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Germany pioneering new innovations

Germany pioneering new innovations

Germany's expertise in industrial production, printing processes, and chemicals - all essential elements to printed electronics - make it a leading location for investments.
External Company Press Release
ImageXpert announces new innovations for printed electronics

ImageXpert announces new innovations for printed electronics

ImageXpert has recently developed two products that allow for a broader range of printed electronic part inspection.
External Company Press Release
Soligie appoints printed electronics veterans

Soligie appoints printed electronics veterans

Soligie Appoints Printed Electronics Veterans Richard Morris & Mark Duarte to Lead Business Development & Sales.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 3, 2008
Training the next generation of the printed electronics workforce

Training the next generation of the printed electronics workforce

Several universities from around the world are sending the most promising academics to meet companies and explore markets for the technology at Printed Electronics Europe.
External Company Press Release
MicroCat represents the synergy of two innovations

MicroCat represents the synergy of two innovations

MacDermid Electronics Solutions has developed a novel additive circuit formation process called MicroCat.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 2, 2008
Analysis of printed electronics forecasts in 2008

Analysis of printed electronics forecasts in 2008

IDTechEx, along with other analysts, forecast the printed electronics market. While some agree others give widely different figures. After analyzing the industry for nine years, IDTechEx has just completed a new report covering the forecasts of the industry in great detail. Here Raghu Das, CEO, summarises the findings giving that crucial detail behind our forecasts.
External Company Press Release
FUJIFILM Dimatix show inkjet technology to manufacture PV solar cells

FUJIFILM Dimatix show inkjet technology to manufacture PV solar cells

Photovoltaic innovator Konarka Technologies reports manufacturing breakthrough using FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology for advanced materials deposition.
External Company Press Release
G24 Innovations appoints leading solar technology authority

G24 Innovations appoints leading solar technology authority

Shozo Yanagida to join renewable energy pioneer's advisory board.
External Company Press Release
DuPont Microcircuit Materials highlights new developments in Germany

DuPont Microcircuit Materials highlights new developments in Germany

New developments in inks and imaging for the printed electronics industry will be presented by DuPont new market development lead Dr. Kerry Adams as part of DuPont Microcircuit Materials' (MCM) participation at IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 1, 2008
Over 600 attendees registered for Printed Electronics Europe

Over 600 attendees registered for Printed Electronics Europe

Over 600 attendees registered for the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe Conference and Exhibition.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 1, 2008
Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 2

Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 2

Raghu Das summarises some of his findings as he visits the leading giants in Japan.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2008
Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 1

Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 1

Speaking to key developers of OLED displays, companies agree that the market for such displays will be at least $0.69 Billion this year, as forecast by IDTechEx.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2008
HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

Last year, about $2.5 billion was spent on tags and systems at HF (13.56MHz), ten times the amount on RFID at any other frequency and representing 50% of the global RFID market. Now IDTechEx tracks a rush of technology innovation and new market opportunities.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 28, 2008
Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Scientists from Tokyo University have just revealed a reliable method to inkjet print dots of one micron on to flexible film.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 27, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

One day there may be laws to tag all 150 million dogs in China and 2.4 billion pigs yearly but IDTechEx finds that there is no hurry to do this and when it is done it will almost certainly be on a province by province basis.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 26, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

The Chinese are anxious to leapfrog the foreign competition in RFID and they are trialling the U-Code alternative to EPC as something lower cost, simpler and more likely to have printed logic, not just antennas.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 25, 2008
A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

The company states that they have developed the world's first method for fabricating a honeycomb structure on the surface of a 150-millimeter square multi-crystalline silicon by combining laser patterning and wet etching.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 24, 2008
Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

South Korean engineers say that they had developed a new transparent electrode that could reduce the production costs of display screens used in computers and mobile phones.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 21, 2008
Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

NIST, USA have set the stage for building the "evolutionary link" between the microelectronics of today built from semiconductor compounds and future generations of devices made largely from complex organic molecules.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2008
Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Texas-based Nano-Proprietary, Inc. announced that its subsidiary Applied Nanotech, Inc. ('ANI") received a notice of allowance for its patent titled "Nanobiosensor and carbon nanotube thin film transistor.
External Company Press Release
Germany pioneering new innovations

Germany pioneering new innovations

Germany's expertise in industrial production, printing processes, and chemicals - all essential elements to printed electronics - make it a leading location for investments.
External Company Press Release
Soligie appoints printed electronics veterans

Soligie appoints printed electronics veterans

Soligie Appoints Printed Electronics Veterans Richard Morris & Mark Duarte to Lead Business Development & Sales.
External Company Press Release
MicroCat represents the synergy of two innovations

MicroCat represents the synergy of two innovations

MacDermid Electronics Solutions has developed a novel additive circuit formation process called MicroCat.
External Company Press Release
FUJIFILM Dimatix show inkjet technology to manufacture PV solar cells

FUJIFILM Dimatix show inkjet technology to manufacture PV solar cells

Photovoltaic innovator Konarka Technologies reports manufacturing breakthrough using FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology for advanced materials deposition.
External Company Press Release
DuPont Microcircuit Materials highlights new developments in Germany

DuPont Microcircuit Materials highlights new developments in Germany

New developments in inks and imaging for the printed electronics industry will be presented by DuPont new market development lead Dr. Kerry Adams as part of DuPont Microcircuit Materials' (MCM) participation at IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 1, 2008
Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 2

Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 2

Raghu Das summarises some of his findings as he visits the leading giants in Japan.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2008
HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

Last year, about $2.5 billion was spent on tags and systems at HF (13.56MHz), ten times the amount on RFID at any other frequency and representing 50% of the global RFID market. Now IDTechEx tracks a rush of technology innovation and new market opportunities.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 27, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

One day there may be laws to tag all 150 million dogs in China and 2.4 billion pigs yearly but IDTechEx finds that there is no hurry to do this and when it is done it will almost certainly be on a province by province basis.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 25, 2008
A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

The company states that they have developed the world's first method for fabricating a honeycomb structure on the surface of a 150-millimeter square multi-crystalline silicon by combining laser patterning and wet etching.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 21, 2008
Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

NIST, USA have set the stage for building the "evolutionary link" between the microelectronics of today built from semiconductor compounds and future generations of devices made largely from complex organic molecules.
External Company Press Release
ImageXpert announces new innovations for printed electronics

ImageXpert announces new innovations for printed electronics

ImageXpert has recently developed two products that allow for a broader range of printed electronic part inspection.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 3, 2008
Training the next generation of the printed electronics workforce

Training the next generation of the printed electronics workforce

Several universities from around the world are sending the most promising academics to meet companies and explore markets for the technology at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 2, 2008
Analysis of printed electronics forecasts in 2008

Analysis of printed electronics forecasts in 2008

IDTechEx, along with other analysts, forecast the printed electronics market. While some agree others give widely different figures. After analyzing the industry for nine years, IDTechEx has just completed a new report covering the forecasts of the industry in great detail. Here Raghu Das, CEO, summarises the findings giving that crucial detail behind our forecasts.
External Company Press Release
G24 Innovations appoints leading solar technology authority

G24 Innovations appoints leading solar technology authority

Shozo Yanagida to join renewable energy pioneer's advisory board.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 1, 2008
Over 600 attendees registered for Printed Electronics Europe

Over 600 attendees registered for Printed Electronics Europe

Over 600 attendees registered for the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe Conference and Exhibition.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2008
Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 1

Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 1

Speaking to key developers of OLED displays, companies agree that the market for such displays will be at least $0.69 Billion this year, as forecast by IDTechEx.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 28, 2008
Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Scientists from Tokyo University have just revealed a reliable method to inkjet print dots of one micron on to flexible film.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 26, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

The Chinese are anxious to leapfrog the foreign competition in RFID and they are trialling the U-Code alternative to EPC as something lower cost, simpler and more likely to have printed logic, not just antennas.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 24, 2008
Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

South Korean engineers say that they had developed a new transparent electrode that could reduce the production costs of display screens used in computers and mobile phones.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2008
Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Texas-based Nano-Proprietary, Inc. announced that its subsidiary Applied Nanotech, Inc. ('ANI") received a notice of allowance for its patent titled "Nanobiosensor and carbon nanotube thin film transistor.
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