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Printed Electronics World
Jun 12, 2008
Asian giants develop flex e-paper displays, but Europe first to market

Asian giants develop flex e-paper displays, but Europe first to market

East Asian giants progress flexible e-paper displays, but Europe first to commercialise
Printed Electronics World
Jun 11, 2008
Recruitment: IDTechEx seek VP Technical Sales; VP Marketing

Recruitment: IDTechEx seek VP Technical Sales; VP Marketing

Recruitment opportunities at IDTechEx: join a fast growing, award winning company.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2008
New OLED lighting company in Japan

New OLED lighting company in Japan

Lumiotec claim to be the world's first company to specialize only on OLED lighting; New OLED line in China
External Company Press Release
Gentag, Inc. and MacroArray Technologies join forces

Gentag, Inc. and MacroArray Technologies join forces

Gentag, Inc. and MacroArray Technologies have teamed to develop a new wireless test platform that will incorporate Gentag's cell phone-sensor technology with MacroArray's proteomics discovery technology to create a series of new disposable, wireless diagnostic tests.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2008
Vibrant RFID markets

Vibrant RFID markets

The global RFID market continues its rapid growth as record orders up to $0.5 billion each are serviced. This year demand for RFID is on target for $5.3 billion globally as it powers its way to $27 billion in 2018. Indeed, much is now happening in Europe, although it is the US and China that share top slot as RFID spenders at present.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics signs MOU to supply solar technology to Korean company

Plextronics signs MOU to supply solar technology to Korean company

Plextronics, Inc. has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Korea Parts & Fasteners (KPF) to create a research and development center for organic photovoltaic process development.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2008
Terahertz radiation could be used to detect early tumors

Terahertz radiation could be used to detect early tumors

An imaging systems that can detect naturally occurring terahertz radiation with unprecedented sensitivity and resolution may soon be able to detect early tumors.
External Company Press Release
Electrically Conductive Adhesive for Silicone and Florinated Surfaces

Electrically Conductive Adhesive for Silicone and Florinated Surfaces

Creative Materials, Inc, offers a flexible, re-workable, electrically conductive adhesive, which has a unique advantage of adhering to most silicone and fluorinated substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 5, 2008
Printed electronics - the large companies move in

Printed electronics - the large companies move in

The IDTechEx conference Printed Electronics Asia in Tokyo on October 8-9 will reveal many new advances and initiatives by the giant corporations.
External Company Press Release
UV-inkjet OLEDs - A new technology

UV-inkjet OLEDs - A new technology

In time, it will be possible to develop printed OLEDs sufficiently to light up advertising posters with flashing lights and moving messages.
External Company Press Release
CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled plan to co-develop hybrid OLED devices

CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled plan to co-develop hybrid OLED devices

CDT, Sumitomo Chemical and Novaled will collaborate to evaluate Novaled PIN OLED structures in Polymer OLED devices.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 4, 2008
Scientists create stretchable silicon circuits

Scientists create stretchable silicon circuits

Scientists have developed a new form of stretchable silicon integrated circuit that can wrap around complex shapes.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 3, 2008
All eyes on printed electronics

All eyes on printed electronics

Analysts see printed electronics rising exponentially to around $300 billion in twenty years' time, with demand for conductive inks alone reaching several billion dollars yearly five years from now.
External Company Press Release
Darpa selects Bioident for joint development project

Darpa selects Bioident for joint development project

Project demonstrates potential of biosensors with integrated printed detectors for point-of-use tests.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2008
E-Paper display news from Japan

E-Paper display news from Japan

IDTechEx summarise the latest on e-paper displays from Japan
Printed Electronics World
May 30, 2008
Plastic electronics - opportunity or future of semiconductor industry?

Plastic electronics - opportunity or future of semiconductor industry?

Dr Harry Zervos, Industry Analyst from IDTechEx says the move towards plastic electronics is a natural progression in the search for products and technologies which are 'greener', more efficient and ultimately more cost effective to produce.
External Company Press Release
CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled will collaborate

CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled will collaborate

CDT and Sumitomo Chemicals, leaders in polymer organic light emitting diode (P-OLED) devices, and Novaled, the leader in high efficiency p-i-n OLED structures and dopant materials, have agreed to collaborate under a joint development agreement to investigate the feasibility and benefits of new materials and Novaled PIN OLED™ structures in P-OLED devices.
Printed Electronics World
May 29, 2008
Clear Channel rolls out digital bill board posters

Clear Channel rolls out digital bill board posters

The biggest challenge to roll out more digital displays is the regulatory environment, not the capital cost.
Printed Electronics World
May 28, 2008
World's largest digital non-emissive display

World's largest digital non-emissive display

At the SID 2008 event last week, Kevin Luczkow of the Kraft Group discussed their use of large area displays in a new sports exhibit hall they are building. The Kraft Group's assets in sports and entertainment include the New England Patriots, the New England Revolution and Gillette Stadium.
Printed Electronics World
May 28, 2008
Impossible photovoltaics

Impossible photovoltaics

Conventional silicon photovoltaics is a non-starter in Antarctica because it is very poor at low angles of incidence of light let alone low levels of illumination or reflected light and it is heavy.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 12, 2008
Asian giants develop flex e-paper displays, but Europe first to market

Asian giants develop flex e-paper displays, but Europe first to market

East Asian giants progress flexible e-paper displays, but Europe first to commercialise
Printed Electronics World
Jun 10, 2008
New OLED lighting company in Japan

New OLED lighting company in Japan

Lumiotec claim to be the world's first company to specialize only on OLED lighting; New OLED line in China
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2008
Vibrant RFID markets

Vibrant RFID markets

The global RFID market continues its rapid growth as record orders up to $0.5 billion each are serviced. This year demand for RFID is on target for $5.3 billion globally as it powers its way to $27 billion in 2018. Indeed, much is now happening in Europe, although it is the US and China that share top slot as RFID spenders at present.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 9, 2008
Terahertz radiation could be used to detect early tumors

Terahertz radiation could be used to detect early tumors

An imaging systems that can detect naturally occurring terahertz radiation with unprecedented sensitivity and resolution may soon be able to detect early tumors.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 5, 2008
Printed electronics - the large companies move in

Printed electronics - the large companies move in

The IDTechEx conference Printed Electronics Asia in Tokyo on October 8-9 will reveal many new advances and initiatives by the giant corporations.
External Company Press Release
CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled plan to co-develop hybrid OLED devices

CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled plan to co-develop hybrid OLED devices

CDT, Sumitomo Chemical and Novaled will collaborate to evaluate Novaled PIN OLED structures in Polymer OLED devices.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 3, 2008
All eyes on printed electronics

All eyes on printed electronics

Analysts see printed electronics rising exponentially to around $300 billion in twenty years' time, with demand for conductive inks alone reaching several billion dollars yearly five years from now.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2008
E-Paper display news from Japan

E-Paper display news from Japan

IDTechEx summarise the latest on e-paper displays from Japan
External Company Press Release
CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled will collaborate

CDT, Sumitomo and Novaled will collaborate

CDT and Sumitomo Chemicals, leaders in polymer organic light emitting diode (P-OLED) devices, and Novaled, the leader in high efficiency p-i-n OLED structures and dopant materials, have agreed to collaborate under a joint development agreement to investigate the feasibility and benefits of new materials and Novaled PIN OLED™ structures in P-OLED devices.
Printed Electronics World
May 28, 2008
World's largest digital non-emissive display

World's largest digital non-emissive display

At the SID 2008 event last week, Kevin Luczkow of the Kraft Group discussed their use of large area displays in a new sports exhibit hall they are building. The Kraft Group's assets in sports and entertainment include the New England Patriots, the New England Revolution and Gillette Stadium.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 11, 2008
Recruitment: IDTechEx seek VP Technical Sales; VP Marketing

Recruitment: IDTechEx seek VP Technical Sales; VP Marketing

Recruitment opportunities at IDTechEx: join a fast growing, award winning company.
External Company Press Release
Gentag, Inc. and MacroArray Technologies join forces

Gentag, Inc. and MacroArray Technologies join forces

Gentag, Inc. and MacroArray Technologies have teamed to develop a new wireless test platform that will incorporate Gentag's cell phone-sensor technology with MacroArray's proteomics discovery technology to create a series of new disposable, wireless diagnostic tests.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics signs MOU to supply solar technology to Korean company

Plextronics signs MOU to supply solar technology to Korean company

Plextronics, Inc. has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Korea Parts & Fasteners (KPF) to create a research and development center for organic photovoltaic process development.
External Company Press Release
Electrically Conductive Adhesive for Silicone and Florinated Surfaces

Electrically Conductive Adhesive for Silicone and Florinated Surfaces

Creative Materials, Inc, offers a flexible, re-workable, electrically conductive adhesive, which has a unique advantage of adhering to most silicone and fluorinated substrates.
External Company Press Release
UV-inkjet OLEDs - A new technology

UV-inkjet OLEDs - A new technology

In time, it will be possible to develop printed OLEDs sufficiently to light up advertising posters with flashing lights and moving messages.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 4, 2008
Scientists create stretchable silicon circuits

Scientists create stretchable silicon circuits

Scientists have developed a new form of stretchable silicon integrated circuit that can wrap around complex shapes.
External Company Press Release
Darpa selects Bioident for joint development project

Darpa selects Bioident for joint development project

Project demonstrates potential of biosensors with integrated printed detectors for point-of-use tests.
Printed Electronics World
May 30, 2008
Plastic electronics - opportunity or future of semiconductor industry?

Plastic electronics - opportunity or future of semiconductor industry?

Dr Harry Zervos, Industry Analyst from IDTechEx says the move towards plastic electronics is a natural progression in the search for products and technologies which are 'greener', more efficient and ultimately more cost effective to produce.
Printed Electronics World
May 29, 2008
Clear Channel rolls out digital bill board posters

Clear Channel rolls out digital bill board posters

The biggest challenge to roll out more digital displays is the regulatory environment, not the capital cost.
Printed Electronics World
May 28, 2008
Impossible photovoltaics

Impossible photovoltaics

Conventional silicon photovoltaics is a non-starter in Antarctica because it is very poor at low angles of incidence of light let alone low levels of illumination or reflected light and it is heavy.
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