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American CIGS manufacturer sustains 10% efficiency

American CIGS manufacturer sustains 10% efficiency

Printed Electronics World
Jan 30, 2008
RFID cell phone patent for diagnostic applications allowed in Korea

RFID cell phone patent for diagnostic applications allowed in Korea

Gentag Inc, US has been notified by the Korean Patent Office that its patent entitled
Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2008
New e-reader with mobile phone finally goes into production - UK

New e-reader with mobile phone finally goes into production - UK

Polymer Vision's e-reader with mobile phone has finally gone into production after 10 years of research & development and more than two years after the prototype was demonstrated at a consumer electronics trade fair.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2008
Fabric based sensing - a challenge in physiological monitoring devices

Fabric based sensing - a challenge in physiological monitoring devices

Zephyr Technology, New Zealand and SIGMA SPORT® Germany announce an OEM agreement whereby Zephyr will supply best-in-class smart fabric-based, heart rate monitoring (HRM) products.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2008
Green OLED emitter offers world class efficiency performance, UK

Green OLED emitter offers world class efficiency performance, UK

OLED-T, UK announced a green phosphorescent OLED material with world class efficiency performance.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 24, 2008
New direction for printed electronics in 2008

New direction for printed electronics in 2008

The money spent on printed and potentially printed electronics doubled in 2007, as did the number of organisations participating.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 23, 2008
Contact lenses with circuits could be a platform for superhuman vision

Contact lenses with circuits could be a platform for superhuman vision

Engineers at the University of Washington, US have for the first time used manufacturing techniques at microscopic scales to combine a flexible, biologically safe contact lens with an imprinted electronic circuit and lights.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 22, 2008
Nanoident secures investment from leading European technology pioneer

Nanoident secures investment from leading European technology pioneer

Investment community sees outperforming opportunities in printed semiconductor market.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2008
RFID takes off - big time

RFID takes off - big time

Zebra Technologies has recently bought several impressive RFID companies, putting over $200 million on the table. In different RFID sectors, Assa Abloy buys at least one RFID company every year. Inside Contactless has just raised $38 million to boost its effort on RFID enabled mobile phones with the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer Nokia leading the group of investors. Clearly RFID is taking off - big time.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2008
Japan to probe seabed for deposits of rare metals

Japan to probe seabed for deposits of rare metals

The Japanese government has secretly been looking at probing the seabed from next spring for deposits of ultra-rare metals.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 17, 2008
Saint-Gobain and Novaled announce a breakthrough for OLEDs

Saint-Gobain and Novaled announce a breakthrough for OLEDs

Saint-Gobain and Novaled have demonstrated the feasibility of large area OLEDs, based on a new high-performance metallic anode.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 16, 2008
Review of RFID in 2007

Review of RFID in 2007

In the build up to the annual IDTechEx RFID USA event in Boston this February and the latest IDTechEx RFID forecasts, Raghu Das reviews RFID progress in 2007.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 15, 2008
A new printed electronics company in Linz, Austria

A new printed electronics company in Linz, Austria

Printed batteries and printed displays will be the first products of prelonic technologies OG, a new High-Tech company recently founded in Linz, Austria.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2008
Biohybrids can generate force to grip, pump, walk, or swim - USA

Biohybrids can generate force to grip, pump, walk, or swim - USA

Researchers have found that a rubberlike, elastic film coated with a single layer of cardiac muscle cells can engage in lifelike gripping, pumping, walking, and swimming.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2008
Enhancement of polymer luminescence from multi-walled carbon nanotubes

Enhancement of polymer luminescence from multi-walled carbon nanotubes

Organic based solution processable devices may revolutionise the lighting and photovoltaic industries of the future.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 10, 2008
Understanding photosynthesis to optimise printed photovoltaics - US

Understanding photosynthesis to optimise printed photovoltaics - US

Dye sensitised solar cells and organic photovoltaics mimic photosynthesis.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 9, 2008
Doubling of interest in printed electronics

Doubling of interest in printed electronics

The interest in printed electronics has doubled in the last year. This is the conclusion whether you measure it by organisations active in the subject, event attendance, patent filings or in some other way.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2008
3D printed silicon transistors - Japan

3D printed silicon transistors - Japan

Following the recent breathrough of the US company Kovio in printing nanosilicon transistors in thousands with much smaller size and better performance than printed polymer transistors we now have 3D printing of silicon, a completely different process.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2008
Intel USA quits third world laptop project

Intel USA quits third world laptop project

Intel has withdrawn from one of the schemes to supply children in the developing world with $100 laptop computers after a dispute with its partners in the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 4, 2008
Korea develops high resolution color flexible A4-size E-paper display

Korea develops high resolution color flexible A4-size E-paper display

A leading innovator of thin-film transistor liquid crystal display technology announced today that it will debut the world's highest resolution 14.3-inch flexible color E-paper display next week.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 30, 2008
RFID cell phone patent for diagnostic applications allowed in Korea

RFID cell phone patent for diagnostic applications allowed in Korea

Gentag Inc, US has been notified by the Korean Patent Office that its patent entitled
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2008
Fabric based sensing - a challenge in physiological monitoring devices

Fabric based sensing - a challenge in physiological monitoring devices

Zephyr Technology, New Zealand and SIGMA SPORT® Germany announce an OEM agreement whereby Zephyr will supply best-in-class smart fabric-based, heart rate monitoring (HRM) products.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 24, 2008
New direction for printed electronics in 2008

New direction for printed electronics in 2008

The money spent on printed and potentially printed electronics doubled in 2007, as did the number of organisations participating.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 22, 2008
Nanoident secures investment from leading European technology pioneer

Nanoident secures investment from leading European technology pioneer

Investment community sees outperforming opportunities in printed semiconductor market.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2008
Japan to probe seabed for deposits of rare metals

Japan to probe seabed for deposits of rare metals

The Japanese government has secretly been looking at probing the seabed from next spring for deposits of ultra-rare metals.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 16, 2008
Review of RFID in 2007

Review of RFID in 2007

In the build up to the annual IDTechEx RFID USA event in Boston this February and the latest IDTechEx RFID forecasts, Raghu Das reviews RFID progress in 2007.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2008
Biohybrids can generate force to grip, pump, walk, or swim - USA

Biohybrids can generate force to grip, pump, walk, or swim - USA

Researchers have found that a rubberlike, elastic film coated with a single layer of cardiac muscle cells can engage in lifelike gripping, pumping, walking, and swimming.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 10, 2008
Understanding photosynthesis to optimise printed photovoltaics - US

Understanding photosynthesis to optimise printed photovoltaics - US

Dye sensitised solar cells and organic photovoltaics mimic photosynthesis.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2008
3D printed silicon transistors - Japan

3D printed silicon transistors - Japan

Following the recent breathrough of the US company Kovio in printing nanosilicon transistors in thousands with much smaller size and better performance than printed polymer transistors we now have 3D printing of silicon, a completely different process.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 4, 2008
Korea develops high resolution color flexible A4-size E-paper display

Korea develops high resolution color flexible A4-size E-paper display

A leading innovator of thin-film transistor liquid crystal display technology announced today that it will debut the world's highest resolution 14.3-inch flexible color E-paper display next week.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2008
New e-reader with mobile phone finally goes into production - UK

New e-reader with mobile phone finally goes into production - UK

Polymer Vision's e-reader with mobile phone has finally gone into production after 10 years of research & development and more than two years after the prototype was demonstrated at a consumer electronics trade fair.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2008
Green OLED emitter offers world class efficiency performance, UK

Green OLED emitter offers world class efficiency performance, UK

OLED-T, UK announced a green phosphorescent OLED material with world class efficiency performance.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 23, 2008
Contact lenses with circuits could be a platform for superhuman vision

Contact lenses with circuits could be a platform for superhuman vision

Engineers at the University of Washington, US have for the first time used manufacturing techniques at microscopic scales to combine a flexible, biologically safe contact lens with an imprinted electronic circuit and lights.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2008
RFID takes off - big time

RFID takes off - big time

Zebra Technologies has recently bought several impressive RFID companies, putting over $200 million on the table. In different RFID sectors, Assa Abloy buys at least one RFID company every year. Inside Contactless has just raised $38 million to boost its effort on RFID enabled mobile phones with the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer Nokia leading the group of investors. Clearly RFID is taking off - big time.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 17, 2008
Saint-Gobain and Novaled announce a breakthrough for OLEDs

Saint-Gobain and Novaled announce a breakthrough for OLEDs

Saint-Gobain and Novaled have demonstrated the feasibility of large area OLEDs, based on a new high-performance metallic anode.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 15, 2008
A new printed electronics company in Linz, Austria

A new printed electronics company in Linz, Austria

Printed batteries and printed displays will be the first products of prelonic technologies OG, a new High-Tech company recently founded in Linz, Austria.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2008
Enhancement of polymer luminescence from multi-walled carbon nanotubes

Enhancement of polymer luminescence from multi-walled carbon nanotubes

Organic based solution processable devices may revolutionise the lighting and photovoltaic industries of the future.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 9, 2008
Doubling of interest in printed electronics

Doubling of interest in printed electronics

The interest in printed electronics has doubled in the last year. This is the conclusion whether you measure it by organisations active in the subject, event attendance, patent filings or in some other way.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2008
Intel USA quits third world laptop project

Intel USA quits third world laptop project

Intel has withdrawn from one of the schemes to supply children in the developing world with $100 laptop computers after a dispute with its partners in the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project.
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