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Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2011
Researchers develop high-capacity, temperature-tolerant li-ion battery

Researchers develop high-capacity, temperature-tolerant li-ion battery

The Journal of the American Chemical Society recently published a study investigating advanced lithium ion battery applications for commercial electric vehicles.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2011
Organic photodetectors and image sensors

Organic photodetectors and image sensors

Organic photodetectors and image sensors, highly innovative products for new applications and markets
Printed Electronics World
Mar 16, 2011
Stretchable electronics technology with standard endocardial balloon

Stretchable electronics technology with standard endocardial balloon

Stretchable balloon electronics get to the heart of cardiac medicine
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2011
University sets new record for kesterite-based solar cells

University sets new record for kesterite-based solar cells

University of Luxembourg sets new European record for kesterite-based solar cells.
External Company Press Release
SoloPower's $197 million U.S. DOE loan to build thin film PV factory

SoloPower's $197 million U.S. DOE loan to build thin film PV factory

SoloPower receives offer of conditional commitment for a $197 million loan guarantee from U.S. DOE to build thin film photovoltaic module factory.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2011
Ultra low power digital memory for energy harvesting

Ultra low power digital memory for energy harvesting

University of Illinois engineers have developed a form of ultra-low-power digital memory that is faster and uses 100 times less energy than similar available memory.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 14, 2011
Xennia and Ynvisible sign partnership agreement

Xennia and Ynvisible sign partnership agreement

Xennia Technology Ltd has signed a partnership deal with Ynvisible of Lisbon (Portugal), a company dedicated to the R&D and commercialisation of interactive printed displays. The collective goal is to optimise inks used for the industrial printing of electrochromic displays.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 11, 2011
Hitachi receives order for B-CHOP for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea

Hitachi receives order for B-CHOP for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea

Hitachi receives order for "B-CHOP" energy storage for traction power supply system for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea
Printed Electronics World
Mar 11, 2011
Versatile ultra-low power biomedical signal processor

Versatile ultra-low power biomedical signal processor

The efforts of a Holst Centre and NXP collaboration were presented last month in the form of the CoolBioTM. This low power biomedical signal processor is designed to efficiently monitor essential body parameters during the patients' daily lives at home.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2011
Power transmission through submarine hulls

Power transmission through submarine hulls

Doctoral student Tristan Lawry at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has developed and demonstrated an innovative new system that uses ultrasound to simultaneously transmit large quantities of data and power wirelessly through thick metal walls, like the hulls of ships and submarines.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2011
New 'frozen smoke' may improve robotic surgery

New 'frozen smoke' may improve robotic surgery

A spongy substance that could be mistaken for packing material has the nanotechnology world buzzing.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2011
Marine electric vehicle market: new report

Marine electric vehicle market: new report

Those making electric vehicles or their components seek to expand their business. To do this, they need to look beyond the oversupplied on-road sector.
External Company Press Release
Advanced technology for manufacturing high-performance mobile Displays

Advanced technology for manufacturing high-performance mobile Displays

Applied Materials, Inc. today announced its new Applied AKT-20K PX PECVD system for manufacturing high performance active matrix OLED and TFT-LCD displays used in the most advanced smart phone and tablet PC applications. Using critical LTPS technology, the system deposits highly-uniform films on 1.95m2 glass sheets that are three times larger than the previous standard size. This capability enables manufacturers to significantly increase production and drive down cost - helping to accelerate the transition to larger, high resolution screen sizes for mobile consumer products.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 9, 2011
Printed electronics - Europe is different

Printed electronics - Europe is different

Printed electronics is one of the most important new enabling technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 9, 2011
Towards paper batteries

Towards paper batteries

These thin, scalable devices aim to provide a fast recharge, long cycle life replacement for batteries in certain applications, and can be built into the roof or door panels to save space and weight in electric vehicles or into building structures for networked, massive energy storage on the grid.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 8, 2011
CSEM partners with Nano Retina to restore sight to the blind

CSEM partners with Nano Retina to restore sight to the blind

CSEM recentlyannounced that its scientists and engineers are collaborating with Nano-Retina to develop an implantable bionic chip, especially designed to return sight to those blinded by retinal degenerative diseases.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 7, 2011
Physicists pave the way for powerful next-generation electronics

Physicists pave the way for powerful next-generation electronics

UQ research has discovered how to create a whole new array of plastics with metallic or even superconducting properties.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2011
Aerotech introduces the ACT linear motor actuator

Aerotech introduces the ACT linear motor actuator

The ACT is a high performance, cost-effective linear-servomotor-driven actuator that is faster and more accurate than a ball screw or belt-drive without the costly, time-consuming maintenance ball screw or belt-drives require.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2011
Progress with energy harvesting buoy

Progress with energy harvesting buoy

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) is a renewable energy company specializing in offshore wave power technology. OPT's PowerBuoy system extracts the natural energy in ocean waves and converts it to useable power.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2011
The Geneva Motor Show reveals the all-electric Phantom

The Geneva Motor Show reveals the all-electric Phantom

Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce will reveal an all-electric version of their iconic Phantom at the Geneva Motor Show next week. This one-off 102EX Phantom Experimental Electric is not designed for commercialisation but to explore alternative technologies and gather opinions through a series of worldwide trials.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2011
Researchers develop high-capacity, temperature-tolerant li-ion battery

Researchers develop high-capacity, temperature-tolerant li-ion battery

The Journal of the American Chemical Society recently published a study investigating advanced lithium ion battery applications for commercial electric vehicles.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 16, 2011
Stretchable electronics technology with standard endocardial balloon

Stretchable electronics technology with standard endocardial balloon

Stretchable balloon electronics get to the heart of cardiac medicine
External Company Press Release
SoloPower's $197 million U.S. DOE loan to build thin film PV factory

SoloPower's $197 million U.S. DOE loan to build thin film PV factory

SoloPower receives offer of conditional commitment for a $197 million loan guarantee from U.S. DOE to build thin film photovoltaic module factory.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 14, 2011
Xennia and Ynvisible sign partnership agreement

Xennia and Ynvisible sign partnership agreement

Xennia Technology Ltd has signed a partnership deal with Ynvisible of Lisbon (Portugal), a company dedicated to the R&D and commercialisation of interactive printed displays. The collective goal is to optimise inks used for the industrial printing of electrochromic displays.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 11, 2011
Versatile ultra-low power biomedical signal processor

Versatile ultra-low power biomedical signal processor

The efforts of a Holst Centre and NXP collaboration were presented last month in the form of the CoolBioTM. This low power biomedical signal processor is designed to efficiently monitor essential body parameters during the patients' daily lives at home.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2011
New 'frozen smoke' may improve robotic surgery

New 'frozen smoke' may improve robotic surgery

A spongy substance that could be mistaken for packing material has the nanotechnology world buzzing.
External Company Press Release
Advanced technology for manufacturing high-performance mobile Displays

Advanced technology for manufacturing high-performance mobile Displays

Applied Materials, Inc. today announced its new Applied AKT-20K PX PECVD system for manufacturing high performance active matrix OLED and TFT-LCD displays used in the most advanced smart phone and tablet PC applications. Using critical LTPS technology, the system deposits highly-uniform films on 1.95m2 glass sheets that are three times larger than the previous standard size. This capability enables manufacturers to significantly increase production and drive down cost - helping to accelerate the transition to larger, high resolution screen sizes for mobile consumer products.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 9, 2011
Towards paper batteries

Towards paper batteries

These thin, scalable devices aim to provide a fast recharge, long cycle life replacement for batteries in certain applications, and can be built into the roof or door panels to save space and weight in electric vehicles or into building structures for networked, massive energy storage on the grid.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 7, 2011
Physicists pave the way for powerful next-generation electronics

Physicists pave the way for powerful next-generation electronics

UQ research has discovered how to create a whole new array of plastics with metallic or even superconducting properties.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2011
Progress with energy harvesting buoy

Progress with energy harvesting buoy

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) is a renewable energy company specializing in offshore wave power technology. OPT's PowerBuoy system extracts the natural energy in ocean waves and converts it to useable power.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2011
Organic photodetectors and image sensors

Organic photodetectors and image sensors

Organic photodetectors and image sensors, highly innovative products for new applications and markets
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2011
University sets new record for kesterite-based solar cells

University sets new record for kesterite-based solar cells

University of Luxembourg sets new European record for kesterite-based solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2011
Ultra low power digital memory for energy harvesting

Ultra low power digital memory for energy harvesting

University of Illinois engineers have developed a form of ultra-low-power digital memory that is faster and uses 100 times less energy than similar available memory.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 11, 2011
Hitachi receives order for B-CHOP for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea

Hitachi receives order for B-CHOP for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea

Hitachi receives order for "B-CHOP" energy storage for traction power supply system for Seoul metro line 9 in Korea
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2011
Power transmission through submarine hulls

Power transmission through submarine hulls

Doctoral student Tristan Lawry at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has developed and demonstrated an innovative new system that uses ultrasound to simultaneously transmit large quantities of data and power wirelessly through thick metal walls, like the hulls of ships and submarines.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2011
Marine electric vehicle market: new report

Marine electric vehicle market: new report

Those making electric vehicles or their components seek to expand their business. To do this, they need to look beyond the oversupplied on-road sector.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 9, 2011
Printed electronics - Europe is different

Printed electronics - Europe is different

Printed electronics is one of the most important new enabling technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 8, 2011
CSEM partners with Nano Retina to restore sight to the blind

CSEM partners with Nano Retina to restore sight to the blind

CSEM recentlyannounced that its scientists and engineers are collaborating with Nano-Retina to develop an implantable bionic chip, especially designed to return sight to those blinded by retinal degenerative diseases.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2011
Aerotech introduces the ACT linear motor actuator

Aerotech introduces the ACT linear motor actuator

The ACT is a high performance, cost-effective linear-servomotor-driven actuator that is faster and more accurate than a ball screw or belt-drive without the costly, time-consuming maintenance ball screw or belt-drives require.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2011
The Geneva Motor Show reveals the all-electric Phantom

The Geneva Motor Show reveals the all-electric Phantom

Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce will reveal an all-electric version of their iconic Phantom at the Geneva Motor Show next week. This one-off 102EX Phantom Experimental Electric is not designed for commercialisation but to explore alternative technologies and gather opinions through a series of worldwide trials.
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