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The new generation of liquid crystal displays

The new generation of liquid crystal displays

Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2010
Electric vehicles - seeing the big picture

Electric vehicles - seeing the big picture

Energy harvesting is being widely considered and used for electric vehicles. The burgeoning electric vehicle EV industry cannot be understood by simply looking at cars. The complete market value is, and will remain, about double the market for cars.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

The burgeoning electric vehicle EV industry cannot be understood by simply looking at cars. The complete market value is, and will remain, about double the market for cars. The leaders such as Toyota, Honda and Nissan make electric vehicles for many applicational sectors.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Radio opaque screen printable ink

Radio opaque screen printable ink

The new radio opaque ink can be used for adhesive skin patches and other topical devices that are attached during X-Ray, CAT or MRI scan to highlight a target area.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Waste exhaust heat could power cars

Waste exhaust heat could power cars

Amerigon designs, develops and markets products based on efficient thermoelectric device technologies, and Amerigon subsidiary, BSST is advancing the use of thermoelectrics in the area of power generation.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2010
Researchers create freestanding nanoparticle films without fillers

Researchers create freestanding nanoparticle films without fillers

Nanoparticle films are no longer a delicate matter - Vanderbilt physicists have found a way to make them strong enough so they don't disintegrate at the slightest touch.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2010
LG Display unveils newspaper-size flexible e-paper

LG Display unveils newspaper-size flexible e-paper

LG Display has developed the world's largest flexible e-paper, claim the company in a recent announcement.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2010
Micro-transfer printing technology selected for $3 million award

Micro-transfer printing technology selected for $3 million award

Semprius is one of 4 to be awarded funding for their novel technology to develop high performance concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) modules using their patented micro-transfer printing technology.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2010
Flexible lithium polymer battery

Flexible lithium polymer battery

Researchers at The Advanced Materials Innovation Centre in Japan have developed a lithium polymer battery that can be manufactured by printing technology.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 22, 2010
Aneeve to develop hormone sensors from inkjet printed carbon nanotubes

Aneeve to develop hormone sensors from inkjet printed carbon nanotubes

New start-up company Aneeve Nanotechnologies may be able to provide consumer based easy to use sensors that detect oestrogen and progesterone hormone levels in menopausal women.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2010
New trends in printed electronics

New trends in printed electronics

Europe's largest event on Printed Electronics, the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2010 in Dresden, Germany in April, will reflect new trends in the subject such as carbon nanotubes in conductive paper and transistors, printing silicon for enhancing solar cells, for transistors and other uses and printing copper at a fraction of the cost of silver.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2010
GE, Philips, SNCF present at World's Largest Energy Harvesting Event

GE, Philips, SNCF present at World's Largest Energy Harvesting Event

The event Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS 2010 features speakers including SNCF and the huge General Electric and consumer electronics company Philips.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 20, 2010
Paper-based electronics that perform better than silicon

Paper-based electronics that perform better than silicon

A Portuguese university has developed Paper-e®, an emergent technology for applying field effect transistors on and with paper.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2010
Taiwanese scientists promise first sunlight OLED

Taiwanese scientists promise first sunlight OLED

A new lighting technology that provides lighting very similar to the sun could drastically change how our offices and homes are lit in the future.
External Company Press Release
Infinite Power Solutions and Arrow Electronics Sign Global Agreement

Infinite Power Solutions and Arrow Electronics Sign Global Agreement

Infinite Power Solutions (IPS), an industry leader in solid-state, thin-film energy storage and energy-harvesting power management products, today announced a global distribution agreement with Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE:ARW), a leading global distributor of electronic components and solutions. Under the agreement, Arrow will distribute IPS' award-winning INFINERGY™ Micro Power Module (MPM) product family.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 15, 2010
New approach for self-assembling electronics

New approach for self-assembling electronics

Several organizations have demonstrated self assembling electronic devices but none have shown that high yield is possible over large areas. Now the University of Minnesota has developed a different self assembly approach to overcome that.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2010
Solar cells, e-books...what next?

Solar cells, e-books...what next?

2008 was the year of the solar cell, 2009 is marked by the success and growth of the e-book reader market and 2010 will be the year we start to witness further OLED penetration.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 13, 2010
Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista BV. has launched its latest technology platform LiquavistaColor, which offers bright full color capability and the advantages of full interactivity and hi-fidelity video at ultra-low power to future advanced eReader devices for the first time.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2010
Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Enel Green Power, Sharp and ST Microelectronics join forces to produce innovative thin-film photovoltaic panels.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2010
Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Scientists at Michigan University may soon be able to detect harmful toxins in drinking water, quickly and cheaply with the development of a new biosensor, using a strip of paper infused with carbon nanotubes.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2010
Electric vehicles - seeing the big picture

Electric vehicles - seeing the big picture

Energy harvesting is being widely considered and used for electric vehicles. The burgeoning electric vehicle EV industry cannot be understood by simply looking at cars. The complete market value is, and will remain, about double the market for cars.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Radio opaque screen printable ink

Radio opaque screen printable ink

The new radio opaque ink can be used for adhesive skin patches and other topical devices that are attached during X-Ray, CAT or MRI scan to highlight a target area.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2010
Researchers create freestanding nanoparticle films without fillers

Researchers create freestanding nanoparticle films without fillers

Nanoparticle films are no longer a delicate matter - Vanderbilt physicists have found a way to make them strong enough so they don't disintegrate at the slightest touch.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2010
Micro-transfer printing technology selected for $3 million award

Micro-transfer printing technology selected for $3 million award

Semprius is one of 4 to be awarded funding for their novel technology to develop high performance concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) modules using their patented micro-transfer printing technology.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 22, 2010
Aneeve to develop hormone sensors from inkjet printed carbon nanotubes

Aneeve to develop hormone sensors from inkjet printed carbon nanotubes

New start-up company Aneeve Nanotechnologies may be able to provide consumer based easy to use sensors that detect oestrogen and progesterone hormone levels in menopausal women.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2010
GE, Philips, SNCF present at World's Largest Energy Harvesting Event

GE, Philips, SNCF present at World's Largest Energy Harvesting Event

The event Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS 2010 features speakers including SNCF and the huge General Electric and consumer electronics company Philips.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2010
Taiwanese scientists promise first sunlight OLED

Taiwanese scientists promise first sunlight OLED

A new lighting technology that provides lighting very similar to the sun could drastically change how our offices and homes are lit in the future.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 15, 2010
New approach for self-assembling electronics

New approach for self-assembling electronics

Several organizations have demonstrated self assembling electronic devices but none have shown that high yield is possible over large areas. Now the University of Minnesota has developed a different self assembly approach to overcome that.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 13, 2010
Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista launches Color display for eReaders

Liquavista BV. has launched its latest technology platform LiquavistaColor, which offers bright full color capability and the advantages of full interactivity and hi-fidelity video at ultra-low power to future advanced eReader devices for the first time.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 11, 2010
Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water

Scientists at Michigan University may soon be able to detect harmful toxins in drinking water, quickly and cheaply with the development of a new biosensor, using a strip of paper infused with carbon nanotubes.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

The burgeoning electric vehicle EV industry cannot be understood by simply looking at cars. The complete market value is, and will remain, about double the market for cars. The leaders such as Toyota, Honda and Nissan make electric vehicles for many applicational sectors.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Waste exhaust heat could power cars

Waste exhaust heat could power cars

Amerigon designs, develops and markets products based on efficient thermoelectric device technologies, and Amerigon subsidiary, BSST is advancing the use of thermoelectrics in the area of power generation.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2010
LG Display unveils newspaper-size flexible e-paper

LG Display unveils newspaper-size flexible e-paper

LG Display has developed the world's largest flexible e-paper, claim the company in a recent announcement.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2010
Flexible lithium polymer battery

Flexible lithium polymer battery

Researchers at The Advanced Materials Innovation Centre in Japan have developed a lithium polymer battery that can be manufactured by printing technology.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2010
New trends in printed electronics

New trends in printed electronics

Europe's largest event on Printed Electronics, the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2010 in Dresden, Germany in April, will reflect new trends in the subject such as carbon nanotubes in conductive paper and transistors, printing silicon for enhancing solar cells, for transistors and other uses and printing copper at a fraction of the cost of silver.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 20, 2010
Paper-based electronics that perform better than silicon

Paper-based electronics that perform better than silicon

A Portuguese university has developed Paper-e®, an emergent technology for applying field effect transistors on and with paper.
External Company Press Release
Infinite Power Solutions and Arrow Electronics Sign Global Agreement

Infinite Power Solutions and Arrow Electronics Sign Global Agreement

Infinite Power Solutions (IPS), an industry leader in solid-state, thin-film energy storage and energy-harvesting power management products, today announced a global distribution agreement with Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE:ARW), a leading global distributor of electronic components and solutions. Under the agreement, Arrow will distribute IPS' award-winning INFINERGY™ Micro Power Module (MPM) product family.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 14, 2010
Solar cells, e-books...what next?

Solar cells, e-books...what next?

2008 was the year of the solar cell, 2009 is marked by the success and growth of the e-book reader market and 2010 will be the year we start to witness further OLED penetration.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 12, 2010
Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Sharp, EGP and STM to produce innovative thin film photovoltaics

Enel Green Power, Sharp and ST Microelectronics join forces to produce innovative thin-film photovoltaic panels.
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