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Large area OLED device fulfills international lighting specifications

Large area OLED device fulfills international lighting specifications

Printed Electronics World
Aug 31, 2009
Harvesting combinations

Harvesting combinations

It is interesting that the new ways of using energy harvesting are often seen first in consumer goods where budgets are tight rather in less price sensitive industrial and military applications.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 28, 2009
Nanoparticle ink could print solar cells like newspaper

Nanoparticle ink could print solar cells like newspaper

Nanoparticle inks could be used to print solar cells like newspaper, or painted onto the side of buildings or rooftops to produce electricity.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2009
Energy Harvesting & Storage Conference Covers End User Requirements

Energy Harvesting & Storage Conference Covers End User Requirements

IDTechEx is hosting the world's largest event on Energy Harvesting & Storage on November 3-4 in Denver, CO, USA. Uniquely, the focus of the event is to address requirements from end users from a range of different vertical industries.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2009
Self-assembled DNA scaffolding to build tiny circuit boards

Self-assembled DNA scaffolding to build tiny circuit boards

Nanotechnology advance could lead to smaller, faster, more energy-efficient computer chips
External Company Press Release
DecaWave ships its first 5 ScenSor evaluation kits

DecaWave ships its first 5 ScenSor evaluation kits

DecaWave has shipped the first 5 evaluation kits of its groundbreaking product ScenSor chip to technology firms in the US, Germany, France, Israel and Korea.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 26, 2009
Summary of the quarterly FlexTech Alliance meeting

Summary of the quarterly FlexTech Alliance meeting

IDTechEx presented at the well-attended FlexTech Alliance meeting at Binghamton, NY, last week. The session focussed on the use of printed and flexible electronics for medical applications.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 26, 2009
Printing silicon in South Africa - Part two

Printing silicon in South Africa - Part two

Printed silicon transistors are now receiving increasing attention because they can provide good transistor characteristics at low cost on flexible substrates, including high frequency performance.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 25, 2009
Printing silicon in South Africa - Part one

Printing silicon in South Africa - Part one

The engine of the new printed electronics will be printed transistors on flexible substrates that can be one tenth to one hundredth of the cost of those in simple silicon chips.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 24, 2009
First video in print to appear in American magazine advert

First video in print to appear in American magazine advert

The World's first video in print advertisement will appear in next months edition of the American show biz magazine "Entertainment Weekly". The screen uses thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) technology.
External Company Press Release
Rogers Corporation announces strategic investment in Solicore, Inc.

Rogers Corporation announces strategic investment in Solicore, Inc.

Rogers Corporation have recently announced that it has made a strategic investment of $5 million in Solicore, Inc., headquartered in Lakeland, Florida.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 21, 2009
Ink in motion for point of purchase displays

Ink in motion for point of purchase displays

Korean company NeoLux has developed a flashing electronic display that combines motion with the visual appeal of ink-on-paper - the same technology used by many e-readers available today.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics closes $14 million financing round

Plextronics closes $14 million financing round

$14 million funding will enable Plextronics to continue to advance their OLED lighting and OPV products.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 20, 2009
A new cloaking method might shield buildings from earthquakes

A new cloaking method might shield buildings from earthquakes

Mathematicians develop a new cloaking method that might shield submarines from sonar, planes from radar, buildings from earthquakes, and oil rigs and coastal structures from tsunamis.
External Company Press Release
FlexTech Alliance announce the award of $450,000 contract to Solarmer

FlexTech Alliance announce the award of $450,000 contract to Solarmer

FlexTech Alliance awards contract to Solarmer Energy, Inc. to enhance performance and efficiency for organic photovoltaics. The solution is a top candidate for manufacturing low-cost, reliable, flexible & clean power.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2009
Organic electronics a two-way street with new plastic semiconductor

Organic electronics a two-way street with new plastic semiconductor

About 30 years ago, it was discovered that some plastics, or polymers, could conduct electricity. Since then researchers have been working to make them more efficient.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 18, 2009
First step towards strain-based graphene engineering

First step towards strain-based graphene engineering

Researchers report the first direct observation and controlled creation of one- and two-dimensional ripples in graphene sheets. Using simple thermal manipulation, the researchers produced the ripples, and controlled their orientation, wavelength and amplitude.
External Company Press Release
Plastic Logic partners with Olive Software

Plastic Logic partners with Olive Software

Enabling magazines and newspapers to easily publish content to the Plastic Logic eReader.
External Company Press Release
Marko Hanhikorpi appointed as new CEO of Enfucell

Marko Hanhikorpi appointed as new CEO of Enfucell

The board of Enfucell has appointed Mr. Marko Hanhikorpi, M. Sc. (Chem. Eng.), eMBA, as new CEO commencing August 12, 2009.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics deploys organic solar modules at NREL

Plextronics deploys organic solar modules at NREL

Plextronics becomes the first company to deploy organic solar modules at NREL's outdoor testing facility.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 31, 2009
Harvesting combinations

Harvesting combinations

It is interesting that the new ways of using energy harvesting are often seen first in consumer goods where budgets are tight rather in less price sensitive industrial and military applications.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2009
Energy Harvesting & Storage Conference Covers End User Requirements

Energy Harvesting & Storage Conference Covers End User Requirements

IDTechEx is hosting the world's largest event on Energy Harvesting & Storage on November 3-4 in Denver, CO, USA. Uniquely, the focus of the event is to address requirements from end users from a range of different vertical industries.
External Company Press Release
DecaWave ships its first 5 ScenSor evaluation kits

DecaWave ships its first 5 ScenSor evaluation kits

DecaWave has shipped the first 5 evaluation kits of its groundbreaking product ScenSor chip to technology firms in the US, Germany, France, Israel and Korea.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 26, 2009
Printing silicon in South Africa - Part two

Printing silicon in South Africa - Part two

Printed silicon transistors are now receiving increasing attention because they can provide good transistor characteristics at low cost on flexible substrates, including high frequency performance.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 24, 2009
First video in print to appear in American magazine advert

First video in print to appear in American magazine advert

The World's first video in print advertisement will appear in next months edition of the American show biz magazine "Entertainment Weekly". The screen uses thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) technology.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 21, 2009
Ink in motion for point of purchase displays

Ink in motion for point of purchase displays

Korean company NeoLux has developed a flashing electronic display that combines motion with the visual appeal of ink-on-paper - the same technology used by many e-readers available today.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 20, 2009
A new cloaking method might shield buildings from earthquakes

A new cloaking method might shield buildings from earthquakes

Mathematicians develop a new cloaking method that might shield submarines from sonar, planes from radar, buildings from earthquakes, and oil rigs and coastal structures from tsunamis.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2009
Organic electronics a two-way street with new plastic semiconductor

Organic electronics a two-way street with new plastic semiconductor

About 30 years ago, it was discovered that some plastics, or polymers, could conduct electricity. Since then researchers have been working to make them more efficient.
External Company Press Release
Plastic Logic partners with Olive Software

Plastic Logic partners with Olive Software

Enabling magazines and newspapers to easily publish content to the Plastic Logic eReader.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics deploys organic solar modules at NREL

Plextronics deploys organic solar modules at NREL

Plextronics becomes the first company to deploy organic solar modules at NREL's outdoor testing facility.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 28, 2009
Nanoparticle ink could print solar cells like newspaper

Nanoparticle ink could print solar cells like newspaper

Nanoparticle inks could be used to print solar cells like newspaper, or painted onto the side of buildings or rooftops to produce electricity.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2009
Self-assembled DNA scaffolding to build tiny circuit boards

Self-assembled DNA scaffolding to build tiny circuit boards

Nanotechnology advance could lead to smaller, faster, more energy-efficient computer chips
Printed Electronics World
Aug 26, 2009
Summary of the quarterly FlexTech Alliance meeting

Summary of the quarterly FlexTech Alliance meeting

IDTechEx presented at the well-attended FlexTech Alliance meeting at Binghamton, NY, last week. The session focussed on the use of printed and flexible electronics for medical applications.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 25, 2009
Printing silicon in South Africa - Part one

Printing silicon in South Africa - Part one

The engine of the new printed electronics will be printed transistors on flexible substrates that can be one tenth to one hundredth of the cost of those in simple silicon chips.
External Company Press Release
Rogers Corporation announces strategic investment in Solicore, Inc.

Rogers Corporation announces strategic investment in Solicore, Inc.

Rogers Corporation have recently announced that it has made a strategic investment of $5 million in Solicore, Inc., headquartered in Lakeland, Florida.
External Company Press Release
Plextronics closes $14 million financing round

Plextronics closes $14 million financing round

$14 million funding will enable Plextronics to continue to advance their OLED lighting and OPV products.
External Company Press Release
FlexTech Alliance announce the award of $450,000 contract to Solarmer

FlexTech Alliance announce the award of $450,000 contract to Solarmer

FlexTech Alliance awards contract to Solarmer Energy, Inc. to enhance performance and efficiency for organic photovoltaics. The solution is a top candidate for manufacturing low-cost, reliable, flexible & clean power.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 18, 2009
First step towards strain-based graphene engineering

First step towards strain-based graphene engineering

Researchers report the first direct observation and controlled creation of one- and two-dimensional ripples in graphene sheets. Using simple thermal manipulation, the researchers produced the ripples, and controlled their orientation, wavelength and amplitude.
External Company Press Release
Marko Hanhikorpi appointed as new CEO of Enfucell

Marko Hanhikorpi appointed as new CEO of Enfucell

The board of Enfucell has appointed Mr. Marko Hanhikorpi, M. Sc. (Chem. Eng.), eMBA, as new CEO commencing August 12, 2009.
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