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Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 1

Progress of OLED displays in East Asia - part 1

Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2008
HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

Last year, about $2.5 billion was spent on tags and systems at HF (13.56MHz), ten times the amount on RFID at any other frequency and representing 50% of the global RFID market. Now IDTechEx tracks a rush of technology innovation and new market opportunities.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 28, 2008
Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Scientists from Tokyo University have just revealed a reliable method to inkjet print dots of one micron on to flexible film.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 27, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

One day there may be laws to tag all 150 million dogs in China and 2.4 billion pigs yearly but IDTechEx finds that there is no hurry to do this and when it is done it will almost certainly be on a province by province basis.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 26, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

The Chinese are anxious to leapfrog the foreign competition in RFID and they are trialling the U-Code alternative to EPC as something lower cost, simpler and more likely to have printed logic, not just antennas.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 25, 2008
A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

The company states that they have developed the world's first method for fabricating a honeycomb structure on the surface of a 150-millimeter square multi-crystalline silicon by combining laser patterning and wet etching.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 24, 2008
Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

South Korean engineers say that they had developed a new transparent electrode that could reduce the production costs of display screens used in computers and mobile phones.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 21, 2008
Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

NIST, USA have set the stage for building the "evolutionary link" between the microelectronics of today built from semiconductor compounds and future generations of devices made largely from complex organic molecules.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2008
Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Texas-based Nano-Proprietary, Inc. announced that its subsidiary Applied Nanotech, Inc. ('ANI") received a notice of allowance for its patent titled "Nanobiosensor and carbon nanotube thin film transistor.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2008
A new milestone for OLED efficiency

A new milestone for OLED efficiency

OLED flat light sources are approaching the values of conventional lighting solutions.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2008
Electric Skin

Electric Skin

A silk garment printed with LEDs using Elumin8 technology that turns the intimate breath of the wearer into pulses of light was exhibited at the Back Gallery Project in Vancouver, Canada.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2008
US government to make solar energy more cost competitive

US government to make solar energy more cost competitive

Eleven technology led projects will focus on developing advanced solar photovoltaic (PV) technology manufacturing processes and products.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 14, 2008
Cheap energy may be on the horizon

Cheap energy may be on the horizon

US based company Konarka Technologies has published the performance of highly efficient inkjet printed organic bulk heterojunction solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2008
GE demonstrates world's first ''roll-to-roll'' manufactured OLED's

GE demonstrates world's first ''roll-to-roll'' manufactured OLED's

Newspaper printing-like processing, the key to making next generation lighting technology low cost and commercially viable.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 12, 2008
Printed electronics focuses in Dresden

Printed electronics focuses in Dresden

The vibrant new printed electronics industry is being created as energetically in Germany as anywhere else in the world.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 11, 2008
Bed sheets monitor heart patients in their own home

Bed sheets monitor heart patients in their own home

Bed sheets with built in sensors are being developed so that heart patients can take a more proactive role at home in the treatment and management of their condition thereby reducing the overall healthcare costs in the EU.
External Company Press Release
Trident launches 256Jet-D inkjet printhead for printed electronics

Trident launches 256Jet-D inkjet printhead for printed electronics

Versatile, serviceable design enhances efficiency and allows for 5x higher resolution than possible with screen printing.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2008
Loc8tor increasingly uses printed electronics

Loc8tor increasingly uses printed electronics

These very affordable hand held devices and tiny tags permit items, people and animals to be located in 3D and, where necessary, electronically ring fenced.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2008
Hot RFID topics revealed at RFID Smart Labels USA

Hot RFID topics revealed at RFID Smart Labels USA

What a difference a year makes. RFID progress from highlights at the IDTechEx RFID Smart Labels USA event.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 7, 2008
Mesh that wraps around the heart

Mesh that wraps around the heart

Webbing that wraps around the heart could free patients from a lifetime of anti-rejection drugs.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2008
HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

HF RFID - the Great Leap Forward

Last year, about $2.5 billion was spent on tags and systems at HF (13.56MHz), ten times the amount on RFID at any other frequency and representing 50% of the global RFID market. Now IDTechEx tracks a rush of technology innovation and new market opportunities.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 27, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 2

One day there may be laws to tag all 150 million dogs in China and 2.4 billion pigs yearly but IDTechEx finds that there is no hurry to do this and when it is done it will almost certainly be on a province by province basis.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 25, 2008
A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

A world record photoelectric conversion efficiency rate of 18.6%

The company states that they have developed the world's first method for fabricating a honeycomb structure on the surface of a 150-millimeter square multi-crystalline silicon by combining laser patterning and wet etching.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 21, 2008
Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

Team proves bridge from conventional to molecular electronics possible

NIST, USA have set the stage for building the "evolutionary link" between the microelectronics of today built from semiconductor compounds and future generations of devices made largely from complex organic molecules.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2008
A new milestone for OLED efficiency

A new milestone for OLED efficiency

OLED flat light sources are approaching the values of conventional lighting solutions.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2008
US government to make solar energy more cost competitive

US government to make solar energy more cost competitive

Eleven technology led projects will focus on developing advanced solar photovoltaic (PV) technology manufacturing processes and products.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2008
GE demonstrates world's first ''roll-to-roll'' manufactured OLED's

GE demonstrates world's first ''roll-to-roll'' manufactured OLED's

Newspaper printing-like processing, the key to making next generation lighting technology low cost and commercially viable.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 11, 2008
Bed sheets monitor heart patients in their own home

Bed sheets monitor heart patients in their own home

Bed sheets with built in sensors are being developed so that heart patients can take a more proactive role at home in the treatment and management of their condition thereby reducing the overall healthcare costs in the EU.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2008
Loc8tor increasingly uses printed electronics

Loc8tor increasingly uses printed electronics

These very affordable hand held devices and tiny tags permit items, people and animals to be located in 3D and, where necessary, electronically ring fenced.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 7, 2008
Mesh that wraps around the heart

Mesh that wraps around the heart

Webbing that wraps around the heart could free patients from a lifetime of anti-rejection drugs.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 28, 2008
Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Much finer detail possible with inkjet in Japan

Scientists from Tokyo University have just revealed a reliable method to inkjet print dots of one micron on to flexible film.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 26, 2008
China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

China repositions in RFID and prints more Part 1

The Chinese are anxious to leapfrog the foreign competition in RFID and they are trialling the U-Code alternative to EPC as something lower cost, simpler and more likely to have printed logic, not just antennas.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 24, 2008
Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

Engineers create transparent electrodes for display screens

South Korean engineers say that they had developed a new transparent electrode that could reduce the production costs of display screens used in computers and mobile phones.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2008
Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Nano-Proprietary, inc announces nanobiosensor patent

Texas-based Nano-Proprietary, Inc. announced that its subsidiary Applied Nanotech, Inc. ('ANI") received a notice of allowance for its patent titled "Nanobiosensor and carbon nanotube thin film transistor.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2008
Electric Skin

Electric Skin

A silk garment printed with LEDs using Elumin8 technology that turns the intimate breath of the wearer into pulses of light was exhibited at the Back Gallery Project in Vancouver, Canada.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 14, 2008
Cheap energy may be on the horizon

Cheap energy may be on the horizon

US based company Konarka Technologies has published the performance of highly efficient inkjet printed organic bulk heterojunction solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 12, 2008
Printed electronics focuses in Dresden

Printed electronics focuses in Dresden

The vibrant new printed electronics industry is being created as energetically in Germany as anywhere else in the world.
External Company Press Release
Trident launches 256Jet-D inkjet printhead for printed electronics

Trident launches 256Jet-D inkjet printhead for printed electronics

Versatile, serviceable design enhances efficiency and allows for 5x higher resolution than possible with screen printing.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 10, 2008
Hot RFID topics revealed at RFID Smart Labels USA

Hot RFID topics revealed at RFID Smart Labels USA

What a difference a year makes. RFID progress from highlights at the IDTechEx RFID Smart Labels USA event.
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