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Printed Electronics World
Jan 2, 2008
Orders received for US Advantage II Extrusion Coating System

Orders received for US Advantage II Extrusion Coating System

NexTech FAS, have announced that a leading organic light-emitting diode (OLED) process development company has placed multiple orders for its Advantage II Extrusion Coating system to be integrated into an R&D line for development of OLED displays.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2008
Enfucell Finland strengthens printed battery team

Enfucell Finland strengthens printed battery team

With Juha, Enfucell gains strong international business and technology know-how necessary to become a global firm, says Enfucell Chairman Dr. Jussi Suomela.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2007
UK - Smart bra to diagnose breast cancer may be available in 2 years

UK - Smart bra to diagnose breast cancer may be available in 2 years

Women may soon be able to self diagnose breast cancer with the help of a smart bra which is being developed by researchers at the Centre for Materials Research and Innovation (CMRI) at the University of Bolton, UK.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2007
Japanese electronics makers announce alliance in flat panel displays

Japanese electronics makers announce alliance in flat panel displays

Japanese electronics makers Matsushita Electric Industrial Co, Hitachi Ltd, and Canon Inc announced an alliance in flat panel displays on Tuesday.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 27, 2007
Transparent OLED sets a new record in US laboratory

Transparent OLED sets a new record in US laboratory

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors has developed a transparent white OLED with outstanding performance.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 24, 2007
Luxury Phosphor watch uses US E Ink display

Luxury Phosphor watch uses US E Ink display

A dual Analog-Digital wristwatch using E Ink's electronic paper display technology was recently launched by Art Technology, Hong Kong.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 21, 2007
UK Physicists use plastics to detect radiation

UK Physicists use plastics to detect radiation

In applications ranging from hospital X-ray machines to instruments for astronomy, the standard way to measure the dose of radiation is to use a detector made from an inorganic semiconductor, such as silicon.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 20, 2007
Piezoelectric paint in Finland

Piezoelectric paint in Finland

Printed Electronics World
Dec 19, 2007
The future of OLED displays

The future of OLED displays

Over time we may see OLED technology make a major impact in the electronics industry.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2007
Berkeley Lab, USA create the smallest radio ever made

Berkeley Lab, USA create the smallest radio ever made

The first fully functional radio from a single carbon nanotube has been created by a team of researchers with the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) making it the smallest radio ever made.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 17, 2007
Gel that changes color on demand, USA

Gel that changes color on demand, USA

MIT, USA researchers have created a new structured gel that can rapidly change color in response to a variety of stimuli, and could be used as an environmental sensor at food processing plants, where the sensor could indicate whether food that must remain dry has been overly exposed to humidity.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 14, 2007
Cost-effective production of large-area OLED displays Japan-US

Cost-effective production of large-area OLED displays Japan-US

Seiko Epson Corporation, Japan reported on a joint paper with Universal Display Corporation, USA last week at the IDW Conference in Sapporo, Japan, significant progress in the development of P²OLED™ printable, phosphorescent OLED materials for use with solution-based manufacturing processes.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 13, 2007
Digital plaster with printed battery UK

Digital plaster with printed battery UK

Healthcare information systems in use today were mainly designed to manage acute illness, such as infections and injury, making them ill-equipped to cope with the growing requirement for pervasive monitoring of long-term conditions.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 12, 2007
Aveso launches primero 6|7 flexible display module and development kit

Aveso launches primero 6|7 flexible display module and development kit

Aveso, Inc., the leading provider of flexible displays for high-volume, cost-sensitive applications, has announced the commercial launch of its Primero™ line of flexible numeric display modules.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 11, 2007
Polymer Vision pioneers world's first production of rollable displays

Polymer Vision pioneers world's first production of rollable displays

Polymer Vision, a spin out of Royal Philips Electronics, announced first production level rollable electrophoretic displays from its recently acquired manufacturing facility, Polymer Vision (UK) Ltd in Southampton, England - previously owned by Southampton University and called Innos.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 10, 2007
Clemson University US announces printed electronics initiatives

Clemson University US announces printed electronics initiatives

The accelerating and constantly changing industry of Printed Electronics is estimated to be worth 100-300 billion dollars in 15 years forecast Clemson University, USA.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 7, 2007
Printed electronics for active RFID and RTLS

Printed electronics for active RFID and RTLS

IDTechEx look at aspects relevant to printed electronics from the Active RFID and Real Time Locating Systems RTLS conference.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 6, 2007
RFID is Poised for Change

RFID is Poised for Change

The prosperous RFID business is on track to grow from about $5 billion in 2007 today to over $25 billion in 2017. Without collusion, most analysts agree to figures in that region and several of them see huge volumes of extremely low cost tags forming a part of the growth - even hundreds of billions in ten years from now. This seems to sit awkwardly with some press reporting that RFID retail initiatives have stalled. As one of those analysts, let IDTechEx explain.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 6, 2007
Sony Japan launches world's first OLED TV

Sony Japan launches world's first OLED TV

Sony launched in Japan last week the world's first OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TV, "XEL-1".
Printed Electronics World
Dec 4, 2007
A step closer to ultra low-cost disposable printed organic RFID tags

A step closer to ultra low-cost disposable printed organic RFID tags

Organic materials are of great interest for electronics applications, as they have many advantages over their inorganic counterparts.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 2, 2008
Orders received for US Advantage II Extrusion Coating System

Orders received for US Advantage II Extrusion Coating System

NexTech FAS, have announced that a leading organic light-emitting diode (OLED) process development company has placed multiple orders for its Advantage II Extrusion Coating system to be integrated into an R&D line for development of OLED displays.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2007
UK - Smart bra to diagnose breast cancer may be available in 2 years

UK - Smart bra to diagnose breast cancer may be available in 2 years

Women may soon be able to self diagnose breast cancer with the help of a smart bra which is being developed by researchers at the Centre for Materials Research and Innovation (CMRI) at the University of Bolton, UK.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 27, 2007
Transparent OLED sets a new record in US laboratory

Transparent OLED sets a new record in US laboratory

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors has developed a transparent white OLED with outstanding performance.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 21, 2007
UK Physicists use plastics to detect radiation

UK Physicists use plastics to detect radiation

In applications ranging from hospital X-ray machines to instruments for astronomy, the standard way to measure the dose of radiation is to use a detector made from an inorganic semiconductor, such as silicon.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 19, 2007
The future of OLED displays

The future of OLED displays

Over time we may see OLED technology make a major impact in the electronics industry.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 17, 2007
Gel that changes color on demand, USA

Gel that changes color on demand, USA

MIT, USA researchers have created a new structured gel that can rapidly change color in response to a variety of stimuli, and could be used as an environmental sensor at food processing plants, where the sensor could indicate whether food that must remain dry has been overly exposed to humidity.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 13, 2007
Digital plaster with printed battery UK

Digital plaster with printed battery UK

Healthcare information systems in use today were mainly designed to manage acute illness, such as infections and injury, making them ill-equipped to cope with the growing requirement for pervasive monitoring of long-term conditions.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 11, 2007
Polymer Vision pioneers world's first production of rollable displays

Polymer Vision pioneers world's first production of rollable displays

Polymer Vision, a spin out of Royal Philips Electronics, announced first production level rollable electrophoretic displays from its recently acquired manufacturing facility, Polymer Vision (UK) Ltd in Southampton, England - previously owned by Southampton University and called Innos.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 7, 2007
Printed electronics for active RFID and RTLS

Printed electronics for active RFID and RTLS

IDTechEx look at aspects relevant to printed electronics from the Active RFID and Real Time Locating Systems RTLS conference.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 6, 2007
Sony Japan launches world's first OLED TV

Sony Japan launches world's first OLED TV

Sony launched in Japan last week the world's first OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TV, "XEL-1".
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2008
Enfucell Finland strengthens printed battery team

Enfucell Finland strengthens printed battery team

With Juha, Enfucell gains strong international business and technology know-how necessary to become a global firm, says Enfucell Chairman Dr. Jussi Suomela.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2007
Japanese electronics makers announce alliance in flat panel displays

Japanese electronics makers announce alliance in flat panel displays

Japanese electronics makers Matsushita Electric Industrial Co, Hitachi Ltd, and Canon Inc announced an alliance in flat panel displays on Tuesday.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 24, 2007
Luxury Phosphor watch uses US E Ink display

Luxury Phosphor watch uses US E Ink display

A dual Analog-Digital wristwatch using E Ink's electronic paper display technology was recently launched by Art Technology, Hong Kong.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 20, 2007
Piezoelectric paint in Finland

Piezoelectric paint in Finland

Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2007
Berkeley Lab, USA create the smallest radio ever made

Berkeley Lab, USA create the smallest radio ever made

The first fully functional radio from a single carbon nanotube has been created by a team of researchers with the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) making it the smallest radio ever made.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 14, 2007
Cost-effective production of large-area OLED displays Japan-US

Cost-effective production of large-area OLED displays Japan-US

Seiko Epson Corporation, Japan reported on a joint paper with Universal Display Corporation, USA last week at the IDW Conference in Sapporo, Japan, significant progress in the development of P²OLED™ printable, phosphorescent OLED materials for use with solution-based manufacturing processes.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 12, 2007
Aveso launches primero 6|7 flexible display module and development kit

Aveso launches primero 6|7 flexible display module and development kit

Aveso, Inc., the leading provider of flexible displays for high-volume, cost-sensitive applications, has announced the commercial launch of its Primero™ line of flexible numeric display modules.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 10, 2007
Clemson University US announces printed electronics initiatives

Clemson University US announces printed electronics initiatives

The accelerating and constantly changing industry of Printed Electronics is estimated to be worth 100-300 billion dollars in 15 years forecast Clemson University, USA.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 6, 2007
RFID is Poised for Change

RFID is Poised for Change

The prosperous RFID business is on track to grow from about $5 billion in 2007 today to over $25 billion in 2017. Without collusion, most analysts agree to figures in that region and several of them see huge volumes of extremely low cost tags forming a part of the growth - even hundreds of billions in ten years from now. This seems to sit awkwardly with some press reporting that RFID retail initiatives have stalled. As one of those analysts, let IDTechEx explain.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 4, 2007
A step closer to ultra low-cost disposable printed organic RFID tags

A step closer to ultra low-cost disposable printed organic RFID tags

Organic materials are of great interest for electronics applications, as they have many advantages over their inorganic counterparts.
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