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Advanced and post lithium-ion premium article series - silicon anodes

Advanced and post lithium-ion premium article series - silicon anodes

This article is the second of our series on advanced and post lithium-ion technologies. This article will focus on the silicon anode batteries technologies and markets
Printed Electronics World
Nov 11, 2015
Researchers develop tougher glass

Researchers develop tougher glass

Japanese researchers say they have developed a new type of glass which is almost as hard as steel, which could be ideal for screens used in mobile devices and displays.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2015
XENON Advances Printed Electronics with New Approaches to Sintering

XENON Advances Printed Electronics with New Approaches to Sintering

With over 50 years of expertise, XENON has developed and deployed high energy pulsed light solutions for a broad range of applications. In 2010, the S-1000 was offered as a benchtop solution for silver nano material sintering. Though limited in flexibility, it offered an entry into photonic sintering for ink developers and research institutions worldwide.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2015
A potential control over superconductivity

A potential control over superconductivity

An applied potential can reversibly induce a superconducting-insulator transition in lithium titanate thin films, report researchers.
External Company Press Release
Xaar and Lawter collaborate to deliver silver nanoink printing

Xaar and Lawter collaborate to deliver silver nanoink printing

Xaar plc and Lawter, along with its parent company Harima Chemicals Group, are pleased to announce a collaboration to optimise the performance of a line of nanosilver conductive inks in the Xaar 1002 industrial inkjet printhead.
External Company Press Release
Imec and Kaneka expand their collaboration

Imec and Kaneka expand their collaboration

imec and Kaneka Corporation, has announced that they have signed a new three year framework agreement that strengthens and extends their comprehensive R&D collaboration. Next to working on next generation solar cells, under this frame agreement imec and Kaneka will explore new applications in life science and thin-film electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2015
Chemist aims to put his nanohoops into future devices

Chemist aims to put his nanohoops into future devices

Nanohoops, can be made using both carbon and other atoms. Because they efficiently absorb and distribute energy, they may be useful in solar cells, organic light-emitting diodes or as new sensors or probes for medicine.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
New design strategies make batteries flexible and wearable

New design strategies make batteries flexible and wearable

A new design strategy has emerged for making batteries flexible.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
ITO alternative leaders will emerge despite the pending consolidation

ITO alternative leaders will emerge despite the pending consolidation

At IDTechEx we have been closely following and analysing the transparent conductive film market for the past five years. To this end, we interviewed more than 40 innovators, suppliers and end-users, organised and attended many conferences around the world, developed a detailed and constantly updated forecast datasheet, and advised our clients globally either through consulting or subscriptions.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
How will the graphene market change in the future?

How will the graphene market change in the future?

Each year IDTechEx Research releases its up-to-date market report on graphene and related materials, "Graphene, 2D Materials and Carbon Nanotubes: Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2015-2025". Our latest up-to-date analysis show that the graphene market will reach nearly $200m at the material year.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
Grant to develop atomically thin semiconductors

Grant to develop atomically thin semiconductors

A research team has been awarded a grant of $2 million over the next four years from the National Science Foundation to research and develop thin, flexible semiconductors that might eventually lead to bendable computer screens and wearable electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2015
Smart glasses: Ushering in new form factors in portable electronics

Smart glasses: Ushering in new form factors in portable electronics

Interfacing with machines undergoes a constant evolution, allowing for wider adoption of computing devices over time, as interaction becomes more "natural". According to IDTechEx Research, smartglasses are bringing about the next big step in this ever-changing space.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2015
New 3D additive fabrication tool released by NovaCentrix and nScrypt

New 3D additive fabrication tool released by NovaCentrix and nScrypt

NovaCentrix and nScrypt are excited to announce the first public showing of their new integrated equipment designed especially for 3D additive fabrication.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2015
Grafoid Working to Commercialise Graphene

Grafoid Working to Commercialise Graphene

Video interview with Grafoid at Graphene & 2D Materials Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 4, 2015
New research could revolutionize flexible electronics, solar cells

New research could revolutionize flexible electronics, solar cells

Binghamton University researchers have demonstrated an eco-friendly process that enables unprecedented spatial control over the electrical properties of graphene oxide.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 3, 2015
Intelligent packaging for pharmaceuticals

Intelligent packaging for pharmaceuticals

The Centre for Process Innovation is part of a UK based consortium developing technologies that will spearhead the commercialisation of intelligent pharmaceutical packaging.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 3, 2015
Cambridge Graphene announces new graphene ink patent application

Cambridge Graphene announces new graphene ink patent application

Cambridge Graphene Ltd has announced that a new graphene patent application to produce commercial volumes of environmentally-friendly graphene inks, was filed on its behalf by Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm of the University of Cambridge.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 2, 2015
Biodegradable displays for electronics

Biodegradable displays for electronics

Researchers are on the path to creating biodegradable electronics by using organic components in screen displays.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Fraunhofer ISC enables wearable technology for medical devices

Fraunhofer ISC enables wearable technology for medical devices

Fraunhofer ISC presents its competence in wearable and flexible technology for medical devices and technical textiles at the IDTechEX Show!, Santa Clara (USA) from 18th to 19th November 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 10 November 2015.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Advanced and post lithium-ion premium article series - silicon anodes

Advanced and post lithium-ion premium article series - silicon anodes

This article is the second of our series on advanced and post lithium-ion technologies. This article will focus on the silicon anode batteries technologies and markets
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2015
XENON Advances Printed Electronics with New Approaches to Sintering

XENON Advances Printed Electronics with New Approaches to Sintering

With over 50 years of expertise, XENON has developed and deployed high energy pulsed light solutions for a broad range of applications. In 2010, the S-1000 was offered as a benchtop solution for silver nano material sintering. Though limited in flexibility, it offered an entry into photonic sintering for ink developers and research institutions worldwide.
External Company Press Release
Xaar and Lawter collaborate to deliver silver nanoink printing

Xaar and Lawter collaborate to deliver silver nanoink printing

Xaar plc and Lawter, along with its parent company Harima Chemicals Group, are pleased to announce a collaboration to optimise the performance of a line of nanosilver conductive inks in the Xaar 1002 industrial inkjet printhead.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2015
Chemist aims to put his nanohoops into future devices

Chemist aims to put his nanohoops into future devices

Nanohoops, can be made using both carbon and other atoms. Because they efficiently absorb and distribute energy, they may be useful in solar cells, organic light-emitting diodes or as new sensors or probes for medicine.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
ITO alternative leaders will emerge despite the pending consolidation

ITO alternative leaders will emerge despite the pending consolidation

At IDTechEx we have been closely following and analysing the transparent conductive film market for the past five years. To this end, we interviewed more than 40 innovators, suppliers and end-users, organised and attended many conferences around the world, developed a detailed and constantly updated forecast datasheet, and advised our clients globally either through consulting or subscriptions.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
Grant to develop atomically thin semiconductors

Grant to develop atomically thin semiconductors

A research team has been awarded a grant of $2 million over the next four years from the National Science Foundation to research and develop thin, flexible semiconductors that might eventually lead to bendable computer screens and wearable electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2015
New 3D additive fabrication tool released by NovaCentrix and nScrypt

New 3D additive fabrication tool released by NovaCentrix and nScrypt

NovaCentrix and nScrypt are excited to announce the first public showing of their new integrated equipment designed especially for 3D additive fabrication.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 4, 2015
New research could revolutionize flexible electronics, solar cells

New research could revolutionize flexible electronics, solar cells

Binghamton University researchers have demonstrated an eco-friendly process that enables unprecedented spatial control over the electrical properties of graphene oxide.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 3, 2015
Cambridge Graphene announces new graphene ink patent application

Cambridge Graphene announces new graphene ink patent application

Cambridge Graphene Ltd has announced that a new graphene patent application to produce commercial volumes of environmentally-friendly graphene inks, was filed on its behalf by Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm of the University of Cambridge.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Fraunhofer ISC enables wearable technology for medical devices

Fraunhofer ISC enables wearable technology for medical devices

Fraunhofer ISC presents its competence in wearable and flexible technology for medical devices and technical textiles at the IDTechEX Show!, Santa Clara (USA) from 18th to 19th November 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 11, 2015
Researchers develop tougher glass

Researchers develop tougher glass

Japanese researchers say they have developed a new type of glass which is almost as hard as steel, which could be ideal for screens used in mobile devices and displays.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2015
A potential control over superconductivity

A potential control over superconductivity

An applied potential can reversibly induce a superconducting-insulator transition in lithium titanate thin films, report researchers.
External Company Press Release
Imec and Kaneka expand their collaboration

Imec and Kaneka expand their collaboration

imec and Kaneka Corporation, has announced that they have signed a new three year framework agreement that strengthens and extends their comprehensive R&D collaboration. Next to working on next generation solar cells, under this frame agreement imec and Kaneka will explore new applications in life science and thin-film electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
New design strategies make batteries flexible and wearable

New design strategies make batteries flexible and wearable

A new design strategy has emerged for making batteries flexible.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2015
How will the graphene market change in the future?

How will the graphene market change in the future?

Each year IDTechEx Research releases its up-to-date market report on graphene and related materials, "Graphene, 2D Materials and Carbon Nanotubes: Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2015-2025". Our latest up-to-date analysis show that the graphene market will reach nearly $200m at the material year.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2015
Smart glasses: Ushering in new form factors in portable electronics

Smart glasses: Ushering in new form factors in portable electronics

Interfacing with machines undergoes a constant evolution, allowing for wider adoption of computing devices over time, as interaction becomes more "natural". According to IDTechEx Research, smartglasses are bringing about the next big step in this ever-changing space.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2015
Grafoid Working to Commercialise Graphene

Grafoid Working to Commercialise Graphene

Video interview with Grafoid at Graphene & 2D Materials Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 3, 2015
Intelligent packaging for pharmaceuticals

Intelligent packaging for pharmaceuticals

The Centre for Process Innovation is part of a UK based consortium developing technologies that will spearhead the commercialisation of intelligent pharmaceutical packaging.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 2, 2015
Biodegradable displays for electronics

Biodegradable displays for electronics

Researchers are on the path to creating biodegradable electronics by using organic components in screen displays.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 10 November 2015.
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