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Printed Electronics World
May 14, 2008
Invisibility by smart fabric video

Invisibility by smart fabric video

Scientists at the University of Tokyo in Japan have demonstrated
Printed Electronics World
May 13, 2008
Electronic retinal device may help blind people see

Electronic retinal device may help blind people see

Surgeons at Moorfields Eye Hospital, UK recently carried out two successful operations to implant an artificial electronic retinal device into the eyes of two blind patients.
Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2008
IDTechEx visits Electroluminate UK 9.5.08

IDTechEx visits Electroluminate UK 9.5.08

Electroluminate makes ink jet, digitally printed ac and dc electroluminescent displays and backlights up to 1.5 meters across but capable of being assembled as tiles into much larger structures.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2008
Illuminated thin-film keypads with OLEDs

Illuminated thin-film keypads with OLEDs

In a joint project scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP have developed a keypad based on organic light-emitting diodes.
Printed Electronics World
May 8, 2008
German companies to develop airborne pathogen detection system

German companies to develop airborne pathogen detection system

German companies to develop a unique airborne pathogen detection system for the European Defence Agency.
Printed Electronics World
May 8, 2008
NFC-Enabled Phones and Contactless Smart Cards 2008-2018

NFC-Enabled Phones and Contactless Smart Cards 2008-2018

NFC-enabled phones have yet to take off, despite phones with the Sony Felica interface, compatible with NFC, being placed in the hands of over 50 million Japanese in little more than two years - one of the fastest adoption rates for electronics ever. So why the delay? Here Dr Peter Harrop shares insight into the topic summarizing findings from the new IDTechEx report NFC-Enabled Phones and Contactless Smart Cards 2008-2018
Printed Electronics World
May 7, 2008
Increasing concern about silver

Increasing concern about silver

Nanosilver is so tiny it can go right to the surface of an organism and essentially shoot ions into the organism, says a research scientist.
Printed Electronics World
May 6, 2008
Schreiner prints new electronic products

Schreiner prints new electronic products

Schreiner Group in Germany has made a great success of ac electroluminescent lighting and displays, screen printed with inorganic compounds.
Printed Electronics World
May 5, 2008
A*STAR claims world's best protection from moisture and oxygen

A*STAR claims world's best protection from moisture and oxygen

A claimed breakthrough barrier technology from Singapore protects sensitive devices like organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and solar cells from moisture 1000 times more effectively than any other technology available in the market.
Printed Electronics World
May 2, 2008
Revolutionary printed solar technology powers antarctic mission

Revolutionary printed solar technology powers antarctic mission

G24 Innovations' solar cells effective in world's most inhospitable environments
Printed Electronics World
May 1, 2008
New photovoltaics and printed electronics by inkjet - Japan/USA

New photovoltaics and printed electronics by inkjet - Japan/USA

Chuck Griggs, VP Applications Engineering of Fujifilm Dimatix saw the advantages of inkjet as non-contact and drop on demand reduding both materials processing and environmental impact.
Printed Electronics World
May 1, 2008
RFID in 2008 - Where is the Action?

RFID in 2008 - Where is the Action?

"Europe is an interesting territory for RFID. So far, it lacks the huge orders in the USA, with two $0.5 billion projects currently being serviced there, and in China with the huge card and library schemes," says Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 30, 2008
How to print OLEDs

How to print OLEDs

OLEDs have huge market potential including 10% of the replacement market for light meaning 70 square kilometers per year.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 29, 2008
Metamaterials: Printing the cloak of invisibility

Metamaterials: Printing the cloak of invisibility

Physicists no longer say that the invisibility cloak of Harry Potter, the vanishing car of James Bond or the Invisible Man are an impossibility. It may be possible to make things invisible by putting a thin layer of a specially patterned material in the way.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 28, 2008
Motorola printing wide area sensors

Motorola printing wide area sensors

Like 3M and Illinois Tool Works, Motorola has had many activities involved in printed electronics and they have often been independent.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 25, 2008
Self healing stretchable substrate

Self healing stretchable substrate

IDTechEx conferences and reports on printed electronics have a great deal on smart substrates because they hugely leverage printed technology, making awesome new products possible.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 24, 2008
Laminate makes any blisterpack record when pills are taken

Laminate makes any blisterpack record when pills are taken

Taking medication wrongly is a huge problem, resulting in more than 150,000 people dying unnecessarily in both North America and in Europe every year.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 23, 2008
Printed oxide electronics at Oregon State University

Printed oxide electronics at Oregon State University

Oregon State University has had a comprehensive program developing printed oxide electronics and electro-optics for some years.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 23, 2008
Printing printed circuit boards - Seiko Epson

Printing printed circuit boards - Seiko Epson

Koichi Mizugaki of SEIKO EPSON Corporation describes how SEIKO EPSON has been working on the manufacture of Printed Circuit Boards through inkjet printing.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 22, 2008
Hewlett Packard prints aSi backplanes reel to reel

Hewlett Packard prints aSi backplanes reel to reel

Hewlett Packard described one of the most accomplished feats of engineering in reel to reel production of transistor circuits at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
May 14, 2008
Invisibility by smart fabric video

Invisibility by smart fabric video

Scientists at the University of Tokyo in Japan have demonstrated
Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2008
IDTechEx visits Electroluminate UK 9.5.08

IDTechEx visits Electroluminate UK 9.5.08

Electroluminate makes ink jet, digitally printed ac and dc electroluminescent displays and backlights up to 1.5 meters across but capable of being assembled as tiles into much larger structures.
Printed Electronics World
May 8, 2008
German companies to develop airborne pathogen detection system

German companies to develop airborne pathogen detection system

German companies to develop a unique airborne pathogen detection system for the European Defence Agency.
Printed Electronics World
May 7, 2008
Increasing concern about silver

Increasing concern about silver

Nanosilver is so tiny it can go right to the surface of an organism and essentially shoot ions into the organism, says a research scientist.
Printed Electronics World
May 5, 2008
A*STAR claims world's best protection from moisture and oxygen

A*STAR claims world's best protection from moisture and oxygen

A claimed breakthrough barrier technology from Singapore protects sensitive devices like organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and solar cells from moisture 1000 times more effectively than any other technology available in the market.
Printed Electronics World
May 1, 2008
New photovoltaics and printed electronics by inkjet - Japan/USA

New photovoltaics and printed electronics by inkjet - Japan/USA

Chuck Griggs, VP Applications Engineering of Fujifilm Dimatix saw the advantages of inkjet as non-contact and drop on demand reduding both materials processing and environmental impact.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 30, 2008
How to print OLEDs

How to print OLEDs

OLEDs have huge market potential including 10% of the replacement market for light meaning 70 square kilometers per year.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 28, 2008
Motorola printing wide area sensors

Motorola printing wide area sensors

Like 3M and Illinois Tool Works, Motorola has had many activities involved in printed electronics and they have often been independent.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 24, 2008
Laminate makes any blisterpack record when pills are taken

Laminate makes any blisterpack record when pills are taken

Taking medication wrongly is a huge problem, resulting in more than 150,000 people dying unnecessarily in both North America and in Europe every year.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 23, 2008
Printing printed circuit boards - Seiko Epson

Printing printed circuit boards - Seiko Epson

Koichi Mizugaki of SEIKO EPSON Corporation describes how SEIKO EPSON has been working on the manufacture of Printed Circuit Boards through inkjet printing.
Printed Electronics World
May 13, 2008
Electronic retinal device may help blind people see

Electronic retinal device may help blind people see

Surgeons at Moorfields Eye Hospital, UK recently carried out two successful operations to implant an artificial electronic retinal device into the eyes of two blind patients.
Printed Electronics World
May 9, 2008
Illuminated thin-film keypads with OLEDs

Illuminated thin-film keypads with OLEDs

In a joint project scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP have developed a keypad based on organic light-emitting diodes.
Printed Electronics World
May 8, 2008
NFC-Enabled Phones and Contactless Smart Cards 2008-2018

NFC-Enabled Phones and Contactless Smart Cards 2008-2018

NFC-enabled phones have yet to take off, despite phones with the Sony Felica interface, compatible with NFC, being placed in the hands of over 50 million Japanese in little more than two years - one of the fastest adoption rates for electronics ever. So why the delay? Here Dr Peter Harrop shares insight into the topic summarizing findings from the new IDTechEx report NFC-Enabled Phones and Contactless Smart Cards 2008-2018
Printed Electronics World
May 6, 2008
Schreiner prints new electronic products

Schreiner prints new electronic products

Schreiner Group in Germany has made a great success of ac electroluminescent lighting and displays, screen printed with inorganic compounds.
Printed Electronics World
May 2, 2008
Revolutionary printed solar technology powers antarctic mission

Revolutionary printed solar technology powers antarctic mission

G24 Innovations' solar cells effective in world's most inhospitable environments
Printed Electronics World
May 1, 2008
RFID in 2008 - Where is the Action?

RFID in 2008 - Where is the Action?

"Europe is an interesting territory for RFID. So far, it lacks the huge orders in the USA, with two $0.5 billion projects currently being serviced there, and in China with the huge card and library schemes," says Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 29, 2008
Metamaterials: Printing the cloak of invisibility

Metamaterials: Printing the cloak of invisibility

Physicists no longer say that the invisibility cloak of Harry Potter, the vanishing car of James Bond or the Invisible Man are an impossibility. It may be possible to make things invisible by putting a thin layer of a specially patterned material in the way.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 25, 2008
Self healing stretchable substrate

Self healing stretchable substrate

IDTechEx conferences and reports on printed electronics have a great deal on smart substrates because they hugely leverage printed technology, making awesome new products possible.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 23, 2008
Printed oxide electronics at Oregon State University

Printed oxide electronics at Oregon State University

Oregon State University has had a comprehensive program developing printed oxide electronics and electro-optics for some years.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 22, 2008
Hewlett Packard prints aSi backplanes reel to reel

Hewlett Packard prints aSi backplanes reel to reel

Hewlett Packard described one of the most accomplished feats of engineering in reel to reel production of transistor circuits at Printed Electronics Europe.
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