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Organic transistor with metal oxide gate dielectric

Organic transistor with metal oxide gate dielectric

Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2011
Curved carbon for electronics of the future

Curved carbon for electronics of the future

A new scientific discovery could have profound implications for nanoelectronic components. Researchers from the Nano-Science Center at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with Japanese researchers, have shown how electrons on thin tubes of graphite exhibit a unique interaction between their motion and their attached magnetic field - the so-called spin.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2011
Liquavista acquired by Samsung

Liquavista acquired by Samsung

Liquavista BV was recently acquired by consumer electronics firm Samsung Electronics in a buyout of all shares from past shareholders.
External Company Press Release
Lumiotec to begin sample shipment of OLED lighting panels

Lumiotec to begin sample shipment of OLED lighting panels

Move toward evolution into OLED panel business entity -
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2011
Tera-barrier investment & exclusive distribution agreement with Kisco

Tera-barrier investment & exclusive distribution agreement with Kisco

Tera-Barrier Films have announced that KISCO LTD. has made a strategic investment in the company's Series "A" Investment round and became the company's Exclusive Distributor for Asia Pacific.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2011
China vs. USA in disruptive transport technology

China vs. USA in disruptive transport technology

China could lead the efforts to roll out electric vehicles and deploy disruptive new transport technologies at scale more quickly than the United States, according to a new report by Accenture that compares the two countries.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2011
Light Tape lights Burlesque Premier red carpet

Light Tape lights Burlesque Premier red carpet

How do you light up a red carpet laid on the pavement of Leicester Square? You use Light Tape of course
External Company Press Release
T3 series clean energy, electric stand-up vehicle

T3 series clean energy, electric stand-up vehicle

Pentagon deploys T3 series clean energy, electric stand-up vehicle for perimeter security
Printed Electronics World
Jan 24, 2011
World's first colour e-reader?

World's first colour e-reader?

Chinese manufacturer Hanvon unveiled the World's first color e-ink e-reader at CES 2011 earlier this month. The device uses e-ink technology and has the capability of displaying up to 4096 colours. This is achieved by overlaying a colour filter over the black and white screen to produce the colours. In addition the contrast ratio has doubled over the last year so that the black and white colours still show through the colour filter. Although Barnes & Noble recently announced a color Nook and the Apple iPad has a color screen, both devices use LCD technology used for televisions and monitors.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2011
Perth Company first to produce carbon nanotubes in Australia

Perth Company first to produce carbon nanotubes in Australia

A Perth company is set to become by the end of the year, Australia's first commercial producer of the high strength but micro-sized and environmentally friendly carbon nanotubes.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2011
EPA and Chrysler to bring hybrid technology to the street

EPA and Chrysler to bring hybrid technology to the street

Chrysler with EPA's patented technology to develop a hydraulic hybrid minivan as a demonstration vehicle.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2011
Self-repairing solar cells

Self-repairing solar cells

Researchers are creating a new type of solar cell designed to self-repair like natural photosynthetic systems in plants by using carbon nanotubes and DNA, an approach aimed at increasing service life and reducing cost.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 20, 2011
Epitaxial graphene shows promise for replacing silicon in electronics

Epitaxial graphene shows promise for replacing silicon in electronics

Move over silicon. There's a new electronic material in town, and it goes fast.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2011
RUSNANO finalizes investment in Plastic Logic

RUSNANO finalizes investment in Plastic Logic

RUSNANO finalizes investment in Plastic Logic : $700 Million total investment project will include building world's largest commercial plastic electronics factory in Zelenograd;
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm addressable memory design completed

Thinfilm addressable memory design completed

The design of the world's first printed rewritable memory array with logic circuitry is ready.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2011
LED screen with built in solar panel

LED screen with built in solar panel

Megatex Inc. has developed an LED screen which combines LED technology and renewable energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2011
Smart Skin for Land, Sea and Air Vehicles

Smart Skin for Land, Sea and Air Vehicles

Cars that glow in the dark and have far more passenger space, aircraft and submarines that monitor their complete outer surface, military vehicles that destroy missiles that hit them. The common factor here is smart skin.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2011
SoloPower's new solar panel manufacturing facility in Oregon

SoloPower's new solar panel manufacturing facility in Oregon

SoloPower, Inc., a California-based manufacturer of flexible, thin film solar cells and modules, announces it will locate a high volume manufacturing facility in Wilsonville, Oregon.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2011
Carbon nanotube webs and biscrolled yarns

Carbon nanotube webs and biscrolled yarns

UT Dallas's biscrolling technology is rich in application possibilities. For instance to make improved biofuel cells that might eventually be used to power medical implants
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2011
UDC and LG Display extend their PHOLED commercial supply agreement

UDC and LG Display extend their PHOLED commercial supply agreement

Universal Display and LG Display have renewed their commercial supply agreement. The current agreement will run for 6 months, until June 30, 2011.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2011
Curved carbon for electronics of the future

Curved carbon for electronics of the future

A new scientific discovery could have profound implications for nanoelectronic components. Researchers from the Nano-Science Center at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with Japanese researchers, have shown how electrons on thin tubes of graphite exhibit a unique interaction between their motion and their attached magnetic field - the so-called spin.
External Company Press Release
Lumiotec to begin sample shipment of OLED lighting panels

Lumiotec to begin sample shipment of OLED lighting panels

Move toward evolution into OLED panel business entity -
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2011
China vs. USA in disruptive transport technology

China vs. USA in disruptive transport technology

China could lead the efforts to roll out electric vehicles and deploy disruptive new transport technologies at scale more quickly than the United States, according to a new report by Accenture that compares the two countries.
External Company Press Release
T3 series clean energy, electric stand-up vehicle

T3 series clean energy, electric stand-up vehicle

Pentagon deploys T3 series clean energy, electric stand-up vehicle for perimeter security
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2011
Perth Company first to produce carbon nanotubes in Australia

Perth Company first to produce carbon nanotubes in Australia

A Perth company is set to become by the end of the year, Australia's first commercial producer of the high strength but micro-sized and environmentally friendly carbon nanotubes.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2011
Self-repairing solar cells

Self-repairing solar cells

Researchers are creating a new type of solar cell designed to self-repair like natural photosynthetic systems in plants by using carbon nanotubes and DNA, an approach aimed at increasing service life and reducing cost.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2011
RUSNANO finalizes investment in Plastic Logic

RUSNANO finalizes investment in Plastic Logic

RUSNANO finalizes investment in Plastic Logic : $700 Million total investment project will include building world's largest commercial plastic electronics factory in Zelenograd;
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2011
LED screen with built in solar panel

LED screen with built in solar panel

Megatex Inc. has developed an LED screen which combines LED technology and renewable energy.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2011
SoloPower's new solar panel manufacturing facility in Oregon

SoloPower's new solar panel manufacturing facility in Oregon

SoloPower, Inc., a California-based manufacturer of flexible, thin film solar cells and modules, announces it will locate a high volume manufacturing facility in Wilsonville, Oregon.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2011
UDC and LG Display extend their PHOLED commercial supply agreement

UDC and LG Display extend their PHOLED commercial supply agreement

Universal Display and LG Display have renewed their commercial supply agreement. The current agreement will run for 6 months, until June 30, 2011.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2011
Liquavista acquired by Samsung

Liquavista acquired by Samsung

Liquavista BV was recently acquired by consumer electronics firm Samsung Electronics in a buyout of all shares from past shareholders.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 26, 2011
Tera-barrier investment & exclusive distribution agreement with Kisco

Tera-barrier investment & exclusive distribution agreement with Kisco

Tera-Barrier Films have announced that KISCO LTD. has made a strategic investment in the company's Series "A" Investment round and became the company's Exclusive Distributor for Asia Pacific.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 25, 2011
Light Tape lights Burlesque Premier red carpet

Light Tape lights Burlesque Premier red carpet

How do you light up a red carpet laid on the pavement of Leicester Square? You use Light Tape of course
Printed Electronics World
Jan 24, 2011
World's first colour e-reader?

World's first colour e-reader?

Chinese manufacturer Hanvon unveiled the World's first color e-ink e-reader at CES 2011 earlier this month. The device uses e-ink technology and has the capability of displaying up to 4096 colours. This is achieved by overlaying a colour filter over the black and white screen to produce the colours. In addition the contrast ratio has doubled over the last year so that the black and white colours still show through the colour filter. Although Barnes & Noble recently announced a color Nook and the Apple iPad has a color screen, both devices use LCD technology used for televisions and monitors.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 21, 2011
EPA and Chrysler to bring hybrid technology to the street

EPA and Chrysler to bring hybrid technology to the street

Chrysler with EPA's patented technology to develop a hydraulic hybrid minivan as a demonstration vehicle.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 20, 2011
Epitaxial graphene shows promise for replacing silicon in electronics

Epitaxial graphene shows promise for replacing silicon in electronics

Move over silicon. There's a new electronic material in town, and it goes fast.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm addressable memory design completed

Thinfilm addressable memory design completed

The design of the world's first printed rewritable memory array with logic circuitry is ready.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 19, 2011
Smart Skin for Land, Sea and Air Vehicles

Smart Skin for Land, Sea and Air Vehicles

Cars that glow in the dark and have far more passenger space, aircraft and submarines that monitor their complete outer surface, military vehicles that destroy missiles that hit them. The common factor here is smart skin.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 18, 2011
Carbon nanotube webs and biscrolled yarns

Carbon nanotube webs and biscrolled yarns

UT Dallas's biscrolling technology is rich in application possibilities. For instance to make improved biofuel cells that might eventually be used to power medical implants
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