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Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2015
Polyera launch flexible display product

Polyera launch flexible display product

Over the last 18 months IDTechEx has reported in Printed Electronics World and at our events on the repositioning of companies moving from a component supply proposition to actually building products.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2015
Webinar Thursday 3 Sept: Introduction to Thermal Interface Materials

Webinar Thursday 3 Sept: Introduction to Thermal Interface Materials

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Thursday 3 September 2015.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Diversification challenges in the haptics industry

Diversification challenges in the haptics industry

The growth of handheld devices in consumer electronics has enabled fast growth in the haptics industry. With billions of units sold, global reach and near ubiquitous adoption in devices like smartphones, many companies have targeted this space as having key growth potential. However, rapid commoditization led by China has left a graveyard of haptics operations across the West, Japan and Korea, so staying ahead of this curve is crucial. Our slides here summaries our latest research on haptics technologies and markets.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 17, 2015
Study explores nanoscale structure of thin films

Study explores nanoscale structure of thin films

The world's newest and brightest synchrotron light source has produced one of the first publications resulting from work done during the facility's science commissioning phase.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 14, 2015
3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping and Industrial Design

3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping and Industrial Design

Video interview with Delektre at 3D Printing Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 13, 2015
Agfa: Integrating Nano Silver Printed Electronics in Cars

Agfa: Integrating Nano Silver Printed Electronics in Cars

Video interview with Agfa at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 13, 2015
Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?

Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?

Researchers recently discovered that paper made of cellulose fibers is tougher and stronger the smaller the fibers get.
External Company Press Release
Award,  thermally conductive gel for advanced semiconductor packaging

Award, thermally conductive gel for advanced semiconductor packaging

Dow Corning has announced that it garnered a 2015 3D InCites Award for new Dow Corning® TC-3040 Thermally Conductive Gel, a silicone-based thermal interface material designed to manage heat and support reliable performance for advanced semiconductor flip chip applications.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 12, 2015
New battlegrounds emerge for conductive inks and pastes

New battlegrounds emerge for conductive inks and pastes

Core applications of PV and touch panels continue to grow demand, but new opportunities emerge in the form of wearable technology, circuit boards and structural electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 12, 2015
He who does not print, vacuum coats

He who does not print, vacuum coats

Atmospheric vs. vacuum deposition in the flexible electronics era.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 11, 2015
Conductive Patterns Printed on Textiles using Printed Electronics

Conductive Patterns Printed on Textiles using Printed Electronics

Video Interview with NovaCentrix at Printed Electronics Europe.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Emerging haptics find their niches

Emerging haptics find their niches

The industry around haptic actuators has encountered some significant challenges and changes in the last five years. However, the silver lining begins to shine through as emerging haptics find their niches. James Hayward summarises the findings from the latest IDTechEx Research report.
External Company Press Release
Cambridge Nanotherm make the finals of the 2015 R&D 100 Awards

Cambridge Nanotherm make the finals of the 2015 R&D 100 Awards

Cambridge Nanotherm has been named as a finalist in the R&D 100 Awards, otherwise known as the "Oscars of Invention".
Printed Electronics World
Aug 10, 2015
Boxfish shell inspires new materials for flexible electronics

Boxfish shell inspires new materials for flexible electronics

Engineers describe how the structure of the boxfish could serve as inspiration for body armor, robots and even flexible electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 10, 2015
PCB prototyping evolves with a new wave of electronics printers

PCB prototyping evolves with a new wave of electronics printers

A new wave of printers targeting printed circuit boards are enabling rapid, local prototyping while protecting company IP, finds IDTechEx Research.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 7, 2015
Superfast fluorescence sets new speed record

Superfast fluorescence sets new speed record

Researchers have developed an ultrafast light-emitting device that can flip on and off 90 billion times a second and could form the basis of optical computing.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 7, 2015
Plans to develop 3D-printed graphene batteries

Plans to develop 3D-printed graphene batteries

Longer-lasting batteries could be 3D printed from graphene ink to tackle rising demand for energy storage products in household devices or renewable energy systems.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 6, 2015
Graphene gets competition

Graphene gets competition

Graphene, the only one atom thick carbon network, achieved overnight fame with the 2010 Nobel Prize. But now comes competition: Such layers can also be formed by black phosphorous.
External Company Press Release
German Heliatek awarded as technology pioneer by World Economic Forum

German Heliatek awarded as technology pioneer by World Economic Forum

Heliatek was awarded as one of the World Economic Forum's "technology pioneers", a selection of the world's most innovative companies.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 5, 2015
Opportunities in the $1.3 billion thermal interface material market

Opportunities in the $1.3 billion thermal interface material market

Everyone wants portable products. Miniature high density circuits, often housed in airtight enclosures are required, so we can use our devices everywhere, including in wearable technologies. Heat management is therefore a big problem, particularly as the trend of consumers demanding smaller, faster operating electronics continues.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2015
Polyera launch flexible display product

Polyera launch flexible display product

Over the last 18 months IDTechEx has reported in Printed Electronics World and at our events on the repositioning of companies moving from a component supply proposition to actually building products.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Diversification challenges in the haptics industry

Diversification challenges in the haptics industry

The growth of handheld devices in consumer electronics has enabled fast growth in the haptics industry. With billions of units sold, global reach and near ubiquitous adoption in devices like smartphones, many companies have targeted this space as having key growth potential. However, rapid commoditization led by China has left a graveyard of haptics operations across the West, Japan and Korea, so staying ahead of this curve is crucial. Our slides here summaries our latest research on haptics technologies and markets.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 14, 2015
3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping and Industrial Design

3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping and Industrial Design

Video interview with Delektre at 3D Printing Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 13, 2015
Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?

Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?

Researchers recently discovered that paper made of cellulose fibers is tougher and stronger the smaller the fibers get.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 12, 2015
New battlegrounds emerge for conductive inks and pastes

New battlegrounds emerge for conductive inks and pastes

Core applications of PV and touch panels continue to grow demand, but new opportunities emerge in the form of wearable technology, circuit boards and structural electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 11, 2015
Conductive Patterns Printed on Textiles using Printed Electronics

Conductive Patterns Printed on Textiles using Printed Electronics

Video Interview with NovaCentrix at Printed Electronics Europe.
External Company Press Release
Cambridge Nanotherm make the finals of the 2015 R&D 100 Awards

Cambridge Nanotherm make the finals of the 2015 R&D 100 Awards

Cambridge Nanotherm has been named as a finalist in the R&D 100 Awards, otherwise known as the "Oscars of Invention".
Printed Electronics World
Aug 10, 2015
PCB prototyping evolves with a new wave of electronics printers

PCB prototyping evolves with a new wave of electronics printers

A new wave of printers targeting printed circuit boards are enabling rapid, local prototyping while protecting company IP, finds IDTechEx Research.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 7, 2015
Plans to develop 3D-printed graphene batteries

Plans to develop 3D-printed graphene batteries

Longer-lasting batteries could be 3D printed from graphene ink to tackle rising demand for energy storage products in household devices or renewable energy systems.
External Company Press Release
German Heliatek awarded as technology pioneer by World Economic Forum

German Heliatek awarded as technology pioneer by World Economic Forum

Heliatek was awarded as one of the World Economic Forum's "technology pioneers", a selection of the world's most innovative companies.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2015
Webinar Thursday 3 Sept: Introduction to Thermal Interface Materials

Webinar Thursday 3 Sept: Introduction to Thermal Interface Materials

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Thursday 3 September 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 17, 2015
Study explores nanoscale structure of thin films

Study explores nanoscale structure of thin films

The world's newest and brightest synchrotron light source has produced one of the first publications resulting from work done during the facility's science commissioning phase.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 13, 2015
Agfa: Integrating Nano Silver Printed Electronics in Cars

Agfa: Integrating Nano Silver Printed Electronics in Cars

Video interview with Agfa at Printed Electronics Europe.
External Company Press Release
Award,  thermally conductive gel for advanced semiconductor packaging

Award, thermally conductive gel for advanced semiconductor packaging

Dow Corning has announced that it garnered a 2015 3D InCites Award for new Dow Corning® TC-3040 Thermally Conductive Gel, a silicone-based thermal interface material designed to manage heat and support reliable performance for advanced semiconductor flip chip applications.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 12, 2015
He who does not print, vacuum coats

He who does not print, vacuum coats

Atmospheric vs. vacuum deposition in the flexible electronics era.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Emerging haptics find their niches

Emerging haptics find their niches

The industry around haptic actuators has encountered some significant challenges and changes in the last five years. However, the silver lining begins to shine through as emerging haptics find their niches. James Hayward summarises the findings from the latest IDTechEx Research report.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 10, 2015
Boxfish shell inspires new materials for flexible electronics

Boxfish shell inspires new materials for flexible electronics

Engineers describe how the structure of the boxfish could serve as inspiration for body armor, robots and even flexible electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 7, 2015
Superfast fluorescence sets new speed record

Superfast fluorescence sets new speed record

Researchers have developed an ultrafast light-emitting device that can flip on and off 90 billion times a second and could form the basis of optical computing.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 6, 2015
Graphene gets competition

Graphene gets competition

Graphene, the only one atom thick carbon network, achieved overnight fame with the 2010 Nobel Prize. But now comes competition: Such layers can also be formed by black phosphorous.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 5, 2015
Opportunities in the $1.3 billion thermal interface material market

Opportunities in the $1.3 billion thermal interface material market

Everyone wants portable products. Miniature high density circuits, often housed in airtight enclosures are required, so we can use our devices everywhere, including in wearable technologies. Heat management is therefore a big problem, particularly as the trend of consumers demanding smaller, faster operating electronics continues.
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