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Printed Electronics World
Oct 9, 2007
Portugal Backs All Forms of New Transistor

Portugal Backs All Forms of New Transistor

Many institutions in Portugal are exploring inorganic, organic and composite thin film transistors and even their potential biological interfaces.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2007
IDTechEx moves HQ to U.S., Appoints Director in Germany

IDTechEx moves HQ to U.S., Appoints Director in Germany

Trusted independent printed electronics and RFID consultancy moves global HQ to U.S. and appoints new German based director.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2007
Ubiquitous Sensor Networks Event in Korea

Ubiquitous Sensor Networks Event in Korea

The millions to billions of tags involved in the Ubiquitous Sensor Networks often have RFID and power sources and be made by printing to achieve the necessary very low cost.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2007
Five Star Technologies Introduces New Line of Conductive Pastes

Five Star Technologies Introduces New Line of Conductive Pastes

Five Star says the ElectroSperse pastes deliver the same uniform particle size and consistent rheology seen in Five Star dispersions, enabling customers to print fine features consistently and economically.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 5, 2007
New Geographic and Technological Trends in Printed Electronics

New Geographic and Technological Trends in Printed Electronics

There is a much more balanced situation across the world when it comes to development and production of printed electronic and electric devices.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 4, 2007
Organic and Large Area Electronics - A European Commission Meeting

Organic and Large Area Electronics - A European Commission Meeting

The European Commission holds its second working session on organic and large area electronics to direct EC funding efficiently, creating a major new European industry.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 3, 2007
Widening Interest in Printing Vertical Transistors

Widening Interest in Printing Vertical Transistors

Chiba University has been working with DaiNippon Printing to progress aspects for flexible displays and here we share some of their slides presented at the IDTechEx Smart Labels Asia conference
Printed Electronics World
Oct 3, 2007
Is 20% Efficiency Possible for Organic Photovoltaics?

Is 20% Efficiency Possible for Organic Photovoltaics?

Plextronics has a detailed technical program for step by step improvement of the compounds used, with every prospect of getting to 10% efficiency before many years have passed.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 2, 2007
MIT Develop Smart Paper

MIT Develop Smart Paper

MIT researchers are developing technology that could be used to make paper embedded with wires, sensors, and computer chips, creating what they call "pulp-based" computing.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 1, 2007
Digital Fabrication Alaska

Digital Fabrication Alaska

Alan Hodgson follows up with his report on the Digital Fabrication conference held in Alaska, 16-21 September 2007.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2007
Plastic Logic Make New Appointments

Plastic Logic Make New Appointments

Konrad Herre's appointment marks a decisive step in the intensive build up of Plastic Logic's German subsidiary.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 27, 2007
Global Comparison of Lighting Efficiency Made Possible

Global Comparison of Lighting Efficiency Made Possible

The OLLA project delivered in May this year, OLEDs with an efficacy of 25 lm per Watt, which is twice as efficient as a standard incandescent lamp.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 26, 2007
Drug Anticounterfeiting by RFID

Drug Anticounterfeiting by RFID

It was sad that the Food and Drug Administration backed off from urgently pushing through standards and rapid adoption of RFID at item level on drugs, after its earlier firm lead in 2005-6. However, its recommendation remains but with industry left to set the pace.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2007
Improved Smart Blisterpacks Announced

Improved Smart Blisterpacks Announced

At the IDTechEx conference, RFID Europe in Cambridge, UK, 18-19 September, both Cypak of Sweden and Jos Geboers of The Compliers Group of the Netherlands announced improved smart blisterpacks that record which pills are removed when and have RFID for identifying the patient.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2007
Printed Electronics and Devices Alaska

Printed Electronics and Devices Alaska

A report from the part of IS&T's Digital Fabrication conference, concerned with
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2007
New Attitudes to UHF Revealed in Tokyo and Cambridge UK

New Attitudes to UHF Revealed in Tokyo and Cambridge UK

At the IDTechEx conferences Printed Electronics in Asia 11-12 September and RFID Europe in Cambridge UK 18-19 September it was clear that attitudes to UHF RFID are changing.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2007
Major Breakthroughs Open the Way to Highest Volume RFID

Major Breakthroughs Open the Way to Highest Volume RFID

Printed Electronics World
Sep 23, 2007
Inaugural IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia Event is a Sell-Out

Inaugural IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia Event is a Sell-Out

Over 180 attendees from 12 countries came to the first IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia conference and exhibition. The majority of delegates were from Japan, with many surprise attendances from major Japanese institutions getting involved in this exciting new topic.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 21, 2007
New Organisations Rush to Print Compound Inorganic Transistors

New Organisations Rush to Print Compound Inorganic Transistors

Printed Electronics World
Sep 20, 2007
Advances in Stretchable Electronics

Advances in Stretchable Electronics

Stretchability is needed in electronics if it is to be foldable, tightly conformal or following the form of something that changes in shape, like the human body.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 9, 2007
Portugal Backs All Forms of New Transistor

Portugal Backs All Forms of New Transistor

Many institutions in Portugal are exploring inorganic, organic and composite thin film transistors and even their potential biological interfaces.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2007
Ubiquitous Sensor Networks Event in Korea

Ubiquitous Sensor Networks Event in Korea

The millions to billions of tags involved in the Ubiquitous Sensor Networks often have RFID and power sources and be made by printing to achieve the necessary very low cost.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 5, 2007
New Geographic and Technological Trends in Printed Electronics

New Geographic and Technological Trends in Printed Electronics

There is a much more balanced situation across the world when it comes to development and production of printed electronic and electric devices.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 3, 2007
Widening Interest in Printing Vertical Transistors

Widening Interest in Printing Vertical Transistors

Chiba University has been working with DaiNippon Printing to progress aspects for flexible displays and here we share some of their slides presented at the IDTechEx Smart Labels Asia conference
Printed Electronics World
Oct 2, 2007
MIT Develop Smart Paper

MIT Develop Smart Paper

MIT researchers are developing technology that could be used to make paper embedded with wires, sensors, and computer chips, creating what they call "pulp-based" computing.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2007
Plastic Logic Make New Appointments

Plastic Logic Make New Appointments

Konrad Herre's appointment marks a decisive step in the intensive build up of Plastic Logic's German subsidiary.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 26, 2007
Drug Anticounterfeiting by RFID

Drug Anticounterfeiting by RFID

It was sad that the Food and Drug Administration backed off from urgently pushing through standards and rapid adoption of RFID at item level on drugs, after its earlier firm lead in 2005-6. However, its recommendation remains but with industry left to set the pace.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2007
Printed Electronics and Devices Alaska

Printed Electronics and Devices Alaska

A report from the part of IS&T's Digital Fabrication conference, concerned with
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2007
Major Breakthroughs Open the Way to Highest Volume RFID

Major Breakthroughs Open the Way to Highest Volume RFID

Printed Electronics World
Sep 21, 2007
New Organisations Rush to Print Compound Inorganic Transistors

New Organisations Rush to Print Compound Inorganic Transistors

Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2007
IDTechEx moves HQ to U.S., Appoints Director in Germany

IDTechEx moves HQ to U.S., Appoints Director in Germany

Trusted independent printed electronics and RFID consultancy moves global HQ to U.S. and appoints new German based director.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2007
Five Star Technologies Introduces New Line of Conductive Pastes

Five Star Technologies Introduces New Line of Conductive Pastes

Five Star says the ElectroSperse pastes deliver the same uniform particle size and consistent rheology seen in Five Star dispersions, enabling customers to print fine features consistently and economically.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 4, 2007
Organic and Large Area Electronics - A European Commission Meeting

Organic and Large Area Electronics - A European Commission Meeting

The European Commission holds its second working session on organic and large area electronics to direct EC funding efficiently, creating a major new European industry.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 3, 2007
Is 20% Efficiency Possible for Organic Photovoltaics?

Is 20% Efficiency Possible for Organic Photovoltaics?

Plextronics has a detailed technical program for step by step improvement of the compounds used, with every prospect of getting to 10% efficiency before many years have passed.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 1, 2007
Digital Fabrication Alaska

Digital Fabrication Alaska

Alan Hodgson follows up with his report on the Digital Fabrication conference held in Alaska, 16-21 September 2007.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 27, 2007
Global Comparison of Lighting Efficiency Made Possible

Global Comparison of Lighting Efficiency Made Possible

The OLLA project delivered in May this year, OLEDs with an efficacy of 25 lm per Watt, which is twice as efficient as a standard incandescent lamp.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2007
Improved Smart Blisterpacks Announced

Improved Smart Blisterpacks Announced

At the IDTechEx conference, RFID Europe in Cambridge, UK, 18-19 September, both Cypak of Sweden and Jos Geboers of The Compliers Group of the Netherlands announced improved smart blisterpacks that record which pills are removed when and have RFID for identifying the patient.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2007
New Attitudes to UHF Revealed in Tokyo and Cambridge UK

New Attitudes to UHF Revealed in Tokyo and Cambridge UK

At the IDTechEx conferences Printed Electronics in Asia 11-12 September and RFID Europe in Cambridge UK 18-19 September it was clear that attitudes to UHF RFID are changing.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 23, 2007
Inaugural IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia Event is a Sell-Out

Inaugural IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia Event is a Sell-Out

Over 180 attendees from 12 countries came to the first IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia conference and exhibition. The majority of delegates were from Japan, with many surprise attendances from major Japanese institutions getting involved in this exciting new topic.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 20, 2007
Advances in Stretchable Electronics

Advances in Stretchable Electronics

Stretchability is needed in electronics if it is to be foldable, tightly conformal or following the form of something that changes in shape, like the human body.
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