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Printed Electronics World
Jul 7, 2021
Self Powered Implantable Device Stimulates Bone Healing, Disappears

Self Powered Implantable Device Stimulates Bone Healing, Disappears

Researchers know that electricity can help speed up bone healing, but "zapping" fractures has never really caught on, since it requires surgically implanting and removing electrodes powered by an external source.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 6, 2021
No Lives at Steak: How Will Your Food be Made in the Future?

No Lives at Steak: How Will Your Food be Made in the Future?

For a slaughter-free spaghetti bolognese, a beef burger where no cows were harmed, and fresh produce growing from the walls of skyscrapers, food technology is turning science fiction into science fact one innovation at a time.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 6, 2021
Graphene-Based Nano-Inks for Additive Manufacturing of Supercapacitors

Graphene-Based Nano-Inks for Additive Manufacturing of Supercapacitors

Research shows potential ways to manufacture graphene-based nano-inks for additive manufacturing of supercapacitors in the form of flexible and printable electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 5, 2021
Knitted Keyboard Showcases the Power of Smart Textiles

Knitted Keyboard Showcases the Power of Smart Textiles

Seizing on the observation that most of the world's keyboards up until this point have been somewhat rigid, the KnittedKeyboard II seeks to spark a paradigm shift in expectations by way of an interactive, textile-based musical device with the familiar layout of piano keys. And the unfamiliar nature of being a piece of musical knitwear.
External Company Press Release
Toppan Printing Rebrands as Toppan Inc

Toppan Printing Rebrands as Toppan Inc

Toppan Printing has changed its English company name from Toppan Printing Co Ltd to Toppan Inc following a resolution passed at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held on June 29. The evolution of the brand represents Toppan's expansion beyond its traditional markets both in terms of business fields and geographical footprint.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 2, 2021
'Soft' Graphene-Containing Electrodes That Adapt to Living Tissue

'Soft' Graphene-Containing Electrodes That Adapt to Living Tissue

Researchers have collaborated on a pioneering project in bioengineering, producing metal-free, hydrogel electrodes that flex to fit the complex shapes inside the human body.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 1, 2021
Has the Funding for Graphene Dried up?

Has the Funding for Graphene Dried up?

Practically no graphene manufacturer is making significant revenue, let alone a profit, so continued funding will still be essential - but is there still enough cash being injected?
Printed Electronics World
Jul 1, 2021
Key Trends That Are Turning Up The Heat In The EV Market

Key Trends That Are Turning Up The Heat In The EV Market

Within the EV market, increases are being seen in battery capacity, range, charging rates, wide bandgap semiconductors, and high-performance traction motors. Additionally, EV fires and related recalls have brought the concept of thermal runaway detection, prevention, and protection to the fore. All of these trends demand more effective thermal management systems, solutions, and materials.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 30, 2021
Nanotech OLED Electrode Frees 20% More Light, Could Slash Power Use

Nanotech OLED Electrode Frees 20% More Light, Could Slash Power Use

A new electrode that could free up 20% more light from organic light-emitting diodes has been developed. It could help extend the battery life of smartphones and laptops, or make next-gen televisions and displays much more energy efficient.
External Company Press Release
Battery-on-Circuit Technology for Smart Labels

Battery-on-Circuit Technology for Smart Labels

CPI today announced the successful completion of POETICS, a collaborative project aiming to develop low-cost Battery-on-Circuit technology for printed smart labels used to track assets. The outcomes of this project could help lower production costs and drive industrial growth within the printed electronics industry.
External Company Press Release
Epishine Agreement with Computer Controls

Epishine Agreement with Computer Controls

The Swedish scale-up Epishine has signed an agreement with CCAG, the Swiss IT distribution house with an international reputation, for their Organic Indoor Light Energy Harvesting Modules.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 29, 2021
New Manufacturing Technique for Flexible Electronics

New Manufacturing Technique for Flexible Electronics

Ultrathin, flexible computer circuits have been an engineering goal for years, but technical hurdles have prevented the degree of miniaturization necessary to achieve high performance. Now, researchers have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nanometers in length - several times smaller than previously possible.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 29, 2021
Inflatable, Shape Changing Spinal Implants Help Treat Severe Pain

Inflatable, Shape Changing Spinal Implants Help Treat Severe Pain

A team of engineers and clinicians has developed an ultra-thin, inflatable device that can be used to treat the most severe forms of pain without the need for invasive surgery. The device uses a combination of soft robotic fabrication techniques, ultra-thin electronics and microfluidics.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 28, 2021
COVID-19 Helps Drive Electronic Skin Patches Market to $10bn in 2021

COVID-19 Helps Drive Electronic Skin Patches Market to $10bn in 2021

IDTechEx have released their latest report on Electronic Skin Patches. The report, titled "Electronic Skin Patches 2021-2031", covers the market, technology, and players in this unique product sector, and predicts that the sector will be worth $10bn in annual revenue in 2021.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 28, 2021
New Soft Electronics Don't Break Even When Punctured

New Soft Electronics Don't Break Even When Punctured

Want a smartphone that stretches, takes damage, and still doesn't miss a call? A team of researchers has created a new type of soft electronics, paving the way for devices that are self-healing, reconfigurable, and recyclable. These skin-like circuits are soft and stretchy, sustain numerous damage events under load without losing electrical conductivity, and can be recycled to generate new circuits at the end of a product's life.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 28, 2021
Recycling Next-Generation Solar Panels Fosters Green Planet

Recycling Next-Generation Solar Panels Fosters Green Planet

Tossing worn-out solar panels into landfills may soon become electronics waste history. Designing a recycling strategy for a new, forthcoming generation of photovoltaic solar cells - made from metal halide perovskites, a family of crystalline materials with structures like the natural mineral calcium titanate - will add a stronger dose of environmental friendliness to a green industry.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event-Based Vision: Technologies and Applications

Event-Based Vision: Technologies and Applications

Event-based vision can be regarded as a subset of event based sensing. This is an alternative method to reading out data from a sensor. The approach and its benefits are best understood via comparison with conventional sensing.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2021
Thin, Stretchable Biosensors Could Make Surgery Safer

Thin, Stretchable Biosensors Could Make Surgery Safer

A research team have developed bio-inks for biosensors that could help localize critical regions in tissues and organs during surgical operations.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2021
Upcoming Webinar - Solid-State Batteries: The EV Game Raisers?

Upcoming Webinar - Solid-State Batteries: The EV Game Raisers?

Thursday 8 July 2021 - What are solid-state batteries?; Value propositions of solid-state batteries; Development trend of solid-state batteries; Overall market landscape; and Targeting markets
External Company Press Release
Epishine Receives 80 million SEK (EUR 8 million)

Epishine Receives 80 million SEK (EUR 8 million)

Epishine receives 80 million SEK (EUR 8 million) - AxSol becomes largest individual shareholder.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 7, 2021
Self Powered Implantable Device Stimulates Bone Healing, Disappears

Self Powered Implantable Device Stimulates Bone Healing, Disappears

Researchers know that electricity can help speed up bone healing, but "zapping" fractures has never really caught on, since it requires surgically implanting and removing electrodes powered by an external source.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 6, 2021
Graphene-Based Nano-Inks for Additive Manufacturing of Supercapacitors

Graphene-Based Nano-Inks for Additive Manufacturing of Supercapacitors

Research shows potential ways to manufacture graphene-based nano-inks for additive manufacturing of supercapacitors in the form of flexible and printable electronics.
External Company Press Release
Toppan Printing Rebrands as Toppan Inc

Toppan Printing Rebrands as Toppan Inc

Toppan Printing has changed its English company name from Toppan Printing Co Ltd to Toppan Inc following a resolution passed at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held on June 29. The evolution of the brand represents Toppan's expansion beyond its traditional markets both in terms of business fields and geographical footprint.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 1, 2021
Has the Funding for Graphene Dried up?

Has the Funding for Graphene Dried up?

Practically no graphene manufacturer is making significant revenue, let alone a profit, so continued funding will still be essential - but is there still enough cash being injected?
Printed Electronics World
Jun 30, 2021
Nanotech OLED Electrode Frees 20% More Light, Could Slash Power Use

Nanotech OLED Electrode Frees 20% More Light, Could Slash Power Use

A new electrode that could free up 20% more light from organic light-emitting diodes has been developed. It could help extend the battery life of smartphones and laptops, or make next-gen televisions and displays much more energy efficient.
External Company Press Release
Epishine Agreement with Computer Controls

Epishine Agreement with Computer Controls

The Swedish scale-up Epishine has signed an agreement with CCAG, the Swiss IT distribution house with an international reputation, for their Organic Indoor Light Energy Harvesting Modules.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 29, 2021
Inflatable, Shape Changing Spinal Implants Help Treat Severe Pain

Inflatable, Shape Changing Spinal Implants Help Treat Severe Pain

A team of engineers and clinicians has developed an ultra-thin, inflatable device that can be used to treat the most severe forms of pain without the need for invasive surgery. The device uses a combination of soft robotic fabrication techniques, ultra-thin electronics and microfluidics.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 28, 2021
New Soft Electronics Don't Break Even When Punctured

New Soft Electronics Don't Break Even When Punctured

Want a smartphone that stretches, takes damage, and still doesn't miss a call? A team of researchers has created a new type of soft electronics, paving the way for devices that are self-healing, reconfigurable, and recyclable. These skin-like circuits are soft and stretchy, sustain numerous damage events under load without losing electrical conductivity, and can be recycled to generate new circuits at the end of a product's life.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event-Based Vision: Technologies and Applications

Event-Based Vision: Technologies and Applications

Event-based vision can be regarded as a subset of event based sensing. This is an alternative method to reading out data from a sensor. The approach and its benefits are best understood via comparison with conventional sensing.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2021
Upcoming Webinar - Solid-State Batteries: The EV Game Raisers?

Upcoming Webinar - Solid-State Batteries: The EV Game Raisers?

Thursday 8 July 2021 - What are solid-state batteries?; Value propositions of solid-state batteries; Development trend of solid-state batteries; Overall market landscape; and Targeting markets
Printed Electronics World
Jul 6, 2021
No Lives at Steak: How Will Your Food be Made in the Future?

No Lives at Steak: How Will Your Food be Made in the Future?

For a slaughter-free spaghetti bolognese, a beef burger where no cows were harmed, and fresh produce growing from the walls of skyscrapers, food technology is turning science fiction into science fact one innovation at a time.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 5, 2021
Knitted Keyboard Showcases the Power of Smart Textiles

Knitted Keyboard Showcases the Power of Smart Textiles

Seizing on the observation that most of the world's keyboards up until this point have been somewhat rigid, the KnittedKeyboard II seeks to spark a paradigm shift in expectations by way of an interactive, textile-based musical device with the familiar layout of piano keys. And the unfamiliar nature of being a piece of musical knitwear.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 2, 2021
'Soft' Graphene-Containing Electrodes That Adapt to Living Tissue

'Soft' Graphene-Containing Electrodes That Adapt to Living Tissue

Researchers have collaborated on a pioneering project in bioengineering, producing metal-free, hydrogel electrodes that flex to fit the complex shapes inside the human body.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 1, 2021
Key Trends That Are Turning Up The Heat In The EV Market

Key Trends That Are Turning Up The Heat In The EV Market

Within the EV market, increases are being seen in battery capacity, range, charging rates, wide bandgap semiconductors, and high-performance traction motors. Additionally, EV fires and related recalls have brought the concept of thermal runaway detection, prevention, and protection to the fore. All of these trends demand more effective thermal management systems, solutions, and materials.
External Company Press Release
Battery-on-Circuit Technology for Smart Labels

Battery-on-Circuit Technology for Smart Labels

CPI today announced the successful completion of POETICS, a collaborative project aiming to develop low-cost Battery-on-Circuit technology for printed smart labels used to track assets. The outcomes of this project could help lower production costs and drive industrial growth within the printed electronics industry.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 29, 2021
New Manufacturing Technique for Flexible Electronics

New Manufacturing Technique for Flexible Electronics

Ultrathin, flexible computer circuits have been an engineering goal for years, but technical hurdles have prevented the degree of miniaturization necessary to achieve high performance. Now, researchers have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nanometers in length - several times smaller than previously possible.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 28, 2021
COVID-19 Helps Drive Electronic Skin Patches Market to $10bn in 2021

COVID-19 Helps Drive Electronic Skin Patches Market to $10bn in 2021

IDTechEx have released their latest report on Electronic Skin Patches. The report, titled "Electronic Skin Patches 2021-2031", covers the market, technology, and players in this unique product sector, and predicts that the sector will be worth $10bn in annual revenue in 2021.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 28, 2021
Recycling Next-Generation Solar Panels Fosters Green Planet

Recycling Next-Generation Solar Panels Fosters Green Planet

Tossing worn-out solar panels into landfills may soon become electronics waste history. Designing a recycling strategy for a new, forthcoming generation of photovoltaic solar cells - made from metal halide perovskites, a family of crystalline materials with structures like the natural mineral calcium titanate - will add a stronger dose of environmental friendliness to a green industry.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2021
Thin, Stretchable Biosensors Could Make Surgery Safer

Thin, Stretchable Biosensors Could Make Surgery Safer

A research team have developed bio-inks for biosensors that could help localize critical regions in tissues and organs during surgical operations.
External Company Press Release
Epishine Receives 80 million SEK (EUR 8 million)

Epishine Receives 80 million SEK (EUR 8 million)

Epishine receives 80 million SEK (EUR 8 million) - AxSol becomes largest individual shareholder.
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