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Flextech Alliance awards grant to Corning Incorporated

Flextech Alliance awards grant to Corning Incorporated

Flextech Alliance awards grant to Corning Incorporated to develop commercially viable methods for continuous printed electronic manufacturing on flexible glass substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2010
Printed electronics killer applications

Printed electronics killer applications

Printed and partly printed electronics and electrics are not being applied to very expensive things or electronic things first. It is more about modernising printing more than it is about modernising electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2010
Hyundai Heavy to build Korea's largest solar cell factory

Hyundai Heavy to build Korea's largest solar cell factory

Hyundai Heavy teams up with France's Saint-Gobain to build Korea's largest thin-film solar cell factory. Hyundai Heavy held a signing ceremony for the construction contract on October 8 in Paris. The ceremony was attended by Hyundai Heavy Chairman & CEO Min Keh-sik and Saint-Gobain Chairman Pierre-Andre de Chalendar.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2010
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

The fourth annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia event was held in Hong Kong in mid October. The event this year had much more of a commercialization flair - companies discussing product opportunities and technologies that can be moved to high volume production. This was the intention of organizers IDTechEx, given the location of the event in the World's largest manufacturing country. Tours were held to local organizations including ASTRI, the quasi government/industry research group, who co-organized the event, along with the Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) association.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2010
Hydrogen-powered, solar-inspired nano-battery

Hydrogen-powered, solar-inspired nano-battery

Eduard Karpov, University of Illinois at Chicago assistant professor of civil and materials engineering, has received a three-year, $217,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a new battery he is calling a catalothermionic generator.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2010
Electrofluidics breakthrough could see e-readers with videos in color

Electrofluidics breakthrough could see e-readers with videos in color

UC electrofluidics breakthrough could change the display technology used in a myriad of electronic devices. e-Readers like the Amazon Kindle may be able to display color and video.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm & PARC to develop next-generation printed memory solutions

Thinfilm & PARC to develop next-generation printed memory solutions

High-capacity, compact form-factor memory enabled by low-cost printed electronics opens up new market opportunities
Printed Electronics World
Oct 14, 2010
Largest operating PV facility in the world completed

Largest operating PV facility in the world completed

Enbridge Inc. and First Solar, Inc. have achieved commercial operation of the 80-megawatt (MW) Sarnia Solar Project, making it the largest operating photovoltaic facility in the world.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 14, 2010
Nissan shows new Leaf to Victoria - real world EV trials begin

Nissan shows new Leaf to Victoria - real world EV trials begin

The Nissan LEAF EV's will form part of the government's five year trial for zero emission vehicles which will explore how electric vehicle technologies will perform an evolutionary step and provide a broader product portfolio (along with advanced petrol and diesel power).
Printed Electronics World
Oct 13, 2010
Heliatek & IAPP achieve production-relevant efficiency record for OPVC

Heliatek & IAPP achieve production-relevant efficiency record for OPVC

Heliatek GmbH of Dresden has again set an efficiency record for organic photovoltaic cells with an efficiency of 8.3% on an active surface area of 1.1 cm2 - a new world record for organic photovoltaic cells.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 13, 2010
Singapore's electric vehicle test-bed taking shape

Singapore's electric vehicle test-bed taking shape

The inter-agency Electric Vehicle (EV) Taskforce led by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) and the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has appointed Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd ("Bosch") to design, develop, deploy, operate and maintain Singapore's EV charging infrastructure as part of the EV test-bed programme.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 13, 2010
Zinc air for traction batteries and fuel cells

Zinc air for traction batteries and fuel cells

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
Oct 12, 2010
E-paper's 'electrofluidics' can hold an image without electrical power

E-paper's 'electrofluidics' can hold an image without electrical power

A recent paper describes the new technology created by a collaboration between the University of Cincinnati and start-up company Gamma Dynamics LLC.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar achieves IEC 61646 certification

Ascent Solar achieves IEC 61646 certification

Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. a developer of state of the art flexible thin-film solar modules, announced that it has become the first manufacturer of thin-film flexible monolithically integrated CIGS modules to receive full IEC 61646 certification upon completion of environmental testing.
External Company Press Release
Caledon Controls new metalized MCP and PDIM PET substrate films

Caledon Controls new metalized MCP and PDIM PET substrate films

Caledon Controls new metalized MCP and PDIM PET substrate films for electronic applications.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 11, 2010
1st pilot production line for organic LEDs to be installed in Germany

1st pilot production line for organic LEDs to be installed in Germany

Osram developing light of the future at research facility.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2010
Nobel Prize winner for graphene

Nobel Prize winner for graphene

the 2010 Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to Professor André Geim and Professor Konstantin Novoselov, at the University of Manchester, for their ground breaking work on graphene.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2010
Allison Transmission achieves strong city bus and hybrid bus sales

Allison Transmission achieves strong city bus and hybrid bus sales

Nearly 14,000 Allison transmissions sold; hybrid sales exceed 1,300 in one year; Allison's global presence in new and developing markets grows as efficiency-driven operators choose Allison for their transit systems.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 7, 2010
3M invests in Printechnologics GmbH

3M invests in Printechnologics GmbH

3M, through its New Ventures business, invests in Printechnologics, a German printed electronics specialist, aimed at joint efforts for providing innovative solutions for electronic features on paper or foil.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 7, 2010
Konarka appoints organic electronics veteran to Board of Directors

Konarka appoints organic electronics veteran to Board of Directors

Dr. David Fyfe's career in chemical Industry spans 40 years with extensive experience in commercialization of printed electronics polymer based technology
External Company Press Release
Flextech Alliance awards grant to Corning Incorporated

Flextech Alliance awards grant to Corning Incorporated

Flextech Alliance awards grant to Corning Incorporated to develop commercially viable methods for continuous printed electronic manufacturing on flexible glass substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2010
Hyundai Heavy to build Korea's largest solar cell factory

Hyundai Heavy to build Korea's largest solar cell factory

Hyundai Heavy teams up with France's Saint-Gobain to build Korea's largest thin-film solar cell factory. Hyundai Heavy held a signing ceremony for the construction contract on October 8 in Paris. The ceremony was attended by Hyundai Heavy Chairman & CEO Min Keh-sik and Saint-Gobain Chairman Pierre-Andre de Chalendar.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2010
Hydrogen-powered, solar-inspired nano-battery

Hydrogen-powered, solar-inspired nano-battery

Eduard Karpov, University of Illinois at Chicago assistant professor of civil and materials engineering, has received a three-year, $217,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a new battery he is calling a catalothermionic generator.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm & PARC to develop next-generation printed memory solutions

Thinfilm & PARC to develop next-generation printed memory solutions

High-capacity, compact form-factor memory enabled by low-cost printed electronics opens up new market opportunities
Printed Electronics World
Oct 14, 2010
Nissan shows new Leaf to Victoria - real world EV trials begin

Nissan shows new Leaf to Victoria - real world EV trials begin

The Nissan LEAF EV's will form part of the government's five year trial for zero emission vehicles which will explore how electric vehicle technologies will perform an evolutionary step and provide a broader product portfolio (along with advanced petrol and diesel power).
Printed Electronics World
Oct 13, 2010
Singapore's electric vehicle test-bed taking shape

Singapore's electric vehicle test-bed taking shape

The inter-agency Electric Vehicle (EV) Taskforce led by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) and the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has appointed Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd ("Bosch") to design, develop, deploy, operate and maintain Singapore's EV charging infrastructure as part of the EV test-bed programme.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 12, 2010
E-paper's 'electrofluidics' can hold an image without electrical power

E-paper's 'electrofluidics' can hold an image without electrical power

A recent paper describes the new technology created by a collaboration between the University of Cincinnati and start-up company Gamma Dynamics LLC.
External Company Press Release
Caledon Controls new metalized MCP and PDIM PET substrate films

Caledon Controls new metalized MCP and PDIM PET substrate films

Caledon Controls new metalized MCP and PDIM PET substrate films for electronic applications.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2010
Nobel Prize winner for graphene

Nobel Prize winner for graphene

the 2010 Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to Professor André Geim and Professor Konstantin Novoselov, at the University of Manchester, for their ground breaking work on graphene.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 7, 2010
3M invests in Printechnologics GmbH

3M invests in Printechnologics GmbH

3M, through its New Ventures business, invests in Printechnologics, a German printed electronics specialist, aimed at joint efforts for providing innovative solutions for electronic features on paper or foil.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2010
Printed electronics killer applications

Printed electronics killer applications

Printed and partly printed electronics and electrics are not being applied to very expensive things or electronic things first. It is more about modernising printing more than it is about modernising electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2010
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

The fourth annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia event was held in Hong Kong in mid October. The event this year had much more of a commercialization flair - companies discussing product opportunities and technologies that can be moved to high volume production. This was the intention of organizers IDTechEx, given the location of the event in the World's largest manufacturing country. Tours were held to local organizations including ASTRI, the quasi government/industry research group, who co-organized the event, along with the Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) association.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2010
Electrofluidics breakthrough could see e-readers with videos in color

Electrofluidics breakthrough could see e-readers with videos in color

UC electrofluidics breakthrough could change the display technology used in a myriad of electronic devices. e-Readers like the Amazon Kindle may be able to display color and video.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 14, 2010
Largest operating PV facility in the world completed

Largest operating PV facility in the world completed

Enbridge Inc. and First Solar, Inc. have achieved commercial operation of the 80-megawatt (MW) Sarnia Solar Project, making it the largest operating photovoltaic facility in the world.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 13, 2010
Heliatek & IAPP achieve production-relevant efficiency record for OPVC

Heliatek & IAPP achieve production-relevant efficiency record for OPVC

Heliatek GmbH of Dresden has again set an efficiency record for organic photovoltaic cells with an efficiency of 8.3% on an active surface area of 1.1 cm2 - a new world record for organic photovoltaic cells.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 13, 2010
Zinc air for traction batteries and fuel cells

Zinc air for traction batteries and fuel cells

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.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar achieves IEC 61646 certification

Ascent Solar achieves IEC 61646 certification

Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. a developer of state of the art flexible thin-film solar modules, announced that it has become the first manufacturer of thin-film flexible monolithically integrated CIGS modules to receive full IEC 61646 certification upon completion of environmental testing.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 11, 2010
1st pilot production line for organic LEDs to be installed in Germany

1st pilot production line for organic LEDs to be installed in Germany

Osram developing light of the future at research facility.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2010
Allison Transmission achieves strong city bus and hybrid bus sales

Allison Transmission achieves strong city bus and hybrid bus sales

Nearly 14,000 Allison transmissions sold; hybrid sales exceed 1,300 in one year; Allison's global presence in new and developing markets grows as efficiency-driven operators choose Allison for their transit systems.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 7, 2010
Konarka appoints organic electronics veteran to Board of Directors

Konarka appoints organic electronics veteran to Board of Directors

Dr. David Fyfe's career in chemical Industry spans 40 years with extensive experience in commercialization of printed electronics polymer based technology
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