Hosted by IDTechEx
Inexpensive Copper Ink: NovaCentrix to unveil new ink at IDTechEx show

Inexpensive Copper Ink: NovaCentrix to unveil new ink at IDTechEx show

Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2009
Thin films enhance thermoelectric energy harvesting

Thin films enhance thermoelectric energy harvesting

Nextreme has recently developed a thin-film thermoelectric generator (eTEG™) that converts heat directly into electricity delivering power generation densities greater than 3W/cm2.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2009
Breakthrough in producing printed memory

Breakthrough in producing printed memory

Thin Film Electronics, an Oslo, Norway-based Company with R&D facilities in Linkoping, Sweden, known as Thinfilm, and InkTec Co. Ltd , known as InkTec, have together made a breakthrough in producing printed memory on flexible substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2009
Printed electronics in supermarkets

Printed electronics in supermarkets

Dr Peter Harrop of IDTechEx gave a video interview and animations, concerning the future use of printed electronics in supermarkets.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 27, 2009
Challenges with blue OLEDs

Challenges with blue OLEDs

"The weakest link in OLED research is the absence of an efficient, long-lasting blue light to accompany the red and green," said Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientist Asanga Padmaperuma.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 26, 2009
Smart bridge system aids ailing bridges

Smart bridge system aids ailing bridges

A five year Smart Brigdge project will look at an infrastructure monitoring system that uses surface and penetrating sensors to detect cracks, corrosion and any other signs of weakness.
External Company Press Release
Novaled and Holst Centre to cooperate on organic electronics

Novaled and Holst Centre to cooperate on organic electronics

Novaled AG announces that it will work together with Holst Centre on Organic Thin Film Transistors (OTFT) using the Novaled PIN OLED® technology and materials.
External Company Press Release
Epurex Films allow electronic items to be embedded

Epurex Films allow electronic items to be embedded

Thermoplastic Polyurethane films (TPU films) from Epurex Films GmbH & Co. KG allow sensitive electronic items to be directly embedded by means of efficient roll-to-roll or roll-to-sheet production technology.
External Company Press Release
Creative Materials launches silver ink for fine line printing

Creative Materials launches silver ink for fine line printing

Creative Materials, Inc, a leading manufacturer of electrically conductive inks, coatings and adhesives, has introduced a fine line screen printable, electrically conductive silver ink, 125-13.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 25, 2009
Breakthrough battery could lead to rapid recharging of many devices

Breakthrough battery could lead to rapid recharging of many devices

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineers have created a kind of beltway that allows for the rapid transit of electrical energy through a well-known battery material, an advance that could usher in smaller, lighter batteries for cell phones and other devices that could recharge in seconds rather than hours.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 24, 2009
Hi-G-Tek wins subcontract from Unisys for RFID III DoD contract

Hi-G-Tek wins subcontract from Unisys for RFID III DoD contract

Active RFID (where the tag has its own power supply) often has printed sensors and sometimes printed antennas. Unisys serves as the prime contractor and systems integrator for the RFID III DoD contract, bringing together the technologies of Hi-G-Tek and other solution providers.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 23, 2009
Copper particles electrify paper

Copper particles electrify paper

The Polymer Chemistry Research Group at the University of Helsinki, Finland, has succeeded in producing nano-sized metallic copper particles that when reduced to nano-scale, the properties of the material undergo substantial changes.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 23, 2009
First solar powered full-touch phone

First solar powered full-touch phone

Blue Earth is the first solar powered full-touch screen phone. By charging with the solar panel located on the back of the phone, users can generate enough electronic power to call anytime anywhere.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2009
Opening of PETEC 17 March

Opening of PETEC 17 March

The Printable Electronics Technology Centre (PETEC) is the UK's major new design, development, and prototyping centre for the commercialisation of printed electronics. With 180 present, the launch included keynote lectures from international experts in the field of printable electronics.
External Company Press Release
Eye catching stabilised performance

Eye catching stabilised performance

ICI Imagedata demonstrates Stabilex Ultra stabilised film at the Printed Electronics Show 2008 in Dresden (7-8 April) following successful launch in San Jose.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2009
Business applications for printed electronics

Business applications for printed electronics

Recently, the commercialization of printed electronics has progressed from conductive patterns to batteries, displays, sensors, resistors, solar cells, lighting and transistor circuits, increasingly in combination.
External Company Press Release
iTi Corporation appoints John Spiers to Board of Directors

iTi Corporation appoints John Spiers to Board of Directors

imaging Technology international (iTi) Corporation, has appointed technology innovator and entrepreneur, John Spiers to its Board of Directors.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2009
CdTe Solar Cells - Can First Solar do anything wrong?

CdTe Solar Cells - Can First Solar do anything wrong?

Although the world is in the midst of a severe economic crisis, the photovoltaics industry is still growing.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2009
Plastic solar cells applied to energy clothing

Plastic solar cells applied to energy clothing

The textile-based screen printed solar panel can be integrated into clothing fabric and has been incorporated in a transparent textile.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2009
Fraunhofer demonstrate innovative printed battery

Fraunhofer demonstrate innovative printed battery

The Fraunhofer Research Institution for Electronic Nano Systems (Chemnitz, Germany) demonstrated their innovative printed battery in Tokyo last month.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2009
Thin films enhance thermoelectric energy harvesting

Thin films enhance thermoelectric energy harvesting

Nextreme has recently developed a thin-film thermoelectric generator (eTEG™) that converts heat directly into electricity delivering power generation densities greater than 3W/cm2.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2009
Printed electronics in supermarkets

Printed electronics in supermarkets

Dr Peter Harrop of IDTechEx gave a video interview and animations, concerning the future use of printed electronics in supermarkets.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 26, 2009
Smart bridge system aids ailing bridges

Smart bridge system aids ailing bridges

A five year Smart Brigdge project will look at an infrastructure monitoring system that uses surface and penetrating sensors to detect cracks, corrosion and any other signs of weakness.
External Company Press Release
Epurex Films allow electronic items to be embedded

Epurex Films allow electronic items to be embedded

Thermoplastic Polyurethane films (TPU films) from Epurex Films GmbH & Co. KG allow sensitive electronic items to be directly embedded by means of efficient roll-to-roll or roll-to-sheet production technology.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 25, 2009
Breakthrough battery could lead to rapid recharging of many devices

Breakthrough battery could lead to rapid recharging of many devices

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineers have created a kind of beltway that allows for the rapid transit of electrical energy through a well-known battery material, an advance that could usher in smaller, lighter batteries for cell phones and other devices that could recharge in seconds rather than hours.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 23, 2009
Copper particles electrify paper

Copper particles electrify paper

The Polymer Chemistry Research Group at the University of Helsinki, Finland, has succeeded in producing nano-sized metallic copper particles that when reduced to nano-scale, the properties of the material undergo substantial changes.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2009
Opening of PETEC 17 March

Opening of PETEC 17 March

The Printable Electronics Technology Centre (PETEC) is the UK's major new design, development, and prototyping centre for the commercialisation of printed electronics. With 180 present, the launch included keynote lectures from international experts in the field of printable electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 19, 2009
Business applications for printed electronics

Business applications for printed electronics

Recently, the commercialization of printed electronics has progressed from conductive patterns to batteries, displays, sensors, resistors, solar cells, lighting and transistor circuits, increasingly in combination.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2009
CdTe Solar Cells - Can First Solar do anything wrong?

CdTe Solar Cells - Can First Solar do anything wrong?

Although the world is in the midst of a severe economic crisis, the photovoltaics industry is still growing.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2009
Fraunhofer demonstrate innovative printed battery

Fraunhofer demonstrate innovative printed battery

The Fraunhofer Research Institution for Electronic Nano Systems (Chemnitz, Germany) demonstrated their innovative printed battery in Tokyo last month.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2009
Breakthrough in producing printed memory

Breakthrough in producing printed memory

Thin Film Electronics, an Oslo, Norway-based Company with R&D facilities in Linkoping, Sweden, known as Thinfilm, and InkTec Co. Ltd , known as InkTec, have together made a breakthrough in producing printed memory on flexible substrates.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 27, 2009
Challenges with blue OLEDs

Challenges with blue OLEDs

"The weakest link in OLED research is the absence of an efficient, long-lasting blue light to accompany the red and green," said Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientist Asanga Padmaperuma.
External Company Press Release
Novaled and Holst Centre to cooperate on organic electronics

Novaled and Holst Centre to cooperate on organic electronics

Novaled AG announces that it will work together with Holst Centre on Organic Thin Film Transistors (OTFT) using the Novaled PIN OLED® technology and materials.
External Company Press Release
Creative Materials launches silver ink for fine line printing

Creative Materials launches silver ink for fine line printing

Creative Materials, Inc, a leading manufacturer of electrically conductive inks, coatings and adhesives, has introduced a fine line screen printable, electrically conductive silver ink, 125-13.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 24, 2009
Hi-G-Tek wins subcontract from Unisys for RFID III DoD contract

Hi-G-Tek wins subcontract from Unisys for RFID III DoD contract

Active RFID (where the tag has its own power supply) often has printed sensors and sometimes printed antennas. Unisys serves as the prime contractor and systems integrator for the RFID III DoD contract, bringing together the technologies of Hi-G-Tek and other solution providers.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 23, 2009
First solar powered full-touch phone

First solar powered full-touch phone

Blue Earth is the first solar powered full-touch screen phone. By charging with the solar panel located on the back of the phone, users can generate enough electronic power to call anytime anywhere.
External Company Press Release
Eye catching stabilised performance

Eye catching stabilised performance

ICI Imagedata demonstrates Stabilex Ultra stabilised film at the Printed Electronics Show 2008 in Dresden (7-8 April) following successful launch in San Jose.
External Company Press Release
iTi Corporation appoints John Spiers to Board of Directors

iTi Corporation appoints John Spiers to Board of Directors

imaging Technology international (iTi) Corporation, has appointed technology innovator and entrepreneur, John Spiers to its Board of Directors.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 18, 2009
Plastic solar cells applied to energy clothing

Plastic solar cells applied to energy clothing

The textile-based screen printed solar panel can be integrated into clothing fabric and has been incorporated in a transparent textile.
More IDTechEx Journals