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Geckos inspire new method to print electronics on complex surfaces

Geckos inspire new method to print electronics on complex surfaces

Printed Electronics World
Sep 30, 2010
How hybrids will transmute into pure EVs - The REEV

How hybrids will transmute into pure EVs - The REEV

A consortium of automotive partners including US owned European electric vehicle manufacturer Think, Indian owned, Jaguar Land Rover of the UK, US owned Lotus of the UK and Nissan of Japan has been granted £9.5m by the UK government to aid research into range-extended electric vehicles (REEV).
Printed Electronics World
Sep 29, 2010
Coherent supports Holst Centre research on smart-foil integration

Coherent supports Holst Centre research on smart-foil integration

Coherent and Holst Centre announced their cooperation in the field of flexible electronics.
External Company Press Release
ANT95-R and ANT130-R nanopositioning rotary stages

ANT95-R and ANT130-R nanopositioning rotary stages

ANT95-R and ANT130-R nanopositioning rotary stages offer laboratory performance on a 24/7 production floor.
External Company Press Release
A paradigm shift for the $25 billion outdoor advertising industry

A paradigm shift for the $25 billion outdoor advertising industry

The $25 billion outdoor advertising industry is turning from the old sluggish platform of static poster advertisements to a new media platform thanks to digital displays.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 27, 2010
Research team assesses environmental impact of organic solar cells

Research team assesses environmental impact of organic solar cells

Solar energy could be a central alternative to petroleum-based energy production. However, current solar-cell technology often does not produce the same energy yield and is more expensive to mass-produce.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 26, 2010
Carbon nanotubes could soon form antennas that capture light energy

Carbon nanotubes could soon form antennas that capture light energy

New antenna made of carbon nanotubes could make photovoltaic cells more efficient by concentrating solar energy.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2010
New film technologies for printed polymer electronics developed

New film technologies for printed polymer electronics developed

Bayer MaterialScience has developed extensive technology know-how and a wide range of materials for printing polycarbonate films.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 23, 2010
New OPV company launched

New OPV company launched

Cambridge Enterprise, the University of Cambridge's commercialisation office, and the Carbon Trust have announced the launch of Eight19 Limited, a new solar energy company which will develop and manufacture high performance, lower cost plastic solar cells for high-growth volume markets.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 22, 2010
Universal Display awarded three DOE grants

Universal Display awarded three DOE grants

Three SBIR awards are focused on developing organic LED technology for high-efficiency lighting.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 22, 2010
World's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array photovoltaic device

World's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array photovoltaic device

Advancements in Illuminex's patented nanowire array production process are paving the way to commercial solar/photovoltaic textiles for rooftop power generation, PV textiles and other large solar power applications.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 21, 2010
Illuminex's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array PV device

Illuminex's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array PV device

Advancements in Illuminex's patented nanowire array production process pave the way to commercial solar/photovoltaic textiles for rooftop power generation, PV textiles and other large solar power applications.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 20, 2010
The Macro Economics of OPV according to Riso DTU

The Macro Economics of OPV according to Riso DTU

Riso is the National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy at the Technical University of Denmark - DTU. It contributes to research, development and international exploitation of sustainable energy technologies and strengthens economic development in Denmark.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 20, 2010
Closer look on the 2nd German stimulus package & 1st model region

Closer look on the 2nd German stimulus package & 1st model region

With joint efforts the federal government and the German economy is going to develop Germany into an international driving market for e-mobility. The objective is to have one million electric vehicles and a further 500,000 fuel cell powered vehicles operating on Germany's roads by 2020. Germany is also strong in electric aircraft such as PC-Aero and in industrial EVs.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2010
TSMC begins building solar R&D center and fab in central Taiwan

TSMC begins building solar R&D center and fab in central Taiwan

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company enters into the thin-film solar photovoltaic (PV) market.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2010
Urine powered fuel cells a possibility

Urine powered fuel cells a possibility

A research team at Heriot-Watt University is developing the world's first Direct Urea Powered Fuel Cells targeting applications in water treatment/purification and renewable energy where urea is a problem contaminant.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2010
Most powerful microscope in the UK unveiled

Most powerful microscope in the UK unveiled

The most powerful atom resolving microscope in the UK was revealed at the University of Cambridge.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2010
Laser power for unmanned aerial vehicles

Laser power for unmanned aerial vehicles

LaserMotive, a Seattle-based company developing laser power beaming systems to transmit electricity without wires, has demonstrated their technology by keeping a model helicopter hovering for hours on just a few watts of laser power.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2010
Masdar supplies thin-film modules for electricity for Indian villages

Masdar supplies thin-film modules for electricity for Indian villages

Supply contract with IG Solar PVT Ltd for 1.5 MWp . Sustainable electricity supply on the basis of renewable energy sources for ten villages to be constructed in India. Masdar City serves as a archetype for the project.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 15, 2010
Ascent Solar signs distribution agreement with Radiant Holding China

Ascent Solar signs distribution agreement with Radiant Holding China

Direct Integration of Ascent Solar Modules into Radiant's Metal Roofing and Façade Systems
Printed Electronics World
Sep 30, 2010
How hybrids will transmute into pure EVs - The REEV

How hybrids will transmute into pure EVs - The REEV

A consortium of automotive partners including US owned European electric vehicle manufacturer Think, Indian owned, Jaguar Land Rover of the UK, US owned Lotus of the UK and Nissan of Japan has been granted £9.5m by the UK government to aid research into range-extended electric vehicles (REEV).
External Company Press Release
ANT95-R and ANT130-R nanopositioning rotary stages

ANT95-R and ANT130-R nanopositioning rotary stages

ANT95-R and ANT130-R nanopositioning rotary stages offer laboratory performance on a 24/7 production floor.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 27, 2010
Research team assesses environmental impact of organic solar cells

Research team assesses environmental impact of organic solar cells

Solar energy could be a central alternative to petroleum-based energy production. However, current solar-cell technology often does not produce the same energy yield and is more expensive to mass-produce.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 24, 2010
New film technologies for printed polymer electronics developed

New film technologies for printed polymer electronics developed

Bayer MaterialScience has developed extensive technology know-how and a wide range of materials for printing polycarbonate films.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 22, 2010
Universal Display awarded three DOE grants

Universal Display awarded three DOE grants

Three SBIR awards are focused on developing organic LED technology for high-efficiency lighting.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 21, 2010
Illuminex's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array PV device

Illuminex's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array PV device

Advancements in Illuminex's patented nanowire array production process pave the way to commercial solar/photovoltaic textiles for rooftop power generation, PV textiles and other large solar power applications.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 20, 2010
Closer look on the 2nd German stimulus package & 1st model region

Closer look on the 2nd German stimulus package & 1st model region

With joint efforts the federal government and the German economy is going to develop Germany into an international driving market for e-mobility. The objective is to have one million electric vehicles and a further 500,000 fuel cell powered vehicles operating on Germany's roads by 2020. Germany is also strong in electric aircraft such as PC-Aero and in industrial EVs.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2010
Urine powered fuel cells a possibility

Urine powered fuel cells a possibility

A research team at Heriot-Watt University is developing the world's first Direct Urea Powered Fuel Cells targeting applications in water treatment/purification and renewable energy where urea is a problem contaminant.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2010
Laser power for unmanned aerial vehicles

Laser power for unmanned aerial vehicles

LaserMotive, a Seattle-based company developing laser power beaming systems to transmit electricity without wires, has demonstrated their technology by keeping a model helicopter hovering for hours on just a few watts of laser power.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 15, 2010
Ascent Solar signs distribution agreement with Radiant Holding China

Ascent Solar signs distribution agreement with Radiant Holding China

Direct Integration of Ascent Solar Modules into Radiant's Metal Roofing and Façade Systems
Printed Electronics World
Sep 29, 2010
Coherent supports Holst Centre research on smart-foil integration

Coherent supports Holst Centre research on smart-foil integration

Coherent and Holst Centre announced their cooperation in the field of flexible electronics.
External Company Press Release
A paradigm shift for the $25 billion outdoor advertising industry

A paradigm shift for the $25 billion outdoor advertising industry

The $25 billion outdoor advertising industry is turning from the old sluggish platform of static poster advertisements to a new media platform thanks to digital displays.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 26, 2010
Carbon nanotubes could soon form antennas that capture light energy

Carbon nanotubes could soon form antennas that capture light energy

New antenna made of carbon nanotubes could make photovoltaic cells more efficient by concentrating solar energy.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 23, 2010
New OPV company launched

New OPV company launched

Cambridge Enterprise, the University of Cambridge's commercialisation office, and the Carbon Trust have announced the launch of Eight19 Limited, a new solar energy company which will develop and manufacture high performance, lower cost plastic solar cells for high-growth volume markets.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 22, 2010
World's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array photovoltaic device

World's highest-efficiency silicon nanowire array photovoltaic device

Advancements in Illuminex's patented nanowire array production process are paving the way to commercial solar/photovoltaic textiles for rooftop power generation, PV textiles and other large solar power applications.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 20, 2010
The Macro Economics of OPV according to Riso DTU

The Macro Economics of OPV according to Riso DTU

Riso is the National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy at the Technical University of Denmark - DTU. It contributes to research, development and international exploitation of sustainable energy technologies and strengthens economic development in Denmark.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 17, 2010
TSMC begins building solar R&D center and fab in central Taiwan

TSMC begins building solar R&D center and fab in central Taiwan

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company enters into the thin-film solar photovoltaic (PV) market.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2010
Most powerful microscope in the UK unveiled

Most powerful microscope in the UK unveiled

The most powerful atom resolving microscope in the UK was revealed at the University of Cambridge.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 16, 2010
Masdar supplies thin-film modules for electricity for Indian villages

Masdar supplies thin-film modules for electricity for Indian villages

Supply contract with IG Solar PVT Ltd for 1.5 MWp . Sustainable electricity supply on the basis of renewable energy sources for ten villages to be constructed in India. Masdar City serves as a archetype for the project.
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