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Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2010
Solar cells, e-books...what next?

Solar cells, e-books...what next?

2008 was the year of the solar cell, 2009 is marked by the success and growth of the e-book reader market and 2010 will be the year we start to witness further OLED penetration.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 13, 2010
Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista BV. has launched its latest technology platform LiquavistaColor, which offers bright full color capability and the advantages of full interactivity and hi-fidelity video at ultra-low power to future advanced eReader devices for the first time.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2010
Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Enel Green Power, Sharp and ST Microelectronics join forces to produce innovative thin-film photovoltaic panels.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2010
Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Scientists at Michigan University may soon be able to detect harmful toxins in drinking water, quickly and cheaply with the development of a new biosensor, using a strip of paper infused with carbon nanotubes.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2010
QUE pro-Reader aimed at the business professional

QUE pro-Reader aimed at the business professional

Plastic Logic's long awaited "QUE" pro-Reader was unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas yesterday. Unlike other e-readers this device is being marketed to the business professional.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2010
Printed RFID in 2010

Printed RFID in 2010

IDTechEx projects that the market for passive RFID tags will grow to over $10 billion in sales by 2019. Much of it will continue to use silicon chips. Dr Peter Harrop forecasts the Printed RFID market for 2010.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2010
Solar powered road and water journey across Europe

Solar powered road and water journey across Europe

Peoples Projects for the environment has announced a programme to raise the funding for Baltic to Barcelona - a solar powered water voyage and a parallel solar powered road journey across Europe, from the north to the south, from Stockholm in Sweden to Barcelona in Spain.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2010
Light emitting transistors for lab-on-chip

Light emitting transistors for lab-on-chip

What started out as 'blue-sky' thinking by a group of European researchers could ultimately lead to the commercial mass production of a new generation of optoelectronic components for devices ranging from mobile laboratories to mobile phones.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2010
Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Tiny cells developed by Sandia National Laboratories scientists could turn a person into a walking solar battery charger if they were fastened to flexible substrates molded around unusual shapes, such as clothing.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 5, 2010
Printed Electronic Circuit process for LED interconnection

Printed Electronic Circuit process for LED interconnection

PCB mounting of the LED's has to date been limited to mechanical interconnection or the use of Printed Circuits Boards built on Thermally Conductive Copper Clad aluminum substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 4, 2010
PVI, HYDIS Technologies and LG Display launch co-operation

PVI, HYDIS Technologies and LG Display launch co-operation

Prime View International ( PVI), HYDIS Technologies Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of PVI, and LG Display Co., Ltd., will combine their resources in a bid to take the lead in the global e-paper display market.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2010
Light emitting wallpaper could replace light bulbs

Light emitting wallpaper could replace light bulbs

Revolutionary light emitting wallpaper could replace lightbulbs in two years whilst significantly reducing carbon emissions suggest recent claims.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2010
Fabric electronics

Fabric electronics

Electronics in textiles may be printed or wound using wires and there are other options, with over 100 organisations working in the field. It varies from the invisible to the fanciful.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2009
Companies slow to grasp plastic electronics opportunities

Companies slow to grasp plastic electronics opportunities

We are on the brink of a new age of Plastic Electronics, production costs are tumbling and business opportunities are growing exponentially, yet companies are slow to take up the innovation challenge, according to research from the Advanced Institute of Management Research.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2009
SPAWAR vibration harvesting for WSN

SPAWAR vibration harvesting for WSN

At the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and Storage conference in Denver Colorado in November, Dr Richard Waters, Advanced Circuits and Sensors Branch SPAWAR System Center Pacific, presented on optimization of a kinetic energy harvester for low amplitude vibration.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2009
Flexible light emitting displays - inorganics fill market gap

Flexible light emitting displays - inorganics fill market gap

The potential for flexible OLEDs has received such huge publicity that consumer packaged goods companies and many others are sold on the potential for low cost, flexible, light emitting displays and seek to carry out many trials and rollouts.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 29, 2009
Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Tiny cells developed by Sandia National Laboratories scientists could turn a person into a walking solar battery charger if they were fastened to flexible substrates molded around unusual shapes, such as clothing.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 29, 2009
Funds to develop self-powered prosthetic limb technology

Funds to develop self-powered prosthetic limb technology

Representative Glenn Thompson, R-Howard, announced the Department of Defense Appropriations measure includes $2 million in Research, Test, Development, and Evaluation funds for KCF Technologies to further develop and commercialize self-powered prosthetic limb technology.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2009
Ultimate flexible barrier film

Ultimate flexible barrier film

In the annual report of $15 billion Japanese giant DNP, formerly Dai Nippon Printing announces the success of the development of ultra-impermeable plastic film substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 25, 2009
Power Paper and GE collaborate to develop self-powered OLED lighting

Power Paper and GE collaborate to develop self-powered OLED lighting

Power Paper and GE Global Research, the technology development arm for the General Electric Company have signed an agreement to jointly develop self-powered OLED lighting devices. Using low-cost, high volume manufacturing processes, these devices could be deployed in a wide variety of environments from military ships to night-time jogging vests.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2010
Solar cells, e-books...what next?

Solar cells, e-books...what next?

2008 was the year of the solar cell, 2009 is marked by the success and growth of the e-book reader market and 2010 will be the year we start to witness further OLED penetration.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2010
Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Enel Green Power, Sharp and ST Microelectronics join forces to produce innovative thin-film photovoltaic panels.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2010
QUE pro-Reader aimed at the business professional

QUE pro-Reader aimed at the business professional

Plastic Logic's long awaited "QUE" pro-Reader was unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas yesterday. Unlike other e-readers this device is being marketed to the business professional.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2010
Solar powered road and water journey across Europe

Solar powered road and water journey across Europe

Peoples Projects for the environment has announced a programme to raise the funding for Baltic to Barcelona - a solar powered water voyage and a parallel solar powered road journey across Europe, from the north to the south, from Stockholm in Sweden to Barcelona in Spain.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2010
Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Tiny cells developed by Sandia National Laboratories scientists could turn a person into a walking solar battery charger if they were fastened to flexible substrates molded around unusual shapes, such as clothing.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 4, 2010
PVI, HYDIS Technologies and LG Display launch co-operation

PVI, HYDIS Technologies and LG Display launch co-operation

Prime View International ( PVI), HYDIS Technologies Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of PVI, and LG Display Co., Ltd., will combine their resources in a bid to take the lead in the global e-paper display market.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2010
Fabric electronics

Fabric electronics

Electronics in textiles may be printed or wound using wires and there are other options, with over 100 organisations working in the field. It varies from the invisible to the fanciful.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2009
SPAWAR vibration harvesting for WSN

SPAWAR vibration harvesting for WSN

At the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and Storage conference in Denver Colorado in November, Dr Richard Waters, Advanced Circuits and Sensors Branch SPAWAR System Center Pacific, presented on optimization of a kinetic energy harvester for low amplitude vibration.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 29, 2009
Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Glitter-sized photovoltaics could revolutionize how energy is used

Tiny cells developed by Sandia National Laboratories scientists could turn a person into a walking solar battery charger if they were fastened to flexible substrates molded around unusual shapes, such as clothing.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2009
Ultimate flexible barrier film

Ultimate flexible barrier film

In the annual report of $15 billion Japanese giant DNP, formerly Dai Nippon Printing announces the success of the development of ultra-impermeable plastic film substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 13, 2010
Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista BV. has launched its latest technology platform LiquavistaColor, which offers bright full color capability and the advantages of full interactivity and hi-fidelity video at ultra-low power to future advanced eReader devices for the first time.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2010
Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Scientists at Michigan University may soon be able to detect harmful toxins in drinking water, quickly and cheaply with the development of a new biosensor, using a strip of paper infused with carbon nanotubes.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2010
Printed RFID in 2010

Printed RFID in 2010

IDTechEx projects that the market for passive RFID tags will grow to over $10 billion in sales by 2019. Much of it will continue to use silicon chips. Dr Peter Harrop forecasts the Printed RFID market for 2010.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2010
Light emitting transistors for lab-on-chip

Light emitting transistors for lab-on-chip

What started out as 'blue-sky' thinking by a group of European researchers could ultimately lead to the commercial mass production of a new generation of optoelectronic components for devices ranging from mobile laboratories to mobile phones.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 5, 2010
Printed Electronic Circuit process for LED interconnection

Printed Electronic Circuit process for LED interconnection

PCB mounting of the LED's has to date been limited to mechanical interconnection or the use of Printed Circuits Boards built on Thermally Conductive Copper Clad aluminum substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2010
Light emitting wallpaper could replace light bulbs

Light emitting wallpaper could replace light bulbs

Revolutionary light emitting wallpaper could replace lightbulbs in two years whilst significantly reducing carbon emissions suggest recent claims.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2009
Companies slow to grasp plastic electronics opportunities

Companies slow to grasp plastic electronics opportunities

We are on the brink of a new age of Plastic Electronics, production costs are tumbling and business opportunities are growing exponentially, yet companies are slow to take up the innovation challenge, according to research from the Advanced Institute of Management Research.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2009
Flexible light emitting displays - inorganics fill market gap

Flexible light emitting displays - inorganics fill market gap

The potential for flexible OLEDs has received such huge publicity that consumer packaged goods companies and many others are sold on the potential for low cost, flexible, light emitting displays and seek to carry out many trials and rollouts.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 29, 2009
Funds to develop self-powered prosthetic limb technology

Funds to develop self-powered prosthetic limb technology

Representative Glenn Thompson, R-Howard, announced the Department of Defense Appropriations measure includes $2 million in Research, Test, Development, and Evaluation funds for KCF Technologies to further develop and commercialize self-powered prosthetic limb technology.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 25, 2009
Power Paper and GE collaborate to develop self-powered OLED lighting

Power Paper and GE collaborate to develop self-powered OLED lighting

Power Paper and GE Global Research, the technology development arm for the General Electric Company have signed an agreement to jointly develop self-powered OLED lighting devices. Using low-cost, high volume manufacturing processes, these devices could be deployed in a wide variety of environments from military ships to night-time jogging vests.
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