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Printed Electronics World
Feb 17, 2011
Printed electronics widens its scope

Printed electronics widens its scope

Printed electronics has its origins in conductive patterns printed as part of conventional electronics, forming flexible keyboards, antennas and so on.
External Company Press Release
AU Optronics Corp. reports 4Q2010 financial results

AU Optronics Corp. reports 4Q2010 financial results

AUO will continue to implement the "value-oriented" business strategy in 2011. For example, leading-edge technologies to produce 3D panels, touch modules, OLED displays and other high-end, value-added products are anticipated to enter mass production this year.
External Company Press Release
E Ink Holdings announces fourth quarter and fiscal year 2010 results

E Ink Holdings announces fourth quarter and fiscal year 2010 results

Sales reach historical high of NT$9.7 billion and NT$25.2 billion respectively
External Company Press Release
Strong Thinfilm momentum in the toys & games market

Strong Thinfilm momentum in the toys & games market

Thin Film Electronics ASA ("Thinfilm") is experiencing significant interest for its offerings in the toys and games market, and has received additional orders for the Thinfilm Toy Development Kit.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 16, 2011
Printed Electronics progress at Samsung

Printed Electronics progress at Samsung

In this article we review the latest Printed Electronics progress at Samsung.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 16, 2011
Future of marine electric vehicles

Future of marine electric vehicles

Marine electric craft have recently entered a phase of rapid market growth and radical change. A new IDTechEx report "Marine Electric Vehicles 2011-2021" is the world's first comprehensive report on marine electric vehicles with latest ten year forecasts and assessment of important new projects such as submarines that will fly.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 15, 2011
Printed Electronics in Korea

Printed Electronics in Korea

IDTechEx recently visited Korea to learn more about the progress with Printed Electronics there - find out more.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 14, 2011
New approach to thermoelectric energy harvesting

New approach to thermoelectric energy harvesting

We have waited 20 years for Automotive Thermoelectric Generators to be deployed in production vehicles but we may not have much longer to wait because they are more useful in hybrid vehicles than in conventional vehicles.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 14, 2011
UC and industry researchers predict future of electronic devices

UC and industry researchers predict future of electronic devices

In the first published critical review of technical developments related to electronic paper devices (i.e., e-readers like the Amazon Kindle), UC researcher Jason Heikenfeld and industry counterparts review the next generation of these devices.
External Company Press Release
Northeast Ohio's FlexMatters Cluster attracts $14 million in 2010

Northeast Ohio's FlexMatters Cluster attracts $14 million in 2010

Northeast Ohio's flexible electronics cluster experienced significant growth in 2010 by attracting $14 million in capital from public and private sources, according to a recent analysis by NorTech.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm launches demo game powered by printed memories

Thinfilm launches demo game powered by printed memories

Thinfilm's unique printed electronic memories enable interactive games and card-based online monetization.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2011
GTSO signs JV for new Rare Earth Exports out of Mongolia

GTSO signs JV for new Rare Earth Exports out of Mongolia

Green Technology Solutions, Inc. have announced that it has entered into a joint venture agreement with Rare Earth Exporters of Mongolia (REE) in order to procure rare-earth mining claims and operations in the developing Asian nation.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2011
Making a point

Making a point

Northwestern researchers have developed an innovative method for printing nanostructures using hard, sharp "pen" tips that float on soft polymer springs. The technique quickly and inexpensively produces patterns of high quality and with high resolution and density.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 9, 2011
Versatilis improvement in semiconducting inks for printing electronics

Versatilis improvement in semiconducting inks for printing electronics

Vermont company shows 5-fold improvement in printable electronic devices made with modified semiconductor inks, awarded patent
Printed Electronics World
Feb 8, 2011
A material to revolutionize electronics

A material to revolutionize electronics

Smaller and more energy-efficient electronic chips could be made using molybdenite.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 8, 2011
CODA secures a $76m investment towards its first all-electric vehicle

CODA secures a $76m investment towards its first all-electric vehicle

Electric vehicle and advanced lithium-ion battery developer CODA has raised $76m in the initial closing of an investment round led by Harbinger Capital Partners and Riverstone Holdings.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 7, 2011
Cheaper solar technology developed in Oxford

Cheaper solar technology developed in Oxford

Oxford Photovoltaics, a company recently spun out from the University of Oxford by Isis Innovation Ltd., has developed new solar cell technology that is manufactured from cheap, abundant, non-toxic and non-corrosive materials and can be scaled to any volume.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 7, 2011
Californian ports test hydrogen fuel-cell hybrid-electric trucks

Californian ports test hydrogen fuel-cell hybrid-electric trucks

The testing of two hybrid fuel-cell powered trucks will begin this spring in the Californian ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, running for 18 months. The trucks will be tested to evaluate their suitability for short and medium distance cargo-hauling operations, and other similar applications.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 4, 2011
Traction battery winner will be Toyota?

Traction battery winner will be Toyota?

We used to have battery makers and car makers and little connection between the two
External Company Press Release
Evergreen Solar To Close Devens manufacturing facility

Evergreen Solar To Close Devens manufacturing facility

Evergreen Solar, Inc., a manufacturer of String Ribbon® solar power products with its proprietary, low-cost silicon wafer technology, have announced its intent to shut down operations at its Devens manufacturing facility to better position the Company to pursue its industry standard size wafer strategy and preserve the Company's liquidity.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 17, 2011
Printed electronics widens its scope

Printed electronics widens its scope

Printed electronics has its origins in conductive patterns printed as part of conventional electronics, forming flexible keyboards, antennas and so on.
External Company Press Release
E Ink Holdings announces fourth quarter and fiscal year 2010 results

E Ink Holdings announces fourth quarter and fiscal year 2010 results

Sales reach historical high of NT$9.7 billion and NT$25.2 billion respectively
Printed Electronics World
Feb 16, 2011
Printed Electronics progress at Samsung

Printed Electronics progress at Samsung

In this article we review the latest Printed Electronics progress at Samsung.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 15, 2011
Printed Electronics in Korea

Printed Electronics in Korea

IDTechEx recently visited Korea to learn more about the progress with Printed Electronics there - find out more.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 14, 2011
UC and industry researchers predict future of electronic devices

UC and industry researchers predict future of electronic devices

In the first published critical review of technical developments related to electronic paper devices (i.e., e-readers like the Amazon Kindle), UC researcher Jason Heikenfeld and industry counterparts review the next generation of these devices.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm launches demo game powered by printed memories

Thinfilm launches demo game powered by printed memories

Thinfilm's unique printed electronic memories enable interactive games and card-based online monetization.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2011
Making a point

Making a point

Northwestern researchers have developed an innovative method for printing nanostructures using hard, sharp "pen" tips that float on soft polymer springs. The technique quickly and inexpensively produces patterns of high quality and with high resolution and density.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 8, 2011
A material to revolutionize electronics

A material to revolutionize electronics

Smaller and more energy-efficient electronic chips could be made using molybdenite.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 7, 2011
Cheaper solar technology developed in Oxford

Cheaper solar technology developed in Oxford

Oxford Photovoltaics, a company recently spun out from the University of Oxford by Isis Innovation Ltd., has developed new solar cell technology that is manufactured from cheap, abundant, non-toxic and non-corrosive materials and can be scaled to any volume.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 4, 2011
Traction battery winner will be Toyota?

Traction battery winner will be Toyota?

We used to have battery makers and car makers and little connection between the two
External Company Press Release
AU Optronics Corp. reports 4Q2010 financial results

AU Optronics Corp. reports 4Q2010 financial results

AUO will continue to implement the "value-oriented" business strategy in 2011. For example, leading-edge technologies to produce 3D panels, touch modules, OLED displays and other high-end, value-added products are anticipated to enter mass production this year.
External Company Press Release
Strong Thinfilm momentum in the toys & games market

Strong Thinfilm momentum in the toys & games market

Thin Film Electronics ASA ("Thinfilm") is experiencing significant interest for its offerings in the toys and games market, and has received additional orders for the Thinfilm Toy Development Kit.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 16, 2011
Future of marine electric vehicles

Future of marine electric vehicles

Marine electric craft have recently entered a phase of rapid market growth and radical change. A new IDTechEx report "Marine Electric Vehicles 2011-2021" is the world's first comprehensive report on marine electric vehicles with latest ten year forecasts and assessment of important new projects such as submarines that will fly.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 14, 2011
New approach to thermoelectric energy harvesting

New approach to thermoelectric energy harvesting

We have waited 20 years for Automotive Thermoelectric Generators to be deployed in production vehicles but we may not have much longer to wait because they are more useful in hybrid vehicles than in conventional vehicles.
External Company Press Release
Northeast Ohio's FlexMatters Cluster attracts $14 million in 2010

Northeast Ohio's FlexMatters Cluster attracts $14 million in 2010

Northeast Ohio's flexible electronics cluster experienced significant growth in 2010 by attracting $14 million in capital from public and private sources, according to a recent analysis by NorTech.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2011
GTSO signs JV for new Rare Earth Exports out of Mongolia

GTSO signs JV for new Rare Earth Exports out of Mongolia

Green Technology Solutions, Inc. have announced that it has entered into a joint venture agreement with Rare Earth Exporters of Mongolia (REE) in order to procure rare-earth mining claims and operations in the developing Asian nation.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 9, 2011
Versatilis improvement in semiconducting inks for printing electronics

Versatilis improvement in semiconducting inks for printing electronics

Vermont company shows 5-fold improvement in printable electronic devices made with modified semiconductor inks, awarded patent
Printed Electronics World
Feb 8, 2011
CODA secures a $76m investment towards its first all-electric vehicle

CODA secures a $76m investment towards its first all-electric vehicle

Electric vehicle and advanced lithium-ion battery developer CODA has raised $76m in the initial closing of an investment round led by Harbinger Capital Partners and Riverstone Holdings.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 7, 2011
Californian ports test hydrogen fuel-cell hybrid-electric trucks

Californian ports test hydrogen fuel-cell hybrid-electric trucks

The testing of two hybrid fuel-cell powered trucks will begin this spring in the Californian ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, running for 18 months. The trucks will be tested to evaluate their suitability for short and medium distance cargo-hauling operations, and other similar applications.
External Company Press Release
Evergreen Solar To Close Devens manufacturing facility

Evergreen Solar To Close Devens manufacturing facility

Evergreen Solar, Inc., a manufacturer of String Ribbon® solar power products with its proprietary, low-cost silicon wafer technology, have announced its intent to shut down operations at its Devens manufacturing facility to better position the Company to pursue its industry standard size wafer strategy and preserve the Company's liquidity.
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