEA-LETI develops efficient and transparent white OLED

CEA-LETI has developed an efficient white OLED with overall transparency, equivalent to 65 to 70% over the whole visible spectrum.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 7, 2009
Energy harvesting industry in conflict

Energy harvesting industry in conflict

The ZigBee Alliance announced in July 2009 that it will draft a standard for energy harvesting devices.
External Company Press Release
SkySentry receives CIGS array from Ascent Solar Technologies

SkySentry receives CIGS array from Ascent Solar Technologies

Skysentry receives lightweight flexible CIGS array from Ascent Solar Technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 4, 2009
Manufacturing OLEDs could be as simple as printing newspapers

Manufacturing OLEDs could be as simple as printing newspapers

Printed Electronics World
Sep 4, 2009
Solar powered golf carts

Solar powered golf carts

Golf carts with a solar powered charging system that charge the carts up during a game of golf are becoming more popular and can be used on and off the golf course.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2009
New graphene-based nano-material designed with magnetic properties

New graphene-based nano-material designed with magnetic properties

An international team of researchers has designed a new graphite-based, magnetic nano-material that acts as a semiconductor and could help material scientists create the next generation of electronic devices like microchips.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 15, 2009
Ultrasensitive electronic sensor array speeds up DNA detection

Ultrasensitive electronic sensor array speeds up DNA detection

Scientists have successfully developed a novel electronic sensor array for more rapid, accurate and cost-efficient testing of DNA for disease diagnosis and biological research.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 11, 2009
Nanosolar finally reveals more

Nanosolar finally reveals more

The photovoltaic and printed electronics industry has been watching Nanosolar for years. Now, the company has made a series of new announcements.
External Company Press Release
Printed intelligence to generate new business for industry in Spain

Printed intelligence to generate new business for industry in Spain

Printed intelligence to generate new business for industry in the Navarre region in Spain. Required expertise and new business to be built using the roadmap outlined by VTT.
External Company Press Release
DecaWave partners with Dublin Institute of Technology

DecaWave partners with Dublin Institute of Technology

DecaWave (www.decawave.com) the pioneering fabless semiconductor company has partnered with the Dublin Institute of Technology's Antenna & High Frequency Research Group (AHFR) for antenna design research expertise for its ground breaking ScenSor chip.
External Company Press Release
ReVolt Technology applies for $30 million government research grant

ReVolt Technology applies for $30 million government research grant

ReVolt Technology applies for $30 million in government research grants accelerating development of innovative zinc-air batteries for vehicles and renewable energy storage.
External Company Press Release
Innovalight achieves record efficiency silicon ink solar cell

Innovalight achieves record efficiency silicon ink solar cell

Innovalight has demonstrated a record 18 percent conversion efficiency with silicon-ink processed solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 8, 2009
Ion-gel as dielectrics for printed electronics

Ion-gel as dielectrics for printed electronics

Researchers at the University of Minnesota successfully demonstrated that ion-gel could be used as printable, high-capacitance gate insulator in organic thin-film transistors (OTFT).
Printed Electronics World
Sep 7, 2009
Energy harvesting industry in conflict

Energy harvesting industry in conflict

The ZigBee Alliance announced in July 2009 that it will draft a standard for energy harvesting devices.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 4, 2009
Manufacturing OLEDs could be as simple as printing newspapers

Manufacturing OLEDs could be as simple as printing newspapers

Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2009
Printed electronics bringing new products to market for Belair

Printed electronics bringing new products to market for Belair

In the years leading up to its commercial-use of printed electronics, Belair Microelectronics found many of the initial prophecies about printed electronics replacing the printed circuit board industry to be exaggerated. Instead, what it found was a technology capable of enabling an entire new line of products that was not before possible.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 14, 2009
The battery is the car

The battery is the car

Plug in hybrid electric cars are now prioritised by most major car manufacturers. Pure electric on- road cars are prioritised by Nissan and a host of vibrant start up companies, they have one thing in common. The cleverest, most expensive part of their planned vehicles is increasingly the traction battery.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 11, 2009
Robot jellyfish

Robot jellyfish

The US Navy is developing robot surveillance jellyfish that employ energy harvesting in order to survive and navigate at sea for many years.
External Company Press Release
New ultra fine emulsion for high specification printed electronics

New ultra fine emulsion for high specification printed electronics

MacDermid Autotype, the leading European manufacturer of specialised hard coated films and chemicals, has launched Autotype PLUS GOLD, a photo-stencil emulsion specifically designed for high tolerance electronics screen printing
External Company Press Release
Plextronics and Novaled to collaborate on development of OLEDS

Plextronics and Novaled to collaborate on development of OLEDS

Plextronics and Novaled to collaborate on development of organic lighting technology
Printed Electronics World
Sep 10, 2009
Carbon nanotube sensors detect minute levels of oxygen

Carbon nanotube sensors detect minute levels of oxygen

A recently developed sensor that consists of carbon nanotubes coated with a luminescent compound incorporating europium, a reactive metal found in fluorescent bulbs, television/computer screens, and lasers, among other applications is able to gauge minute amounts of oxygen.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 9, 2009
Areas of highest interest in the field of the new electronics

Areas of highest interest in the field of the new electronics

Flexible Displays and Lighting - Areas of highest interest in the field of the new electronics
Printed Electronics World
Sep 7, 2009
CEA-LETI develops efficient and transparent white OLED

CEA-LETI develops efficient and transparent white OLED

CEA-LETI has developed an efficient white OLED with overall transparency, equivalent to 65 to 70% over the whole visible spectrum.
External Company Press Release
SkySentry receives CIGS array from Ascent Solar Technologies

SkySentry receives CIGS array from Ascent Solar Technologies

Skysentry receives lightweight flexible CIGS array from Ascent Solar Technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 4, 2009
Solar powered golf carts

Solar powered golf carts

Golf carts with a solar powered charging system that charge the carts up during a game of golf are becoming more popular and can be used on and off the golf course.
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