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Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2012
Copper-nickel nanowires could be perfect fit for printable electronics

Copper-nickel nanowires could be perfect fit for printable electronics

Copper-nickel nanowires stay shiny, unlike old pennies, making them better for printed electronics & display screens. Copper-nickel nanowires stay shiny, unlike old pennies, making them better for printed electronics & display screens.
Printed Electronics World
May 30, 2012
First major application for dye-sensitised photo-electric cells

First major application for dye-sensitised photo-electric cells

The world's first light-powered tablet keyboard folio.
Printed Electronics World
May 29, 2012
Conductive ink market to grow to $3.36 Billion in 2018

Conductive ink market to grow to $3.36 Billion in 2018

Conductive inks are a simple and unglamorous layer but they will constitute a hefty $2.86 billion market in 2012.
Printed Electronics World
May 25, 2012
Production of low-defect single-walled carbon nanotubes

Production of low-defect single-walled carbon nanotubes

Researchers at the Fraunhofer IWS Dresden inexpensively produce single-walled carbon nanotubes for industrial applications using a process that is worldwide unique.
Printed Electronics World
May 23, 2012
Electronics on paper, plastic and textiles

Electronics on paper, plastic and textiles

The PEC4 cluster has been created to bring together the actors involved in printed electronics and promote research, development and specialised training.
Printed Electronics World
May 22, 2012
Samsung Electronics presents a new graphene device structure

Samsung Electronics presents a new graphene device structure

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, the core R&D incubator for Samsung Electronics, has developed a new transistor structure utilizing graphene, touted as the "miracle material."
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2012
Peratech creates fast-acting Electronic Nose using QTC technology

Peratech creates fast-acting Electronic Nose using QTC technology

QTC™ materials change their resistance when a force is applied and, in this case, the polymer content of the composite swells when exposed to VOCs.
External Company Press Release
G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

Following an extensive review by the expert judging panel, the award was given to G24i for the launch of the most valuable new energy harvesting product in the last 24 months, based on a criteria which included technical development of the product, its market potential and benefits it brings over alternative solutions in the market.
External Company Press Release
G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

G24 Innovations (G24i), the manufacturer of next-generation Dye Sensitized Photo Electric Cells, has been awarded the prestigious IDTechEx prize for the 2012 Best Technical Development of an Energy Harvesting Device at the Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2012 conference and exhibition.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2012
Bridgestone withdraw from electronic paper business

Bridgestone withdraw from electronic paper business

Bridgestone Corporation plans to withdraw from electronic paper business.
Printed Electronics World
May 15, 2012
The Clean4Yield project

The Clean4Yield project

The Clean4Yield project will work to develop new technologies capable of inspecting moving foils for micro- and nanoscale dust particles and defects, and for cleaning / repairing layers as necessary.
External Company Press Release
Intrinsiq Materials new CP-002 low cost copper screen print paste

Intrinsiq Materials new CP-002 low cost copper screen print paste

Intrinsiq CP-002 a novel 85wt% copper screen print paste formulation.
Printed Electronics World
May 14, 2012
Nanotube technology leading to fast, lower-cost medical diagnostics

Nanotube technology leading to fast, lower-cost medical diagnostics

Researchers at Oregon State University have tapped into the extraordinary power of carbon "nanotubes" to increase the speed of biological sensors, a technology that might one day allow a doctor to routinely perform lab tests in minutes, speeding diagnosis and treatment while reducing costs.
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2012
Et Tu Barclé?

Et Tu Barclé?

Be it betrayal or euthanasia, Clinton Card's demise was due to a dearth of innovation, however the intrigues of the trio Barclays, Lloyds and American Greetings remain a mystery. What we do know is that Clinton has failed where many thrive - not least MoonPig®, Card Factory® and American Greetings®.
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2012
Paper with good sound quality

Paper with good sound quality

At drupa print media fair, the Institute for Print and Media Technology of Chemnitz University of Technology presents printed loudspeakers on paper substrate and a solar tree with printed solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
May 10, 2012
NovaCentrix launches new PulseForge

NovaCentrix launches new PulseForge

The new PulseForge variant offers increased production speeds and decreased consumables cost in comparison to the other PulseForge tools, which already lead the industry. Additionally, the new X2 variant optimizes the high-speed drying capabilities of the PulseForge tools.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2012
Cambridge NanoTech Joins Center for Organic Photonics & Electronics

Cambridge NanoTech Joins Center for Organic Photonics & Electronics

Cambridge NanoTech delivers ALD systems capable of depositing ultra-thin films that are used in a wide variety of research and industrial applications.
Printed Electronics World
May 8, 2012
eMagin's follow-on OLED order for U.S. Army Remote Viewer Program

eMagin's follow-on OLED order for U.S. Army Remote Viewer Program

Deliveries under the original contract began in 2009 and are expected to continue into 2013.
Printed Electronics World
May 7, 2012
UK research brings quantum computing closer to reality

UK research brings quantum computing closer to reality

The UK-USF team showed that a flat sheet of pure carbon only one atom thick, called graphene, can be suitably engineered and used for this purpose when combined with atoms of the metallic element cobalt.
Printed Electronics World
May 4, 2012
New laboratories dedicated to micro and organic electronics

New laboratories dedicated to micro and organic electronics

Arkema and CEA are to extend their existing collaboration in photovoltaics to the field of micro-electronics and organic electronics by setting up two joint research laboratories.
Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2012
Copper-nickel nanowires could be perfect fit for printable electronics

Copper-nickel nanowires could be perfect fit for printable electronics

Copper-nickel nanowires stay shiny, unlike old pennies, making them better for printed electronics & display screens. Copper-nickel nanowires stay shiny, unlike old pennies, making them better for printed electronics & display screens.
Printed Electronics World
May 29, 2012
Conductive ink market to grow to $3.36 Billion in 2018

Conductive ink market to grow to $3.36 Billion in 2018

Conductive inks are a simple and unglamorous layer but they will constitute a hefty $2.86 billion market in 2012.
Printed Electronics World
May 23, 2012
Electronics on paper, plastic and textiles

Electronics on paper, plastic and textiles

The PEC4 cluster has been created to bring together the actors involved in printed electronics and promote research, development and specialised training.
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2012
Peratech creates fast-acting Electronic Nose using QTC technology

Peratech creates fast-acting Electronic Nose using QTC technology

QTC™ materials change their resistance when a force is applied and, in this case, the polymer content of the composite swells when exposed to VOCs.
External Company Press Release
G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

G24 Innovations (G24i), the manufacturer of next-generation Dye Sensitized Photo Electric Cells, has been awarded the prestigious IDTechEx prize for the 2012 Best Technical Development of an Energy Harvesting Device at the Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2012 conference and exhibition.
Printed Electronics World
May 15, 2012
The Clean4Yield project

The Clean4Yield project

The Clean4Yield project will work to develop new technologies capable of inspecting moving foils for micro- and nanoscale dust particles and defects, and for cleaning / repairing layers as necessary.
Printed Electronics World
May 14, 2012
Nanotube technology leading to fast, lower-cost medical diagnostics

Nanotube technology leading to fast, lower-cost medical diagnostics

Researchers at Oregon State University have tapped into the extraordinary power of carbon "nanotubes" to increase the speed of biological sensors, a technology that might one day allow a doctor to routinely perform lab tests in minutes, speeding diagnosis and treatment while reducing costs.
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2012
Paper with good sound quality

Paper with good sound quality

At drupa print media fair, the Institute for Print and Media Technology of Chemnitz University of Technology presents printed loudspeakers on paper substrate and a solar tree with printed solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2012
Cambridge NanoTech Joins Center for Organic Photonics & Electronics

Cambridge NanoTech Joins Center for Organic Photonics & Electronics

Cambridge NanoTech delivers ALD systems capable of depositing ultra-thin films that are used in a wide variety of research and industrial applications.
Printed Electronics World
May 7, 2012
UK research brings quantum computing closer to reality

UK research brings quantum computing closer to reality

The UK-USF team showed that a flat sheet of pure carbon only one atom thick, called graphene, can be suitably engineered and used for this purpose when combined with atoms of the metallic element cobalt.
Printed Electronics World
May 30, 2012
First major application for dye-sensitised photo-electric cells

First major application for dye-sensitised photo-electric cells

The world's first light-powered tablet keyboard folio.
Printed Electronics World
May 25, 2012
Production of low-defect single-walled carbon nanotubes

Production of low-defect single-walled carbon nanotubes

Researchers at the Fraunhofer IWS Dresden inexpensively produce single-walled carbon nanotubes for industrial applications using a process that is worldwide unique.
Printed Electronics World
May 22, 2012
Samsung Electronics presents a new graphene device structure

Samsung Electronics presents a new graphene device structure

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, the core R&D incubator for Samsung Electronics, has developed a new transistor structure utilizing graphene, touted as the "miracle material."
External Company Press Release
G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

G24 Innovations Energy Harvesting Device wins 2012 IDTechEx award

Following an extensive review by the expert judging panel, the award was given to G24i for the launch of the most valuable new energy harvesting product in the last 24 months, based on a criteria which included technical development of the product, its market potential and benefits it brings over alternative solutions in the market.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2012
Bridgestone withdraw from electronic paper business

Bridgestone withdraw from electronic paper business

Bridgestone Corporation plans to withdraw from electronic paper business.
External Company Press Release
Intrinsiq Materials new CP-002 low cost copper screen print paste

Intrinsiq Materials new CP-002 low cost copper screen print paste

Intrinsiq CP-002 a novel 85wt% copper screen print paste formulation.
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2012
Et Tu Barclé?

Et Tu Barclé?

Be it betrayal or euthanasia, Clinton Card's demise was due to a dearth of innovation, however the intrigues of the trio Barclays, Lloyds and American Greetings remain a mystery. What we do know is that Clinton has failed where many thrive - not least MoonPig®, Card Factory® and American Greetings®.
Printed Electronics World
May 10, 2012
NovaCentrix launches new PulseForge

NovaCentrix launches new PulseForge

The new PulseForge variant offers increased production speeds and decreased consumables cost in comparison to the other PulseForge tools, which already lead the industry. Additionally, the new X2 variant optimizes the high-speed drying capabilities of the PulseForge tools.
Printed Electronics World
May 8, 2012
eMagin's follow-on OLED order for U.S. Army Remote Viewer Program

eMagin's follow-on OLED order for U.S. Army Remote Viewer Program

Deliveries under the original contract began in 2009 and are expected to continue into 2013.
Printed Electronics World
May 4, 2012
New laboratories dedicated to micro and organic electronics

New laboratories dedicated to micro and organic electronics

Arkema and CEA are to extend their existing collaboration in photovoltaics to the field of micro-electronics and organic electronics by setting up two joint research laboratories.
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