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Printed electronics is pivotal to the future of mobile phones

Printed electronics is pivotal to the future of mobile phones

Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2007
Breakthrough in inspection of organic electronics

Breakthrough in inspection of organic electronics

We are increasingly seeing demonstrations, samples and first products of printed electronic transistors and other products. Companies are focusing on yield improvements and a necessary part of this is adequate inspection of devices, preferably at high speed.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2007
An electric belt for non invasive pain management

An electric belt for non invasive pain management

A belt that allows a carefully controlled micro-current to flow completely through the pain source, could ease back pain for many sufferers. It will use printed batteries as more powerful versions become available and printed electronics components as suitable ones become available.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 26, 2007
Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition - world's largest

Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition - world's largest

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition in San Francisco on November 14-15 is the World's largest event on the topic by many parameters. Even with almost a month to go, there are 45 confirmed exhibitors with just a few places left and more than 400 registered delegates.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 25, 2007
Switzerland printing transistors with nano-ink

Switzerland printing transistors with nano-ink

By laser-treating ink consisting of coated nano-particles of metal, scientists in Switzerland are able to manufacture a wide variety of printed microelectronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 24, 2007
Sharp embeds sensors in LCDs in Japan

Sharp embeds sensors in LCDs in Japan

Optical sensors built into pixels of LCD panels result in a thinner, beautifully clear screen display compared to conventional touch screens.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 24, 2007
RFID in Japan

RFID in Japan

IDTechEx has been on the road again, finding out what is the latest in the RFID world. We recently went to Japan, where we met with several companies very active with major projects in the field, but in different sectors. Here we summarise the progress of RFID in Japan.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 23, 2007
Sensors used in aircraft may help glaucoma sufferers

Sensors used in aircraft may help glaucoma sufferers

A sensor developed by researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Microelectric Circuits and Systems IMS in Duisburg, Germany may be able to greatly reduce the visits to the physician by glaucoma sufferers in the future.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 22, 2007
Would electronic devices be free of toxic substances if printed?

Would electronic devices be free of toxic substances if printed?

Consumer electronics will mostly be made by printing in the years to come, but the interesting question is whether it will be poisonous either at the level of the factory or the level of the user?
Printed Electronics World
Oct 19, 2007
OE-A Germany helps R&D activities and product plans

OE-A Germany helps R&D activities and product plans

The second version of the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) roadmap provides a forecast for the market entry of printed electronics through 2015 and beyond.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2007
Thorn OLED Project UK has potential to replace conventional lighting

Thorn OLED Project UK has potential to replace conventional lighting

Thorn Lighting heads partnership of leading UK players to open up exciting possibilities for OLED technology .
Printed Electronics World
Oct 17, 2007
US Printed Electronics conference will have many amazing demos

US Printed Electronics conference will have many amazing demos

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event in San Francisco, 11-15 November, is being deluged with breakthrough products that will be on show.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 16, 2007
The good and bad news about printed electronics in Europe

The good and bad news about printed electronics in Europe

Europe has far more organisations active in the subject of printed and potentially printed electronics than any other continent.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2007
The huge impact of printed transistors

The huge impact of printed transistors

A new range of transistors using thin films of organic or inorganic compounds as the semiconductors and gate dielectrics are being pursued by organizations in over 30 countries. The new IDTechEx report
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2007
The one-stop RFID event to learn, network and plan the future

The one-stop RFID event to learn, network and plan the future

The eighth IDTechEx RFID Europe event broke all previous records with over 350 delegates from 19 countries who heard major corporations sharing their RFID success and needs.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2007
The countries and technologies that matter most in printed electronics

The countries and technologies that matter most in printed electronics

Transistors are the engine of the new electronics just as the silicon chip is the engine of the traditional electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 12, 2007
New type of flexible transistor created at room temperature - Korea/US

New type of flexible transistor created at room temperature - Korea/US

Products like the flexible transistor will account for 10 percent of the information technology (IT) device market within the next 10 years say researchers at KIST.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 11, 2007
Digital Fabrication / Non Impact Printing Conference - Alaska Day 5

Digital Fabrication / Non Impact Printing Conference - Alaska Day 5

Alan Hodgson follows up with his third report on the Digital Fabrication conference held in Alaska, 16-21 September 2007
Printed Electronics World
Oct 10, 2007
PETeC Procurement of Equipment Underway in UK

PETeC Procurement of Equipment Underway in UK

Procurement of equipment is already underway for printing conductive inks, metallised circuits and novel barrier layers onto flexible substrates and further R&D programmes for new customers will be introduced in the coming months.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 10, 2007
Light-emitting Sticking Plaster in UK to Treat Common Skin Cancers

Light-emitting Sticking Plaster in UK to Treat Common Skin Cancers

Researchers have developed and tested a wearable new light-emitting 'sticking plaster' that will revolutionise the treatment of skin cancer.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2007
Breakthrough in inspection of organic electronics

Breakthrough in inspection of organic electronics

We are increasingly seeing demonstrations, samples and first products of printed electronic transistors and other products. Companies are focusing on yield improvements and a necessary part of this is adequate inspection of devices, preferably at high speed.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 26, 2007
Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition - world's largest

Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition - world's largest

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition in San Francisco on November 14-15 is the World's largest event on the topic by many parameters. Even with almost a month to go, there are 45 confirmed exhibitors with just a few places left and more than 400 registered delegates.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 24, 2007
Sharp embeds sensors in LCDs in Japan

Sharp embeds sensors in LCDs in Japan

Optical sensors built into pixels of LCD panels result in a thinner, beautifully clear screen display compared to conventional touch screens.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 23, 2007
Sensors used in aircraft may help glaucoma sufferers

Sensors used in aircraft may help glaucoma sufferers

A sensor developed by researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Microelectric Circuits and Systems IMS in Duisburg, Germany may be able to greatly reduce the visits to the physician by glaucoma sufferers in the future.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 19, 2007
OE-A Germany helps R&D activities and product plans

OE-A Germany helps R&D activities and product plans

The second version of the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) roadmap provides a forecast for the market entry of printed electronics through 2015 and beyond.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 17, 2007
US Printed Electronics conference will have many amazing demos

US Printed Electronics conference will have many amazing demos

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event in San Francisco, 11-15 November, is being deluged with breakthrough products that will be on show.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2007
The huge impact of printed transistors

The huge impact of printed transistors

A new range of transistors using thin films of organic or inorganic compounds as the semiconductors and gate dielectrics are being pursued by organizations in over 30 countries. The new IDTechEx report
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2007
The countries and technologies that matter most in printed electronics

The countries and technologies that matter most in printed electronics

Transistors are the engine of the new electronics just as the silicon chip is the engine of the traditional electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 11, 2007
Digital Fabrication / Non Impact Printing Conference - Alaska Day 5

Digital Fabrication / Non Impact Printing Conference - Alaska Day 5

Alan Hodgson follows up with his third report on the Digital Fabrication conference held in Alaska, 16-21 September 2007
Printed Electronics World
Oct 10, 2007
Light-emitting Sticking Plaster in UK to Treat Common Skin Cancers

Light-emitting Sticking Plaster in UK to Treat Common Skin Cancers

Researchers have developed and tested a wearable new light-emitting 'sticking plaster' that will revolutionise the treatment of skin cancer.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2007
An electric belt for non invasive pain management

An electric belt for non invasive pain management

A belt that allows a carefully controlled micro-current to flow completely through the pain source, could ease back pain for many sufferers. It will use printed batteries as more powerful versions become available and printed electronics components as suitable ones become available.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 25, 2007
Switzerland printing transistors with nano-ink

Switzerland printing transistors with nano-ink

By laser-treating ink consisting of coated nano-particles of metal, scientists in Switzerland are able to manufacture a wide variety of printed microelectronics.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 24, 2007
RFID in Japan

RFID in Japan

IDTechEx has been on the road again, finding out what is the latest in the RFID world. We recently went to Japan, where we met with several companies very active with major projects in the field, but in different sectors. Here we summarise the progress of RFID in Japan.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 22, 2007
Would electronic devices be free of toxic substances if printed?

Would electronic devices be free of toxic substances if printed?

Consumer electronics will mostly be made by printing in the years to come, but the interesting question is whether it will be poisonous either at the level of the factory or the level of the user?
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2007
Thorn OLED Project UK has potential to replace conventional lighting

Thorn OLED Project UK has potential to replace conventional lighting

Thorn Lighting heads partnership of leading UK players to open up exciting possibilities for OLED technology .
Printed Electronics World
Oct 16, 2007
The good and bad news about printed electronics in Europe

The good and bad news about printed electronics in Europe

Europe has far more organisations active in the subject of printed and potentially printed electronics than any other continent.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2007
The one-stop RFID event to learn, network and plan the future

The one-stop RFID event to learn, network and plan the future

The eighth IDTechEx RFID Europe event broke all previous records with over 350 delegates from 19 countries who heard major corporations sharing their RFID success and needs.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 12, 2007
New type of flexible transistor created at room temperature - Korea/US

New type of flexible transistor created at room temperature - Korea/US

Products like the flexible transistor will account for 10 percent of the information technology (IT) device market within the next 10 years say researchers at KIST.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 10, 2007
PETeC Procurement of Equipment Underway in UK

PETeC Procurement of Equipment Underway in UK

Procurement of equipment is already underway for printing conductive inks, metallised circuits and novel barrier layers onto flexible substrates and further R&D programmes for new customers will be introduced in the coming months.
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