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Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2016
Miniaturised optical devices enabled by carbon nano technology

Miniaturised optical devices enabled by carbon nano technology

Research demonstrates carbon nanotubes creating wafer-thin, flat structures that enable the miniaturisation of a range of optical devices.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
When can we expect printed TVs?

When can we expect printed TVs?

LG made quite an impression during CES this year, announcing new OLED TVs that have delighted most reviewers. With premium features and a smart marketing campaign, LG has managed to position OLED as the best TV money can buy. But when will the technology become more affordable?
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2016
Thin Film Electronics Interviewed by IDTechEx

Thin Film Electronics Interviewed by IDTechEx

Video Interview with Thin Film Electronics at Printed Electronics USA 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2016
The $100bn robotics opportunity

The $100bn robotics opportunity

The first industrial robot, Unimate, went into operation at a General Motors plant in 1961. Over the next few decades the use of industrial robot arms in the automotive industry matured.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2016
Collaboration to commercialise atomic layer deposition technologies

Collaboration to commercialise atomic layer deposition technologies

The Centre for Process Innovation and Beneq have signed a long term collaboration agreement for the use of atomic layer deposition technologies in printable electronics applications.
External Company Press Release
Large format touch sensor capability with 2.5 and 3D formability

Large format touch sensor capability with 2.5 and 3D formability

SABIC introduces a transparent, conductive polycarbonate film that represents a completely new class of display materials with outstanding transmittance and resistance, especially in large formats, with exceptional 2.5 and 3D formability.
External Company Press Release
Collaboration on latest developments in printed electronics technology

Collaboration on latest developments in printed electronics technology

Recently, Optomec hosted the ninth annual International Aerosol Jet User Group Meeting on Printed Electronics at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2016
A pen that connects you with the electronic world

A pen that connects you with the electronic world

The lines drawn with Nectro are very stable in air even in a humid, hot environment. The conductivity will last lifelong if it is not intentionally damaged.
External Company Press Release
CPI enhance printed electronics capability with NovaCentrix

CPI enhance printed electronics capability with NovaCentrix

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) enhance printed electronics capability with the installation of NovaCentrix PulseForge® photonic curing system.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2016
2D Islands in graphene hold promise for future device fabrication

2D Islands in graphene hold promise for future device fabrication

In what could prove to be a significant advance in the fabrication of graphene-based nanodevices, a team of Berkeley Lab researchers has discovered a new mechanism for assembling two-dimensional (2D) molecular "islands" that could be used to modify graphene at the nanometer scale.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2016
Are e-textiles on the cusp of rapid growth?

Are e-textiles on the cusp of rapid growth?

Whilst the majority of wearable technology products sold today still fit with the components-in-a-box design, 2015 has been a record year for investment in smart clothing and e-textile products.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 5, 2016
A stretchable resin film

A stretchable resin film

Panasonic Corporation has developed a soft, flexible, and stretchable polymer resin film using its proprietary stretchable resin technology.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2016
New industrial possibilities for nanoporous thin films

New industrial possibilities for nanoporous thin films

Metal-organic frameworks are a new type of materials with nanoscale pores.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
TSensors Summit 2015

TSensors Summit 2015

The TSensors Summit 2015 was held in Celebration, FL this year and was attended by approximately 150 people that had the chance to attend presentations on the latest developments and applications for sensors, and how the concept of abundance (as defined by Peter Diamandis in his book of the same name published in 2012) would be enabled with the proliferation of trillions of sensors deployed worldwide.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2015
World's largest flexible X-ray detector

World's largest flexible X-ray detector

Researchers have announced that they have successfully manufactured the world's largest flexible X-ray detector prototypes using advanced thin film transistors.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2015
Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

A team of scientists has, for the first time, created a two-dimensional sheet of boron, a material known as borophene.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Researchers have succeeded in experimentally realizing metallic graphene nanoribbons that are only 5 carbon atoms wide.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Cheap, flexible, wireless graphene communication devices such as mobile phones and healthcare monitors can be directly printed into clothing and even skin.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 25, 2015
Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

250 years after Manchester created the first industrial revolution in textiles it is happening again, but this time instead of coal and steam, 3D Printing is driving this new mass production industry.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2015
Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors with structured metal-coated polymer film to produce affordable biosensors.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2016
Miniaturised optical devices enabled by carbon nano technology

Miniaturised optical devices enabled by carbon nano technology

Research demonstrates carbon nanotubes creating wafer-thin, flat structures that enable the miniaturisation of a range of optical devices.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2016
Thin Film Electronics Interviewed by IDTechEx

Thin Film Electronics Interviewed by IDTechEx

Video Interview with Thin Film Electronics at Printed Electronics USA 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2016
Collaboration to commercialise atomic layer deposition technologies

Collaboration to commercialise atomic layer deposition technologies

The Centre for Process Innovation and Beneq have signed a long term collaboration agreement for the use of atomic layer deposition technologies in printable electronics applications.
External Company Press Release
Collaboration on latest developments in printed electronics technology

Collaboration on latest developments in printed electronics technology

Recently, Optomec hosted the ninth annual International Aerosol Jet User Group Meeting on Printed Electronics at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California.
External Company Press Release
CPI enhance printed electronics capability with NovaCentrix

CPI enhance printed electronics capability with NovaCentrix

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) enhance printed electronics capability with the installation of NovaCentrix PulseForge® photonic curing system.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2016
Are e-textiles on the cusp of rapid growth?

Are e-textiles on the cusp of rapid growth?

Whilst the majority of wearable technology products sold today still fit with the components-in-a-box design, 2015 has been a record year for investment in smart clothing and e-textile products.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 1, 2016
New industrial possibilities for nanoporous thin films

New industrial possibilities for nanoporous thin films

Metal-organic frameworks are a new type of materials with nanoscale pores.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2015
World's largest flexible X-ray detector

World's largest flexible X-ray detector

Researchers have announced that they have successfully manufactured the world's largest flexible X-ray detector prototypes using advanced thin film transistors.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Researchers have succeeded in experimentally realizing metallic graphene nanoribbons that are only 5 carbon atoms wide.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 25, 2015
Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

250 years after Manchester created the first industrial revolution in textiles it is happening again, but this time instead of coal and steam, 3D Printing is driving this new mass production industry.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
When can we expect printed TVs?

When can we expect printed TVs?

LG made quite an impression during CES this year, announcing new OLED TVs that have delighted most reviewers. With premium features and a smart marketing campaign, LG has managed to position OLED as the best TV money can buy. But when will the technology become more affordable?
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2016
The $100bn robotics opportunity

The $100bn robotics opportunity

The first industrial robot, Unimate, went into operation at a General Motors plant in 1961. Over the next few decades the use of industrial robot arms in the automotive industry matured.
External Company Press Release
Large format touch sensor capability with 2.5 and 3D formability

Large format touch sensor capability with 2.5 and 3D formability

SABIC introduces a transparent, conductive polycarbonate film that represents a completely new class of display materials with outstanding transmittance and resistance, especially in large formats, with exceptional 2.5 and 3D formability.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2016
A pen that connects you with the electronic world

A pen that connects you with the electronic world

The lines drawn with Nectro are very stable in air even in a humid, hot environment. The conductivity will last lifelong if it is not intentionally damaged.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2016
2D Islands in graphene hold promise for future device fabrication

2D Islands in graphene hold promise for future device fabrication

In what could prove to be a significant advance in the fabrication of graphene-based nanodevices, a team of Berkeley Lab researchers has discovered a new mechanism for assembling two-dimensional (2D) molecular "islands" that could be used to modify graphene at the nanometer scale.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 5, 2016
A stretchable resin film

A stretchable resin film

Panasonic Corporation has developed a soft, flexible, and stretchable polymer resin film using its proprietary stretchable resin technology.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
TSensors Summit 2015

TSensors Summit 2015

The TSensors Summit 2015 was held in Celebration, FL this year and was attended by approximately 150 people that had the chance to attend presentations on the latest developments and applications for sensors, and how the concept of abundance (as defined by Peter Diamandis in his book of the same name published in 2012) would be enabled with the proliferation of trillions of sensors deployed worldwide.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2015
Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

A team of scientists has, for the first time, created a two-dimensional sheet of boron, a material known as borophene.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Cheap, flexible, wireless graphene communication devices such as mobile phones and healthcare monitors can be directly printed into clothing and even skin.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2015
Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors with structured metal-coated polymer film to produce affordable biosensors.
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