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Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2011
Spintronics: Hitting the wall

Spintronics: Hitting the wall

Experimental evidence of intrinsic pinning of magnetic domain walls will aid the development of next-generation memories.
Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2011
Antarctica's ice puts electric vehicles to test

Antarctica's ice puts electric vehicles to test

The punishment your car endures on a cold winter commute pales in comparison to the veritable torture that researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are inflicting on two electric utility research vehicles — all in the name of science.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2011
AGC develops world's thinnest sheet float glass at just 0.1 mm

AGC develops world's thinnest sheet float glass at just 0.1 mm

AGC announced that it has developed ultra-thin sheet glass manufactured using the float process, measuring just 0.1 mm, roughly the thinness of a sheet of paper.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2011
San Francisco International Airport free charging

San Francisco International Airport free charging

San Francisco is among the cities which are leaders in the movement to scale up electric car adoption in the US
Printed Electronics World
May 16, 2011
Swiss cheese design for Micromorph solar cells

Swiss cheese design for Micromorph solar cells

'Swiss cheese' design enables thin film silicon solar cells with potential for higher efficiencies
External Company Press Release
Teknek introduces high performance solution for cleaning thin film

Teknek introduces high performance solution for cleaning thin film

The problem of cleaning thin films has been solved by Teknek, the global leader in contact cleaning technology, with the introduction of the Ultracleen range of cleaning roller.
Printed Electronics World
May 13, 2011
Pentagonal tiles pave the way towards organic electronics

Pentagonal tiles pave the way towards organic electronics

New research paves way for next generation of ultra-small electronic devices.
Printed Electronics World
May 13, 2011
Military, Security and Police Electric Vehicles

Military, Security and Police Electric Vehicles

This article shares some of the research carried out for the new IDTechEx report "Electric Vehicles Military, Security, Police 2011-2021". Electric vehicles are appearing for military, security and police purposes that are on land, on and in the sea and airborne.
Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2011
Thinfilm receives engineering orders for prototypes

Thinfilm receives engineering orders for prototypes

Thin Film Electronics ASA have received and accepted two engineering orders from leading toy manufacturers.
Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2011
Intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles

Intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles

Two forthcoming events in Germany reflect the intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles. Energy Harvesting Europe 21-22 June covers many forms of harvesting for other applications as well and drills into the technology, investment and other aspects of harvesting in general. On the other hand Electric Vehicles Land Sea Air in Stuttgart 28-29 June is entirely vehicle oriented.
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2011
Polychem UV/EB New Patterning Methods

Polychem UV/EB New Patterning Methods

Polychem UV/EB International Corp. announced that they have developed new patterning methods for low-viscosity transparent conductive polymer coatings, Aims to Replace Expensive ITO Films.
Printed Electronics World
May 10, 2011
Thinfilm phones could make current smartphones obsolete in 5 to 10 yrs

Thinfilm phones could make current smartphones obsolete in 5 to 10 yrs

Queen's University's Roel Vertegaal predicts that thinfilm phones will make current smartphones obsolete in 5 to 10 years.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2011
Moving to low dimensional structures for thermoelectric harvesting

Moving to low dimensional structures for thermoelectric harvesting

Dr Jeremy Watling from the University of Glasgow recently presented at the "Intelligent Harvesting Workshop" in London, covering their progress with Thermoelectric Energy Harvesters.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2011
Improvement in electrical conductivity of polymeric composites

Improvement in electrical conductivity of polymeric composites

Physicists at the University of Luxembourg have developed a new method to improve the electrical conductivity of polymeric composites.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics announces OLED distribution agreement with Sanyo

Plextronics announces OLED distribution agreement with Sanyo

Plextronics, Inc. announced today that the Company has signed an OLED lighting distribution agreement with Sanyo Chemical Industries, Ltd. Under the terms of the agreement, Sanyo will distribute select Plexcore® OC inks developed specifically for use in OLED lighting applications in the Japanese market.
Printed Electronics World
May 6, 2011
Comprehensive line-up for Electric Vehicles Land, Sea & Air

Comprehensive line-up for Electric Vehicles Land, Sea & Air

Analysts IDTechEx have added a number of carefully chosen best-in-class speakers to the lineup for their unique event that covers the whole subject for the first time. There are six on-road vehicle manufacturers plus two companies involved in off-road electric vehicles. Six organisations describe electric aircraft work and four speakers cover their inland and seagoing electric boats.
Printed Electronics World
May 6, 2011
CDT agreement with ONDL

CDT agreement with ONDL

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Organic Nano Device Laboratory (ONDL) is recognised worldwide for its innovative research in P-OLED and organic semiconductors.
Printed Electronics World
May 5, 2011
Magnetic nanobead technology could result in better biosensors

Magnetic nanobead technology could result in better biosensors

According to scientists from Oregon State University (OSU), the use of such particles in chemical detection systems could make those systems much smaller, faster, cheaper to produce, and more accurate than they are presently.
Printed Electronics World
May 4, 2011
New pixel technology for next generation of consumer electronics

New pixel technology for next generation of consumer electronics

The technology that makes your smart phone's display screen fast, bright and lightweight could be coming to your television or laptop, thanks to a new type of light emitting transistor created by University of Florida researchers.
Printed Electronics World
May 4, 2011
More pressure for aircraft electrification

More pressure for aircraft electrification

Small pure electric aircraft take off, fly and land almost silently and now the Polytechnic University of Turin is figuring out how large feeder aircraft can at least land silently in all electric mode without waking local residents at night.
Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2011
Spintronics: Hitting the wall

Spintronics: Hitting the wall

Experimental evidence of intrinsic pinning of magnetic domain walls will aid the development of next-generation memories.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2011
AGC develops world's thinnest sheet float glass at just 0.1 mm

AGC develops world's thinnest sheet float glass at just 0.1 mm

AGC announced that it has developed ultra-thin sheet glass manufactured using the float process, measuring just 0.1 mm, roughly the thinness of a sheet of paper.
Printed Electronics World
May 16, 2011
Swiss cheese design for Micromorph solar cells

Swiss cheese design for Micromorph solar cells

'Swiss cheese' design enables thin film silicon solar cells with potential for higher efficiencies
Printed Electronics World
May 13, 2011
Pentagonal tiles pave the way towards organic electronics

Pentagonal tiles pave the way towards organic electronics

New research paves way for next generation of ultra-small electronic devices.
Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2011
Thinfilm receives engineering orders for prototypes

Thinfilm receives engineering orders for prototypes

Thin Film Electronics ASA have received and accepted two engineering orders from leading toy manufacturers.
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2011
Polychem UV/EB New Patterning Methods

Polychem UV/EB New Patterning Methods

Polychem UV/EB International Corp. announced that they have developed new patterning methods for low-viscosity transparent conductive polymer coatings, Aims to Replace Expensive ITO Films.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2011
Moving to low dimensional structures for thermoelectric harvesting

Moving to low dimensional structures for thermoelectric harvesting

Dr Jeremy Watling from the University of Glasgow recently presented at the "Intelligent Harvesting Workshop" in London, covering their progress with Thermoelectric Energy Harvesters.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics announces OLED distribution agreement with Sanyo

Plextronics announces OLED distribution agreement with Sanyo

Plextronics, Inc. announced today that the Company has signed an OLED lighting distribution agreement with Sanyo Chemical Industries, Ltd. Under the terms of the agreement, Sanyo will distribute select Plexcore® OC inks developed specifically for use in OLED lighting applications in the Japanese market.
Printed Electronics World
May 6, 2011
CDT agreement with ONDL

CDT agreement with ONDL

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Organic Nano Device Laboratory (ONDL) is recognised worldwide for its innovative research in P-OLED and organic semiconductors.
Printed Electronics World
May 4, 2011
New pixel technology for next generation of consumer electronics

New pixel technology for next generation of consumer electronics

The technology that makes your smart phone's display screen fast, bright and lightweight could be coming to your television or laptop, thanks to a new type of light emitting transistor created by University of Florida researchers.
Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2011
Antarctica's ice puts electric vehicles to test

Antarctica's ice puts electric vehicles to test

The punishment your car endures on a cold winter commute pales in comparison to the veritable torture that researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are inflicting on two electric utility research vehicles — all in the name of science.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2011
San Francisco International Airport free charging

San Francisco International Airport free charging

San Francisco is among the cities which are leaders in the movement to scale up electric car adoption in the US
External Company Press Release
Teknek introduces high performance solution for cleaning thin film

Teknek introduces high performance solution for cleaning thin film

The problem of cleaning thin films has been solved by Teknek, the global leader in contact cleaning technology, with the introduction of the Ultracleen range of cleaning roller.
Printed Electronics World
May 13, 2011
Military, Security and Police Electric Vehicles

Military, Security and Police Electric Vehicles

This article shares some of the research carried out for the new IDTechEx report "Electric Vehicles Military, Security, Police 2011-2021". Electric vehicles are appearing for military, security and police purposes that are on land, on and in the sea and airborne.
Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2011
Intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles

Intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles

Two forthcoming events in Germany reflect the intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles. Energy Harvesting Europe 21-22 June covers many forms of harvesting for other applications as well and drills into the technology, investment and other aspects of harvesting in general. On the other hand Electric Vehicles Land Sea Air in Stuttgart 28-29 June is entirely vehicle oriented.
Printed Electronics World
May 10, 2011
Thinfilm phones could make current smartphones obsolete in 5 to 10 yrs

Thinfilm phones could make current smartphones obsolete in 5 to 10 yrs

Queen's University's Roel Vertegaal predicts that thinfilm phones will make current smartphones obsolete in 5 to 10 years.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2011
Improvement in electrical conductivity of polymeric composites

Improvement in electrical conductivity of polymeric composites

Physicists at the University of Luxembourg have developed a new method to improve the electrical conductivity of polymeric composites.
Printed Electronics World
May 6, 2011
Comprehensive line-up for Electric Vehicles Land, Sea & Air

Comprehensive line-up for Electric Vehicles Land, Sea & Air

Analysts IDTechEx have added a number of carefully chosen best-in-class speakers to the lineup for their unique event that covers the whole subject for the first time. There are six on-road vehicle manufacturers plus two companies involved in off-road electric vehicles. Six organisations describe electric aircraft work and four speakers cover their inland and seagoing electric boats.
Printed Electronics World
May 5, 2011
Magnetic nanobead technology could result in better biosensors

Magnetic nanobead technology could result in better biosensors

According to scientists from Oregon State University (OSU), the use of such particles in chemical detection systems could make those systems much smaller, faster, cheaper to produce, and more accurate than they are presently.
Printed Electronics World
May 4, 2011
More pressure for aircraft electrification

More pressure for aircraft electrification

Small pure electric aircraft take off, fly and land almost silently and now the Polytechnic University of Turin is figuring out how large feeder aircraft can at least land silently in all electric mode without waking local residents at night.
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