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Sunovia researchers shatter world record

Sunovia researchers shatter world record

Printed Electronics World
Sep 29, 2009
Umbrella converts sunlight to electricity

Umbrella converts sunlight to electricity

Konarka Technologies Inc and SKYShades entered into a partnership last year to jointly develop the Powerbrella, an umbrella that converts sunlight into electricity to charge laptops, mobile phones, iPods and other portable devices. The initial focus for the al fresco umbrella is coffee shops, hotels and resorts.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2009
ECG necklace for home cardiac monitoring

ECG necklace for home cardiac monitoring

An ECG necklace that monitors long-term cardiac performance allows patients to remain mobile to continue their daily activities while under observation using an embedded beat detection algorithm monitoring system.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2009
Ascent Solar signs multi-year supply agreement with TurtleEnergy

Ascent Solar signs multi-year supply agreement with TurtleEnergy

Ascent Solar signs multi-year supply agreement with TurtleEnergy for up to 67 MW
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2009
Portable solar power solutions

Portable solar power solutions

For applications ranging from military personnel to adventure seekers, backpackers and campers to those who are conscious of the environment Powerenz designs and assembles portable solar power systems.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2009
Collaboration to develop thin-film photovoltaic technology

Collaboration to develop thin-film photovoltaic technology

XsunX Inc, a developer of advanced, thin-film photovoltaic solar cell technologies and manufacturing processes, and Intevac, Inc, a provider of magnetic media deposition equipment to the hard disk drive industry, are working under a Joint Business Agreement to develop new techniques and equipment to produce commercially marketable CIGS (copper indium gallium selenide) thin-film solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2009
Putting a strain on nanowires could yield colossal results

Putting a strain on nanowires could yield colossal results

Structural irregularities in correlated electron materials - a phenomenon known as "phase inhomogeneity" - could be engineered at the sub-micron scale to achieve such desired properties as colossal magnetoresistance
External Company Press Release
NSF Spintronics grant helps NC State researchers

NSF Spintronics grant helps NC State researchers

NSF Spintronics grant will help NC State researchers develop smaller, faster electronic devices
External Company Press Release
XsunX and Intevac team up to develop breakthrough TFPV Manufacturing

XsunX and Intevac team up to develop breakthrough TFPV Manufacturing

XsunX and Intevac team up to develop breakthrough thin-film photovoltaic manufacturing technology.
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar hires Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Ascent Solar hires Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Ascent Solar hires Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2009
Interactive OLED eyeglasses with microdisplays available in 2 years

Interactive OLED eyeglasses with microdisplays available in 2 years

Microdisplays based on OLEDs for multimedia applications like video and data display could be available within a couple of years according to Fraunhofer IPMS.
External Company Press Release
Tata group invests in a start-up producing photovoltaic solar modules

Tata group invests in a start-up producing photovoltaic solar modules

Tata group invests in start-up Flisom who specialize in flexible and lightweight thin-film photovoltaic solar modules.
External Company Press Release
Polymer memory products manufactured in roll-to-roll printing process

Polymer memory products manufactured in roll-to-roll printing process

POLYIC and THINFILM announce high-volume pilot production of roll-to-roll printed memories enabling next-generation interactive toys and games
Printed Electronics World
Sep 23, 2009
A giant step for nanotechnology

A giant step for nanotechnology

The Australian research community will soon have access to one of the most powerful nanotechnology instruments in the world, able to write and etch data on particles ten thousand times smaller than the width of a human hair.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 22, 2009
E-paper display market reaches $1.17 billion in 2014

E-paper display market reaches $1.17 billion in 2014

IDTechEx find that the total market size for e-paper displays in 2010 is $131 million rising to $1.17 Billion in 2014 - this is the value of the display component, not the product.
External Company Press Release
Aerotech ANT130-L series stages offer best-in-class performance

Aerotech ANT130-L series stages offer best-in-class performance

ANT130-L Direct-Drive Linear stage offers long travel, smooth cog-free motion, and nanometer accuracy
External Company Press Release
NTERA and plastic electronic GmbH enter into a license agreement

NTERA and plastic electronic GmbH enter into a license agreement

NTERA, Inc., and plastic electronic GmbH have announced they have entered into a license agreement to develop advanced printed electronics products using NTERA's NanoChromics technology.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 21, 2009
Camera flash turns an insulating material into a conductor

Camera flash turns an insulating material into a conductor

An insulator can now be transformed to conduct electricity by an ordinary camera flash.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 18, 2009
Thin-film salt and paper battery

Thin-film salt and paper battery

A new thin-film paper battery that holds great promise for applications in areas where conventional Li-ion batteries are not the perfect choice has been developed at Uppsala University, Sweden.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2009
Revolving doors harvest human energy

Revolving doors harvest human energy

Energy harvesting revolving doors capture otherwise wasted human energy and convert it to electricity to power the installation site, for example lighting and signage.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 29, 2009
Umbrella converts sunlight to electricity

Umbrella converts sunlight to electricity

Konarka Technologies Inc and SKYShades entered into a partnership last year to jointly develop the Powerbrella, an umbrella that converts sunlight into electricity to charge laptops, mobile phones, iPods and other portable devices. The initial focus for the al fresco umbrella is coffee shops, hotels and resorts.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2009
Ascent Solar signs multi-year supply agreement with TurtleEnergy

Ascent Solar signs multi-year supply agreement with TurtleEnergy

Ascent Solar signs multi-year supply agreement with TurtleEnergy for up to 67 MW
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2009
Collaboration to develop thin-film photovoltaic technology

Collaboration to develop thin-film photovoltaic technology

XsunX Inc, a developer of advanced, thin-film photovoltaic solar cell technologies and manufacturing processes, and Intevac, Inc, a provider of magnetic media deposition equipment to the hard disk drive industry, are working under a Joint Business Agreement to develop new techniques and equipment to produce commercially marketable CIGS (copper indium gallium selenide) thin-film solar cells.
External Company Press Release
NSF Spintronics grant helps NC State researchers

NSF Spintronics grant helps NC State researchers

NSF Spintronics grant will help NC State researchers develop smaller, faster electronic devices
External Company Press Release
Ascent Solar hires Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Ascent Solar hires Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Ascent Solar hires Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing
External Company Press Release
Tata group invests in a start-up producing photovoltaic solar modules

Tata group invests in a start-up producing photovoltaic solar modules

Tata group invests in start-up Flisom who specialize in flexible and lightweight thin-film photovoltaic solar modules.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 23, 2009
A giant step for nanotechnology

A giant step for nanotechnology

The Australian research community will soon have access to one of the most powerful nanotechnology instruments in the world, able to write and etch data on particles ten thousand times smaller than the width of a human hair.
External Company Press Release
Aerotech ANT130-L series stages offer best-in-class performance

Aerotech ANT130-L series stages offer best-in-class performance

ANT130-L Direct-Drive Linear stage offers long travel, smooth cog-free motion, and nanometer accuracy
Printed Electronics World
Sep 21, 2009
Camera flash turns an insulating material into a conductor

Camera flash turns an insulating material into a conductor

An insulator can now be transformed to conduct electricity by an ordinary camera flash.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2009
Revolving doors harvest human energy

Revolving doors harvest human energy

Energy harvesting revolving doors capture otherwise wasted human energy and convert it to electricity to power the installation site, for example lighting and signage.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2009
ECG necklace for home cardiac monitoring

ECG necklace for home cardiac monitoring

An ECG necklace that monitors long-term cardiac performance allows patients to remain mobile to continue their daily activities while under observation using an embedded beat detection algorithm monitoring system.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2009
Portable solar power solutions

Portable solar power solutions

For applications ranging from military personnel to adventure seekers, backpackers and campers to those who are conscious of the environment Powerenz designs and assembles portable solar power systems.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 25, 2009
Putting a strain on nanowires could yield colossal results

Putting a strain on nanowires could yield colossal results

Structural irregularities in correlated electron materials - a phenomenon known as "phase inhomogeneity" - could be engineered at the sub-micron scale to achieve such desired properties as colossal magnetoresistance
External Company Press Release
XsunX and Intevac team up to develop breakthrough TFPV Manufacturing

XsunX and Intevac team up to develop breakthrough TFPV Manufacturing

XsunX and Intevac team up to develop breakthrough thin-film photovoltaic manufacturing technology.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2009
Interactive OLED eyeglasses with microdisplays available in 2 years

Interactive OLED eyeglasses with microdisplays available in 2 years

Microdisplays based on OLEDs for multimedia applications like video and data display could be available within a couple of years according to Fraunhofer IPMS.
External Company Press Release
Polymer memory products manufactured in roll-to-roll printing process

Polymer memory products manufactured in roll-to-roll printing process

POLYIC and THINFILM announce high-volume pilot production of roll-to-roll printed memories enabling next-generation interactive toys and games
Printed Electronics World
Sep 22, 2009
E-paper display market reaches $1.17 billion in 2014

E-paper display market reaches $1.17 billion in 2014

IDTechEx find that the total market size for e-paper displays in 2010 is $131 million rising to $1.17 Billion in 2014 - this is the value of the display component, not the product.
External Company Press Release
NTERA and plastic electronic GmbH enter into a license agreement

NTERA and plastic electronic GmbH enter into a license agreement

NTERA, Inc., and plastic electronic GmbH have announced they have entered into a license agreement to develop advanced printed electronics products using NTERA's NanoChromics technology.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 18, 2009
Thin-film salt and paper battery

Thin-film salt and paper battery

A new thin-film paper battery that holds great promise for applications in areas where conventional Li-ion batteries are not the perfect choice has been developed at Uppsala University, Sweden.
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