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Plextronics and NTERA demonstrate solar-powered NanoChromics™

Plextronics and NTERA demonstrate solar-powered NanoChromics™

Printed Electronics World
Jun 30, 2009
Electronic glue promises less expensive semiconductors

Electronic glue promises less expensive semiconductors

Researchers at the University of Chicago and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed an "electronic glue" that could accelerate advances in semiconductor-based technologies, including solar cells and thermoelectric devices that convert sun light and waste heat, respectively, into useful electrical energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 29, 2009
Plextronics on OLEDs

Plextronics on OLEDs

Andy Hannah CEO of Plextronics, a global leader in OLED materials, gave a powerful message on OLEDs as a breakthrough technology at the LOPE-C conference last week.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 26, 2009
Organic photovoltaics promise more

Organic photovoltaics promise more

Future generation organic photovoltaic (OPV) technology has the promise to be the low-cost renewable energy solution.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics hires Vice President of Operations & Quality Manager

Plextronics hires Vice President of Operations & Quality Manager

Plextronics, Inc. has hired two new professionals to focus on manufacturing operations and quality management.
External Company Press Release
Clevios™ PH1000 material breaks conductivity record

Clevios™ PH1000 material breaks conductivity record

H.C. Starck Clevios GmbH, Leverkusen, today announced the milestone of 1000 S/cm conductivity or 100 Ohm/sq level of resistivity has been reached using their optimized PEDOT:PSS conductive polymer called Clevios™.
External Company Press Release
PolyIC demonstrates interactive applications of printed electronics

PolyIC demonstrates interactive applications of printed electronics

Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2009
Launch of IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage US Event

Launch of IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage US Event

Speakers already confirmed include The US Navy SPAWAR, GE, Savi Technology, University of Michigan, Fisk University, Structural Graphics, MicroStrain, Axcess Technologies, The Facility, NREL and many others.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2009
Huge increase in printed electronics toolkit

Huge increase in printed electronics toolkit

This year has already seen a huge increase in the choice of electronic components that can be printed or are compatible with printing in that they are thin, flexible and can support further printed circuitry on top.
External Company Press Release
RAHN launches printed electronics initiative

RAHN launches printed electronics initiative

To support new developments in the rapidly emerging field of printed electronics, RAHN has developed a product flash to summarize the products and support that they can offer to companies considering energy curing as an option for fabricating printed electronics products.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 24, 2009
Mekoprint widens its repertoire

Mekoprint widens its repertoire

Speaking in Frankfurt this week, Division Manager Karsten Ries of Mekoprint Graphic Electronics said that his company has been printing mobile phone antennas, mobile phone speaker membranes, antennas in side view mirrors of cars and RFID antennas for many years.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 23, 2009
Open air deposition of zinc oxide transistors

Open air deposition of zinc oxide transistors

Kodak has developed a fast, printing-like process to fabricate high-performance zinc oxide (ZnO) transistors in open atmospheric conditions.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 23, 2009
RFID - a surge in orders

RFID - a surge in orders

As forecasted by IDTechEx, there has been a surge in orders for RFID in 2009. Despite the world's largest RFID project, the $6 billion China National ID card scheme, being completed a year earlier, the global RFID market is rising 5% this year to $5.56 billion, in the face of the global financial meltdown which has caused some car production, for example, to plummet by 50%. In many applicational sectors, RFID orders are up 10%.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 22, 2009
Energy harvesting for ultra-low voltage applications

Energy harvesting for ultra-low voltage applications

Advanced Linear Devices Inc has announced it will develop energy harvesting technology designed specifically for ultra-low voltage applications such as photovoltaic cells, thermoelectric generators and electromagnetic sources with an output as low as 0.1V.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 22, 2009
Program provides $16.5m under American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Program provides $16.5m under American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

The U. S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is seeking project proposals as part of recently announced DOE funding to accelerate commercialization of solar energy technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 19, 2009
The Application of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene to Electronics

The Application of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene to Electronics

IDTechEx has just released a new report "Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene for Electronics Applications: Technologies, Players & Opportunities". Here the report author, Cathleen Macher, summarises some of the findings.
External Company Press Release
INFINERGY™ micro power module wins two industry awards

INFINERGY™ micro power module wins two industry awards

Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. (IPS), a maker of innovative solid-state, rechargeable, thin-film micro-energy storage devices, has announced that it has received two prestigious industry awards for its Micro Power Module (MPM) solution—Sensors Magazine's "Best of Sensors Expo 2009" silver award and the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting Award for "Best Technology Development."
External Company Press Release
SEMICON West, July 14-16 in San Francisco

SEMICON West, July 14-16 in San Francisco

Companies will share their latest results with the broader semiconductor and display manufacturing supply chain at SEMICON West, July 14-16 in San Francisco.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 18, 2009
Energy harvesting bicycle

Energy harvesting bicycle

Designer Ben Lai, based in Singapore, has designed a renewable energy generating bicycle which he calls the Energy Harvesting Intermode Transport System.
External Company Press Release
Organic and printed electronics - Green Energy

Organic and printed electronics - Green Energy

Renewable energies play a decisive role in the energy concepts of the future. However, their potential will remain largely limited as long as the sun's energy can neither be stored nor utilized on a large scale. That is where organic materials offer revolutionary solutions. Current trends and the latest developments in this field will be on display at LOPE-C in Frankfurt, Germany from June 23-25, 2009.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 30, 2009
Electronic glue promises less expensive semiconductors

Electronic glue promises less expensive semiconductors

Researchers at the University of Chicago and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed an "electronic glue" that could accelerate advances in semiconductor-based technologies, including solar cells and thermoelectric devices that convert sun light and waste heat, respectively, into useful electrical energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 26, 2009
Organic photovoltaics promise more

Organic photovoltaics promise more

Future generation organic photovoltaic (OPV) technology has the promise to be the low-cost renewable energy solution.
External Company Press Release
Clevios™ PH1000 material breaks conductivity record

Clevios™ PH1000 material breaks conductivity record

H.C. Starck Clevios GmbH, Leverkusen, today announced the milestone of 1000 S/cm conductivity or 100 Ohm/sq level of resistivity has been reached using their optimized PEDOT:PSS conductive polymer called Clevios™.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2009
Launch of IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage US Event

Launch of IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage US Event

Speakers already confirmed include The US Navy SPAWAR, GE, Savi Technology, University of Michigan, Fisk University, Structural Graphics, MicroStrain, Axcess Technologies, The Facility, NREL and many others.
External Company Press Release
RAHN launches printed electronics initiative

RAHN launches printed electronics initiative

To support new developments in the rapidly emerging field of printed electronics, RAHN has developed a product flash to summarize the products and support that they can offer to companies considering energy curing as an option for fabricating printed electronics products.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 23, 2009
Open air deposition of zinc oxide transistors

Open air deposition of zinc oxide transistors

Kodak has developed a fast, printing-like process to fabricate high-performance zinc oxide (ZnO) transistors in open atmospheric conditions.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 22, 2009
Energy harvesting for ultra-low voltage applications

Energy harvesting for ultra-low voltage applications

Advanced Linear Devices Inc has announced it will develop energy harvesting technology designed specifically for ultra-low voltage applications such as photovoltaic cells, thermoelectric generators and electromagnetic sources with an output as low as 0.1V.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 19, 2009
The Application of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene to Electronics

The Application of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene to Electronics

IDTechEx has just released a new report "Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene for Electronics Applications: Technologies, Players & Opportunities". Here the report author, Cathleen Macher, summarises some of the findings.
External Company Press Release
SEMICON West, July 14-16 in San Francisco

SEMICON West, July 14-16 in San Francisco

Companies will share their latest results with the broader semiconductor and display manufacturing supply chain at SEMICON West, July 14-16 in San Francisco.
External Company Press Release
Organic and printed electronics - Green Energy

Organic and printed electronics - Green Energy

Renewable energies play a decisive role in the energy concepts of the future. However, their potential will remain largely limited as long as the sun's energy can neither be stored nor utilized on a large scale. That is where organic materials offer revolutionary solutions. Current trends and the latest developments in this field will be on display at LOPE-C in Frankfurt, Germany from June 23-25, 2009.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 29, 2009
Plextronics on OLEDs

Plextronics on OLEDs

Andy Hannah CEO of Plextronics, a global leader in OLED materials, gave a powerful message on OLEDs as a breakthrough technology at the LOPE-C conference last week.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics hires Vice President of Operations & Quality Manager

Plextronics hires Vice President of Operations & Quality Manager

Plextronics, Inc. has hired two new professionals to focus on manufacturing operations and quality management.
External Company Press Release
PolyIC demonstrates interactive applications of printed electronics

PolyIC demonstrates interactive applications of printed electronics

Printed Electronics World
Jun 25, 2009
Huge increase in printed electronics toolkit

Huge increase in printed electronics toolkit

This year has already seen a huge increase in the choice of electronic components that can be printed or are compatible with printing in that they are thin, flexible and can support further printed circuitry on top.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 24, 2009
Mekoprint widens its repertoire

Mekoprint widens its repertoire

Speaking in Frankfurt this week, Division Manager Karsten Ries of Mekoprint Graphic Electronics said that his company has been printing mobile phone antennas, mobile phone speaker membranes, antennas in side view mirrors of cars and RFID antennas for many years.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 23, 2009
RFID - a surge in orders

RFID - a surge in orders

As forecasted by IDTechEx, there has been a surge in orders for RFID in 2009. Despite the world's largest RFID project, the $6 billion China National ID card scheme, being completed a year earlier, the global RFID market is rising 5% this year to $5.56 billion, in the face of the global financial meltdown which has caused some car production, for example, to plummet by 50%. In many applicational sectors, RFID orders are up 10%.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 22, 2009
Program provides $16.5m under American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Program provides $16.5m under American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

The U. S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is seeking project proposals as part of recently announced DOE funding to accelerate commercialization of solar energy technologies.
External Company Press Release
INFINERGY™ micro power module wins two industry awards

INFINERGY™ micro power module wins two industry awards

Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. (IPS), a maker of innovative solid-state, rechargeable, thin-film micro-energy storage devices, has announced that it has received two prestigious industry awards for its Micro Power Module (MPM) solution—Sensors Magazine's "Best of Sensors Expo 2009" silver award and the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting Award for "Best Technology Development."
Printed Electronics World
Jun 18, 2009
Energy harvesting bicycle

Energy harvesting bicycle

Designer Ben Lai, based in Singapore, has designed a renewable energy generating bicycle which he calls the Energy Harvesting Intermode Transport System.
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