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Vitex and Novaled will cooperate on OLED thin film encapsulation

Vitex and Novaled will cooperate on OLED thin film encapsulation

Printed Electronics World
Aug 28, 2008
A World without wires

A World without wires

A World without wires is something that many of us dream about.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2008
Novaled achieves break through in organic CMOS-type tec

Novaled achieves break through in organic CMOS-type tec

The success of today's digital electronics is based on the CMOS technology.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 26, 2008
Alternative displays

Alternative displays

Single-wall carbon nanotube (CNT) thin-film transistors (TFTs) are now possible for flexible displays and electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 25, 2008
Ambient intelligence

Ambient intelligence

The European Commission is backing what it calls ambient intelligence (AMI), with a particular focus on the disabled. Printed electronics will be central in realising these ambitious concepts for unobtrusive devices.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 22, 2008
2041 and G24i debut first solar sail

2041 and G24i debut first solar sail

Dye-Sensitised Thin Film solar cells manufactured by G24 Innovations (G24i) have been integrated into the sail of Swan's '2041' boat, which is currently sailing around the world raising awareness on climate change.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 21, 2008
Microbatteries built with viruses

Microbatteries built with viruses

MIT engineers in the USA have been working on pioneering research to develop tiny microbatteries about half the size of a human cell, built with viruses.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 20, 2008
Ultrafast computers a step closer but OLED efficiencies look bleak

Ultrafast computers a step closer but OLED efficiencies look bleak

University of Utah, physicists have moved a step forward in building an organic "spin transistor": a plastic semiconductor switch for future ultrafast computers and electronics but OLED efficiencies look bleak.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2008
Scientists mimic essence of plants' energy storage system

Scientists mimic essence of plants' energy storage system

MIT researchers have overcome a major barrier to large-scale solar power: storing energy for use when the sun doesn't shine.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 18, 2008
Solar cell efficiency record for space satellite markets

Solar cell efficiency record for space satellite markets

A world record of 40.8 percent in solar cell efficiency with a photovoltaic device has been claimed by the Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in the US.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 15, 2008
E coli sensors using silk

E coli sensors using silk

Researchers at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, have made electronic biosensors that identify bacteria in poultry plants.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 14, 2008
Rapid Improvements in Real Time Locating Systems

Rapid Improvements in Real Time Locating Systems

One reason why the market for Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) is growing rapidly to pass the billion dollar mark well within ten years is technology. It is improving rapidly, with new variants for the many new sub sectors of the market that are emerging.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 14, 2008
Increased activity in OLED market

Increased activity in OLED market

Although OLED technology is still developing there is currently a notable market presence of OLEDs in electronic devices and displays.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 13, 2008
Printed inorganic phase change memory

Printed inorganic phase change memory

Materials used in CDs and DVDs form the basis of a technology that one day could replace flash memory cards used in laptops, cellphones, cameras and other electronic devices.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 12, 2008
3D Metamaterial

3D Metamaterial

Researcher claims to have made 3D metamaterial with a negative refractive index.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 11, 2008
Scientists create imaging device based on the human eye

Scientists create imaging device based on the human eye

some of the most compelling areas of future application involve the intimate, conformal integration of electronics with the human body in ways that are inconceivable using established technology.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 8, 2008
The buzz of the chase

The buzz of the chase

Scientists from Queen Mary, University of London are helping to perfect a technique used to catch serial killers, by testing it on bumblebees.
External Company Press Release
New generation frontside metallization material more efficient for PV

New generation frontside metallization material more efficient for PV

DuPont Microcircuit Materials introduces new Solamet® PV159 for photovoltaic solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 7, 2008
OLEDs to be rescued by inorganic chemistry?

OLEDs to be rescued by inorganic chemistry?

The largest potential market for OLEDs is for mass produced, flexible, low cost versions, particularly wide area types with long life because they enable many exciting new product concepts to be realised rather than replace existing displays in familiar devices.
External Company Press Release
Henkel's Wafer Backside Coating revolutionizes die attach processes

Henkel's Wafer Backside Coating revolutionizes die attach processes

Utilizing the proven materials deposition techniques of stencil printing, screen printing and spin coating, Henkel's WBC solution allows packaging specialists to efficiently coat the back of wafers with die attach materials down to 20 microns in thickness.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 28, 2008
A World without wires

A World without wires

A World without wires is something that many of us dream about.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 26, 2008
Alternative displays

Alternative displays

Single-wall carbon nanotube (CNT) thin-film transistors (TFTs) are now possible for flexible displays and electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 22, 2008
2041 and G24i debut first solar sail

2041 and G24i debut first solar sail

Dye-Sensitised Thin Film solar cells manufactured by G24 Innovations (G24i) have been integrated into the sail of Swan's '2041' boat, which is currently sailing around the world raising awareness on climate change.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 20, 2008
Ultrafast computers a step closer but OLED efficiencies look bleak

Ultrafast computers a step closer but OLED efficiencies look bleak

University of Utah, physicists have moved a step forward in building an organic "spin transistor": a plastic semiconductor switch for future ultrafast computers and electronics but OLED efficiencies look bleak.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 18, 2008
Solar cell efficiency record for space satellite markets

Solar cell efficiency record for space satellite markets

A world record of 40.8 percent in solar cell efficiency with a photovoltaic device has been claimed by the Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in the US.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 14, 2008
Rapid Improvements in Real Time Locating Systems

Rapid Improvements in Real Time Locating Systems

One reason why the market for Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) is growing rapidly to pass the billion dollar mark well within ten years is technology. It is improving rapidly, with new variants for the many new sub sectors of the market that are emerging.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 13, 2008
Printed inorganic phase change memory

Printed inorganic phase change memory

Materials used in CDs and DVDs form the basis of a technology that one day could replace flash memory cards used in laptops, cellphones, cameras and other electronic devices.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 11, 2008
Scientists create imaging device based on the human eye

Scientists create imaging device based on the human eye

some of the most compelling areas of future application involve the intimate, conformal integration of electronics with the human body in ways that are inconceivable using established technology.
External Company Press Release
New generation frontside metallization material more efficient for PV

New generation frontside metallization material more efficient for PV

DuPont Microcircuit Materials introduces new Solamet® PV159 for photovoltaic solar cells.
External Company Press Release
Henkel's Wafer Backside Coating revolutionizes die attach processes

Henkel's Wafer Backside Coating revolutionizes die attach processes

Utilizing the proven materials deposition techniques of stencil printing, screen printing and spin coating, Henkel's WBC solution allows packaging specialists to efficiently coat the back of wafers with die attach materials down to 20 microns in thickness.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2008
Novaled achieves break through in organic CMOS-type tec

Novaled achieves break through in organic CMOS-type tec

The success of today's digital electronics is based on the CMOS technology.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 25, 2008
Ambient intelligence

Ambient intelligence

The European Commission is backing what it calls ambient intelligence (AMI), with a particular focus on the disabled. Printed electronics will be central in realising these ambitious concepts for unobtrusive devices.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 21, 2008
Microbatteries built with viruses

Microbatteries built with viruses

MIT engineers in the USA have been working on pioneering research to develop tiny microbatteries about half the size of a human cell, built with viruses.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2008
Scientists mimic essence of plants' energy storage system

Scientists mimic essence of plants' energy storage system

MIT researchers have overcome a major barrier to large-scale solar power: storing energy for use when the sun doesn't shine.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 15, 2008
E coli sensors using silk

E coli sensors using silk

Researchers at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, have made electronic biosensors that identify bacteria in poultry plants.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 14, 2008
Increased activity in OLED market

Increased activity in OLED market

Although OLED technology is still developing there is currently a notable market presence of OLEDs in electronic devices and displays.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 12, 2008
3D Metamaterial

3D Metamaterial

Researcher claims to have made 3D metamaterial with a negative refractive index.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 8, 2008
The buzz of the chase

The buzz of the chase

Scientists from Queen Mary, University of London are helping to perfect a technique used to catch serial killers, by testing it on bumblebees.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 7, 2008
OLEDs to be rescued by inorganic chemistry?

OLEDs to be rescued by inorganic chemistry?

The largest potential market for OLEDs is for mass produced, flexible, low cost versions, particularly wide area types with long life because they enable many exciting new product concepts to be realised rather than replace existing displays in familiar devices.
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