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Meijo University orders AIXTRON CCS® MOCVD system

Meijo University orders AIXTRON CCS® MOCVD system

AIXTRON AG recently announced a new order for one Close Coupled Showerhead® GaN based LED MOCVD system from Meijo University, in Nagoya, an established AIXTRON customer in Japan.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 29, 2010
NIST Arrays Are Step Toward Mass Production of Nanowires

NIST Arrays Are Step Toward Mass Production of Nanowires

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have cultivated many thousands of nanocrystals in what looks like a pinscreen or "pin art" on silicon, a step toward reliable mass production of semiconductor nanowires for millionths-of-a-meter-scale devices such as sensors and lasers.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 29, 2010
Zinc air batteries

Zinc air batteries

Many companies are now developing zinc air batteries and fuel cells and some actually have them in production. Most hope to make traction batteries this way sooner or later.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 28, 2010
Printed Electronics in Asia - the hot sectors

Printed Electronics in Asia - the hot sectors

There are about 3,000 organizations worldwide actively involved in the development of printed electronics. By number of organizations, Europe has the edge over the U.S., then comes Asia. However, this disguises the fact that those involved in Asia tend to be large conglomerates that can invest much more than those in the West.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 28, 2010
Solar powered unmanned aircraft sets new flight records

Solar powered unmanned aircraft sets new flight records

QinetiQ's Zephyr, a solar powered high-altitude long endurance unmanned aircraft, has completed two weeks of non-stop flight above a US Army range in Arizona.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 27, 2010
Materials for tomorrow's nano-electronics

Materials for tomorrow's nano-electronics

In the recent issue of Nature, scientists from Empa and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research report how they have managed for the first time to grow graphene ribbons that are just a few nanometres wide using a simple surface-based chemical method.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 27, 2010
C&D Technologies awarded $5 million contract for energy storage system

C&D Technologies awarded $5 million contract for energy storage system

C&D Technologies, Inc has announced that the company has been awarded a contract by the US Army for the development of an advanced energy storage system for renewable energy applications incorporating advanced lead carbon batteries.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 26, 2010
Graphene OPV - or will T-shirts soon power cell phones

Graphene OPV - or will T-shirts soon power cell phones

A flexible, printable material four or fewer atoms thick may be a high road to economical and convenient electrical power from the sun.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 23, 2010
Applied Materials to shed up to 500 jobs

Applied Materials to shed up to 500 jobs

Applied Materials have announced plans to restructure their Energy and Environmental Solutions (EES) segment which will include the loss of between 400- 500 jobs within the company World-wide and costs up to $425 million.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 23, 2010
Germany catching up in electric vehicles

Germany catching up in electric vehicles

Germany is the strongest trading nation in Europe with the broadest and deepest automotive activity. However, the strategy of the German government and its automotive industry has been deeply flawed.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 22, 2010
SolarPrint with Fiat powers vehicles of the future

SolarPrint with Fiat powers vehicles of the future

Irish energy technology company SolarPrint have entered into a partnership with Italian car manufacturing giant, Fiat, to develop solar panels that can be incorporated into automotives roof surface, as a means of generating alternative sources of energy for vehicles by converting light to power.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 21, 2010
Breakthrough in thin-film solar cells

Breakthrough in thin-film solar cells

Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have made a major breakthrough in their search for more efficient thin-film solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 20, 2010
Small wires make big connections for microelectronics

Small wires make big connections for microelectronics

University of Illinois engineers have developed a novel direct-writing method for manufacturing metal interconnects that could shrink integrated circuits and expand microelectronics.
External Company Press Release
JetXpert for dispensing

JetXpert for dispensing

ImageXpert announces JetXpert for Dispensing, a new drop-in-flight analysis system specifically designed for non-contact dispensing systems
Printed Electronics World
Jul 19, 2010
Major breakthrough could mean cheap OLED lighting

Major breakthrough could mean cheap OLED lighting

General Electric have announced that they have achieved 56 lumens-per-watt efficiency, proving that flexible, white OLED lighting devices can be made at low cost using "solution-coatable" materials
Printed Electronics World
Jul 19, 2010
Military Electric Vehicles - part five - unmanned

Military Electric Vehicles - part five - unmanned

Underwater electric vehicles, both tethered and autonomous are often used for both civil and military use.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 16, 2010
Electric Vehicles but not as we know them

Electric Vehicles but not as we know them

The increasing variety of applications of electric vehicle technology.
External Company Press Release
Bayer MaterialScience joins Holst Centre flexible electronics research

Bayer MaterialScience joins Holst Centre flexible electronics research

Bayer MaterialScience AG and Holst Centre announce their partnership.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 16, 2010
BIPV: A net-zero building produces as much energy as it uses

BIPV: A net-zero building produces as much energy as it uses

Morton Solar & Wind, LLC has been awarded a $2.16 million contract to install a 340KW photovoltaic system on the new Richardsville Elementary School.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 16, 2010
Military Electric Vehicles -part four - pure electric

Military Electric Vehicles -part four - pure electric

The US Military is in the market for regular electric vehicles both as air base ground Support Equipment GSE that tows aircraft and fetches and carries to them and for general runabouts at military bases.
External Company Press Release
Meijo University orders AIXTRON CCS® MOCVD system

Meijo University orders AIXTRON CCS® MOCVD system

AIXTRON AG recently announced a new order for one Close Coupled Showerhead® GaN based LED MOCVD system from Meijo University, in Nagoya, an established AIXTRON customer in Japan.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 29, 2010
Zinc air batteries

Zinc air batteries

Many companies are now developing zinc air batteries and fuel cells and some actually have them in production. Most hope to make traction batteries this way sooner or later.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 28, 2010
Solar powered unmanned aircraft sets new flight records

Solar powered unmanned aircraft sets new flight records

QinetiQ's Zephyr, a solar powered high-altitude long endurance unmanned aircraft, has completed two weeks of non-stop flight above a US Army range in Arizona.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 27, 2010
C&D Technologies awarded $5 million contract for energy storage system

C&D Technologies awarded $5 million contract for energy storage system

C&D Technologies, Inc has announced that the company has been awarded a contract by the US Army for the development of an advanced energy storage system for renewable energy applications incorporating advanced lead carbon batteries.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 23, 2010
Applied Materials to shed up to 500 jobs

Applied Materials to shed up to 500 jobs

Applied Materials have announced plans to restructure their Energy and Environmental Solutions (EES) segment which will include the loss of between 400- 500 jobs within the company World-wide and costs up to $425 million.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 22, 2010
SolarPrint with Fiat powers vehicles of the future

SolarPrint with Fiat powers vehicles of the future

Irish energy technology company SolarPrint have entered into a partnership with Italian car manufacturing giant, Fiat, to develop solar panels that can be incorporated into automotives roof surface, as a means of generating alternative sources of energy for vehicles by converting light to power.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 20, 2010
Small wires make big connections for microelectronics

Small wires make big connections for microelectronics

University of Illinois engineers have developed a novel direct-writing method for manufacturing metal interconnects that could shrink integrated circuits and expand microelectronics.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 19, 2010
Major breakthrough could mean cheap OLED lighting

Major breakthrough could mean cheap OLED lighting

General Electric have announced that they have achieved 56 lumens-per-watt efficiency, proving that flexible, white OLED lighting devices can be made at low cost using "solution-coatable" materials
Printed Electronics World
Jul 16, 2010
Electric Vehicles but not as we know them

Electric Vehicles but not as we know them

The increasing variety of applications of electric vehicle technology.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 16, 2010
BIPV: A net-zero building produces as much energy as it uses

BIPV: A net-zero building produces as much energy as it uses

Morton Solar & Wind, LLC has been awarded a $2.16 million contract to install a 340KW photovoltaic system on the new Richardsville Elementary School.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 29, 2010
NIST Arrays Are Step Toward Mass Production of Nanowires

NIST Arrays Are Step Toward Mass Production of Nanowires

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have cultivated many thousands of nanocrystals in what looks like a pinscreen or "pin art" on silicon, a step toward reliable mass production of semiconductor nanowires for millionths-of-a-meter-scale devices such as sensors and lasers.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 28, 2010
Printed Electronics in Asia - the hot sectors

Printed Electronics in Asia - the hot sectors

There are about 3,000 organizations worldwide actively involved in the development of printed electronics. By number of organizations, Europe has the edge over the U.S., then comes Asia. However, this disguises the fact that those involved in Asia tend to be large conglomerates that can invest much more than those in the West.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 27, 2010
Materials for tomorrow's nano-electronics

Materials for tomorrow's nano-electronics

In the recent issue of Nature, scientists from Empa and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research report how they have managed for the first time to grow graphene ribbons that are just a few nanometres wide using a simple surface-based chemical method.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 26, 2010
Graphene OPV - or will T-shirts soon power cell phones

Graphene OPV - or will T-shirts soon power cell phones

A flexible, printable material four or fewer atoms thick may be a high road to economical and convenient electrical power from the sun.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 23, 2010
Germany catching up in electric vehicles

Germany catching up in electric vehicles

Germany is the strongest trading nation in Europe with the broadest and deepest automotive activity. However, the strategy of the German government and its automotive industry has been deeply flawed.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 21, 2010
Breakthrough in thin-film solar cells

Breakthrough in thin-film solar cells

Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have made a major breakthrough in their search for more efficient thin-film solar cells.
External Company Press Release
JetXpert for dispensing

JetXpert for dispensing

ImageXpert announces JetXpert for Dispensing, a new drop-in-flight analysis system specifically designed for non-contact dispensing systems
Printed Electronics World
Jul 19, 2010
Military Electric Vehicles - part five - unmanned

Military Electric Vehicles - part five - unmanned

Underwater electric vehicles, both tethered and autonomous are often used for both civil and military use.
External Company Press Release
Bayer MaterialScience joins Holst Centre flexible electronics research

Bayer MaterialScience joins Holst Centre flexible electronics research

Bayer MaterialScience AG and Holst Centre announce their partnership.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 16, 2010
Military Electric Vehicles -part four - pure electric

Military Electric Vehicles -part four - pure electric

The US Military is in the market for regular electric vehicles both as air base ground Support Equipment GSE that tows aircraft and fetches and carries to them and for general runabouts at military bases.
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