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Plastic electronics - opportunity or future of semiconductor industry?

Plastic electronics - opportunity or future of semiconductor industry?

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
May 27, 2008
Around the world with dye-sensitized solar cells

Around the world with dye-sensitized solar cells

Dr Zervos at IDTechEx looks at the global picture for dye-sensitized solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
May 26, 2008
OLEDs versus the $100 billion LCD juggernaut

OLEDs versus the $100 billion LCD juggernaut

The global market for AM LCD displays has now exceeded $100 billion, thanks recently to the fast growth of TVs being flat panel LCD versions rather than CRT versions. How do OLEDs fit in?
Printed Electronics World
May 23, 2008
Delphi to use E Inks next generation of SDCs for long range key fob

Delphi to use E Inks next generation of SDCs for long range key fob

The latest generation of E Ink's segmented display cells provides a viewable angle of nearly 180 degrees and can be viewed under a variety of lighting conditions from direct sun to low-level ambient light.
Printed Electronics World
May 22, 2008
Cycling jacket with indicator lights

Cycling jacket with indicator lights

Thanks to the design of an innovative jacket by a Middlesex University student in the UK, cyclists will be seen in the dark when giving hand signals.
External Company Press Release
New conductive polymer thick films enable fine line screen printing

New conductive polymer thick films enable fine line screen printing

P-series silver-based conductor pastes are designed for use on low temperature plastic substrates typically found in such applications as display electrodes, touch screen sensors, heaters, RFID antenna, biosensors and membrane switches.
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2008
IDTechEx launches: Printed and Thin Film Photovoltaics and Batteries

IDTechEx launches: Printed and Thin Film Photovoltaics and Batteries

IDTechEx has just launched a comprehensive report that gives a thorough analysis of printed and thin film photovoltaics and batteries - covering the technologies, markets and players.
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2008
PV news roundup from the 33rd IEEE PV Event

PV news roundup from the 33rd IEEE PV Event

Over the last three years significant developments have been made with efficiency of organic based PV cells.
Printed Electronics World
May 20, 2008
Photovoltaics - The macroeconomic view

Photovoltaics - The macroeconomic view

Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx summarises the 33rd Annual IEEE Photovoltaics event and the state of the industry in the first part of this two part article.
Printed Electronics World
May 20, 2008
Undergraduates develop dirt-powered microbial fuel cells

Undergraduates develop dirt-powered microbial fuel cells

A Harvard team who developed an innovative, microbial fuel cell-based lighting system suitable for Sub-Saharan Africa won a $200,000 grant.
External Company Press Release
OLED-T sets out electron injector and transport material leadership

OLED-T sets out electron injector and transport material leadership

OLED-T has the industry's leading electron injector and transport materials.
External Company Press Release
OLED-T announces electron injector OLED material

OLED-T announces electron injector OLED material

The new electron injector material had a 66 per cent performance improvement in brightness and 30 per cent reduction in driving voltage.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2008
Chemnitz developing a new centre for Smart Systems

Chemnitz developing a new centre for Smart Systems

The new Smart Systems Campus, offers 2500 sqm of office space, lab and production floors for young start-ups and spin-offs from mid next year.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2008
Battery charge indicators revolutionized by Toronto company

Battery charge indicators revolutionized by Toronto company

Opalux has invented a low-cost battery charge indicator that provides a constant reading of the charge and health of a battery.
Printed Electronics World
May 16, 2008
Japanese companies introduce RFID Crystagram label

Japanese companies introduce RFID Crystagram label

Currently, counterfeiting and the illegal distribution of many brand goods and other products continues throughout the world but now many countries and industries have introduced countermeasures using cutting-edge technologies.
Printed Electronics World
May 15, 2008
Lithium ion cells are showing their power

Lithium ion cells are showing their power

Lithium ion batteries have a relatively short lifespan and in extreme circumstances can catch fire or even explode.
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
May 27, 2008
Around the world with dye-sensitized solar cells

Around the world with dye-sensitized solar cells

Dr Zervos at IDTechEx looks at the global picture for dye-sensitized solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
May 23, 2008
Delphi to use E Inks next generation of SDCs for long range key fob

Delphi to use E Inks next generation of SDCs for long range key fob

The latest generation of E Ink's segmented display cells provides a viewable angle of nearly 180 degrees and can be viewed under a variety of lighting conditions from direct sun to low-level ambient light.
External Company Press Release
New conductive polymer thick films enable fine line screen printing

New conductive polymer thick films enable fine line screen printing

P-series silver-based conductor pastes are designed for use on low temperature plastic substrates typically found in such applications as display electrodes, touch screen sensors, heaters, RFID antenna, biosensors and membrane switches.
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2008
PV news roundup from the 33rd IEEE PV Event

PV news roundup from the 33rd IEEE PV Event

Over the last three years significant developments have been made with efficiency of organic based PV cells.
Printed Electronics World
May 20, 2008
Undergraduates develop dirt-powered microbial fuel cells

Undergraduates develop dirt-powered microbial fuel cells

A Harvard team who developed an innovative, microbial fuel cell-based lighting system suitable for Sub-Saharan Africa won a $200,000 grant.
External Company Press Release
OLED-T announces electron injector OLED material

OLED-T announces electron injector OLED material

The new electron injector material had a 66 per cent performance improvement in brightness and 30 per cent reduction in driving voltage.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2008
Battery charge indicators revolutionized by Toronto company

Battery charge indicators revolutionized by Toronto company

Opalux has invented a low-cost battery charge indicator that provides a constant reading of the charge and health of a battery.
Printed Electronics World
May 15, 2008
Lithium ion cells are showing their power

Lithium ion cells are showing their power

Lithium ion batteries have a relatively short lifespan and in extreme circumstances can catch fire or even explode.
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.
Printed Electronics World
May 26, 2008
OLEDs versus the $100 billion LCD juggernaut

OLEDs versus the $100 billion LCD juggernaut

The global market for AM LCD displays has now exceeded $100 billion, thanks recently to the fast growth of TVs being flat panel LCD versions rather than CRT versions. How do OLEDs fit in?
Printed Electronics World
May 22, 2008
Cycling jacket with indicator lights

Cycling jacket with indicator lights

Thanks to the design of an innovative jacket by a Middlesex University student in the UK, cyclists will be seen in the dark when giving hand signals.
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2008
IDTechEx launches: Printed and Thin Film Photovoltaics and Batteries

IDTechEx launches: Printed and Thin Film Photovoltaics and Batteries

IDTechEx has just launched a comprehensive report that gives a thorough analysis of printed and thin film photovoltaics and batteries - covering the technologies, markets and players.
Printed Electronics World
May 20, 2008
Photovoltaics - The macroeconomic view

Photovoltaics - The macroeconomic view

Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx summarises the 33rd Annual IEEE Photovoltaics event and the state of the industry in the first part of this two part article.
External Company Press Release
OLED-T sets out electron injector and transport material leadership

OLED-T sets out electron injector and transport material leadership

OLED-T has the industry's leading electron injector and transport materials.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2008
Chemnitz developing a new centre for Smart Systems

Chemnitz developing a new centre for Smart Systems

The new Smart Systems Campus, offers 2500 sqm of office space, lab and production floors for young start-ups and spin-offs from mid next year.
Printed Electronics World
May 16, 2008
Japanese companies introduce RFID Crystagram label

Japanese companies introduce RFID Crystagram label

Currently, counterfeiting and the illegal distribution of many brand goods and other products continues throughout the world but now many countries and industries have introduced countermeasures using cutting-edge technologies.
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