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Kodak and Heraeus announce milestone in transparent conductive films

Kodak and Heraeus announce milestone in transparent conductive films

External Company Press Release
Breakthrough in transparent conductive films

Breakthrough in transparent conductive films

A resistive touch screen panel made with a Kodak transparent conductive film and featuring completely invisible conductive patterns was demonstrated for the first time today at the Printed Electronics USA 2011 Show.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 30, 2011
Graphene lights up with new possibilities

Graphene lights up with new possibilities

Rice researchers' two-step technique makes graphene suitable for organic chemistry
Printed Electronics World
Nov 29, 2011
CNT films reduce production costs of touch panels

CNT films reduce production costs of touch panels

The use of the CNT films can decrease production costs of touch panels by 10-20% compared to ITO films and also shorten time to market for customers, according to representatives of the Foxconn subsidiary.
External Company Press Release
DuPont Microcircuit materials introduces new silver conductor

DuPont Microcircuit materials introduces new silver conductor

Highest conductivity paste available today enables more cost-effective manufacturing
Printed Electronics World
Nov 25, 2011
Enfucell wins new EU funding

Enfucell wins new EU funding

The FLEXIBILITY consortium, consisting of Enfucell, Siemens, VTT, Varta Microbattery and seven other leading European technology companies and universities, has been granted a 4,9 million euro project funding by the EU commission of which Enfucell's share is 258.000 euros. The project is coordinated by the Dresden University of Technology and has a life span of four years.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2011
Pushing the envelope on paper-based diagnostics

Pushing the envelope on paper-based diagnostics

Paul Yager, chair of the Bioengineering Department at the University of Washington, leads several subcontractors in two major grants totaling up to $26 million pushing the envelope on paper-based diagnostics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2011
Overtaking Barriers: Pushing emerging technologies forward

Overtaking Barriers: Pushing emerging technologies forward

Two of the main challenges in the development and further adoption of flexible electronics have been the sensitivity to moisture and oxygen of active materials, leading to stringent requirements for permeation and the need to replace expensive, brittle ITO, the most popular choice as a transparent conductive layer.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 22, 2011
Printed Electronics USA 2011: Reaching New Milestones

Printed Electronics USA 2011: Reaching New Milestones

Next week the 8th annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event opens at the Santa Clara Convention Center in CA, USA, on Nov 30 - Dec 1. Pre-registrations are 22% higher compared to this point last year and the number of exhibitors has grown by 19%. Pre-registered attendees are coming from 29 countries, with a particularly large contingent from Korea, Japan and Taiwan. Attendees are also coming from afar as China, Australia, India, South Africa and all over Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 22, 2011
On moving printed electronics from enabling technology to application

On moving printed electronics from enabling technology to application

IDTechEx has already shared the sheer scope, profiles of key players, enabling devices, and commercial product possibilities presented by printed electronics. Just a couple years ago, we tracked 500 organizations (50% universities & research institutes, 50% corporations) developing printed or organic transistors, and found that the combined commercial revenue of products using these transistors was zero - in other words, the industry still needed time, money, and partnerships to scale.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 21, 2011
Sorting out the nanotubes, for better electronics.

Sorting out the nanotubes, for better electronics.

A new technique developed by Stanford researchers advances commercial potential of semiconducting carbon nanotubes for printable circuits, bendable display screens, stretchable electronics and solar technology.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm and Inventables offer Arduino-Powered Development Kit

Thinfilm and Inventables offer Arduino-Powered Development Kit

Thinfilm printed electronic memory now available to Inventables' community of technology innovators.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 14, 2011
ASU and University of Hong Kong advance flexible electronics

ASU and University of Hong Kong advance flexible electronics

ASU is already a leader in developing flexible electronics through its Flexible Display Center, created in 2004 through a cooperative agreement with the United States Army Research Laboratory.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 11, 2011
Organic solar cell breakthrough

Organic solar cell breakthrough

Recently Organic Electronics team at NPL have achieved a significant breakthrough in the metrology of organic photovoltaics for solar power applications.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2011
RFID in Russia, CIS, Baltic States 2012-2022

RFID in Russia, CIS, Baltic States 2012-2022

This article shares some of the research carried out for the new IDTechEx report, {{RFID in Russia, CIS, Baltic States 2012-2022| http://www.idtechex.com/research/reports/rfid-in-russia-cis-baltic-states-2012-2022-000285.asp}}.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2011
High fashion meets high-tech

High fashion meets high-tech

The department store Quartier 206 is presenting its new collection using innovative OSRAM lighting
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2011
Demonstrators at the Printed Electronics USA 2011 tradeshow

Demonstrators at the Printed Electronics USA 2011 tradeshow

Three weeks remain until the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2011 conference and tradeshow, the biggest event in the world on the topic. This year's tradeshow will be the largest Printed Electronics exhibition to date, with 105 exhibiting companies already confirmed to exhibit on the 46,000 sq.ft. tradeshow floor of the Santa Clara Convention Centre.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2011
Breakthrough in low loss high frequency carbon nanotube electronics

Breakthrough in low loss high frequency carbon nanotube electronics

A collaboration between researchers at the University of Surrey's Advanced Technology Institute and the Faculty of Mechatronics of Warsaw University of Technology in Poland reports that low electrical loss at frequencies of up to 220 GHz are possible in screen printed carbon nanotube - polymer composites. Producing such low electrical loss materials potentially opens up new types of high frequency large area electronic devices.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 8, 2011
Progress at T-Ink

Progress at T-Ink

The phenomenal and cultural success of Apple and Steve Jobs' vision was the result of technology and artistry coming together to change the way we interact with our world. IDTechEx has long advocated the need for more companies to not only continue to develop breakthrough PE technology but to design and integrate printed electronics into the soul of the product rather than just supplying materials or components.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 7, 2011
Researchers create transistors from natural cotton fibers

Researchers create transistors from natural cotton fibers

Smarter, more functional clothing incorporating electronics may be possible in the near future, according to a study co-authored by Cornell fiber scientist Juan Hinestroza
External Company Press Release
Breakthrough in transparent conductive films

Breakthrough in transparent conductive films

A resistive touch screen panel made with a Kodak transparent conductive film and featuring completely invisible conductive patterns was demonstrated for the first time today at the Printed Electronics USA 2011 Show.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 29, 2011
CNT films reduce production costs of touch panels

CNT films reduce production costs of touch panels

The use of the CNT films can decrease production costs of touch panels by 10-20% compared to ITO films and also shorten time to market for customers, according to representatives of the Foxconn subsidiary.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 25, 2011
Enfucell wins new EU funding

Enfucell wins new EU funding

The FLEXIBILITY consortium, consisting of Enfucell, Siemens, VTT, Varta Microbattery and seven other leading European technology companies and universities, has been granted a 4,9 million euro project funding by the EU commission of which Enfucell's share is 258.000 euros. The project is coordinated by the Dresden University of Technology and has a life span of four years.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2011
Overtaking Barriers: Pushing emerging technologies forward

Overtaking Barriers: Pushing emerging technologies forward

Two of the main challenges in the development and further adoption of flexible electronics have been the sensitivity to moisture and oxygen of active materials, leading to stringent requirements for permeation and the need to replace expensive, brittle ITO, the most popular choice as a transparent conductive layer.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 22, 2011
On moving printed electronics from enabling technology to application

On moving printed electronics from enabling technology to application

IDTechEx has already shared the sheer scope, profiles of key players, enabling devices, and commercial product possibilities presented by printed electronics. Just a couple years ago, we tracked 500 organizations (50% universities & research institutes, 50% corporations) developing printed or organic transistors, and found that the combined commercial revenue of products using these transistors was zero - in other words, the industry still needed time, money, and partnerships to scale.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm and Inventables offer Arduino-Powered Development Kit

Thinfilm and Inventables offer Arduino-Powered Development Kit

Thinfilm printed electronic memory now available to Inventables' community of technology innovators.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 11, 2011
Organic solar cell breakthrough

Organic solar cell breakthrough

Recently Organic Electronics team at NPL have achieved a significant breakthrough in the metrology of organic photovoltaics for solar power applications.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2011
High fashion meets high-tech

High fashion meets high-tech

The department store Quartier 206 is presenting its new collection using innovative OSRAM lighting
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2011
Breakthrough in low loss high frequency carbon nanotube electronics

Breakthrough in low loss high frequency carbon nanotube electronics

A collaboration between researchers at the University of Surrey's Advanced Technology Institute and the Faculty of Mechatronics of Warsaw University of Technology in Poland reports that low electrical loss at frequencies of up to 220 GHz are possible in screen printed carbon nanotube - polymer composites. Producing such low electrical loss materials potentially opens up new types of high frequency large area electronic devices.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 7, 2011
Researchers create transistors from natural cotton fibers

Researchers create transistors from natural cotton fibers

Smarter, more functional clothing incorporating electronics may be possible in the near future, according to a study co-authored by Cornell fiber scientist Juan Hinestroza
Printed Electronics World
Nov 30, 2011
Graphene lights up with new possibilities

Graphene lights up with new possibilities

Rice researchers' two-step technique makes graphene suitable for organic chemistry
External Company Press Release
DuPont Microcircuit materials introduces new silver conductor

DuPont Microcircuit materials introduces new silver conductor

Highest conductivity paste available today enables more cost-effective manufacturing
Printed Electronics World
Nov 24, 2011
Pushing the envelope on paper-based diagnostics

Pushing the envelope on paper-based diagnostics

Paul Yager, chair of the Bioengineering Department at the University of Washington, leads several subcontractors in two major grants totaling up to $26 million pushing the envelope on paper-based diagnostics.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 22, 2011
Printed Electronics USA 2011: Reaching New Milestones

Printed Electronics USA 2011: Reaching New Milestones

Next week the 8th annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event opens at the Santa Clara Convention Center in CA, USA, on Nov 30 - Dec 1. Pre-registrations are 22% higher compared to this point last year and the number of exhibitors has grown by 19%. Pre-registered attendees are coming from 29 countries, with a particularly large contingent from Korea, Japan and Taiwan. Attendees are also coming from afar as China, Australia, India, South Africa and all over Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 21, 2011
Sorting out the nanotubes, for better electronics.

Sorting out the nanotubes, for better electronics.

A new technique developed by Stanford researchers advances commercial potential of semiconducting carbon nanotubes for printable circuits, bendable display screens, stretchable electronics and solar technology.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 14, 2011
ASU and University of Hong Kong advance flexible electronics

ASU and University of Hong Kong advance flexible electronics

ASU is already a leader in developing flexible electronics through its Flexible Display Center, created in 2004 through a cooperative agreement with the United States Army Research Laboratory.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2011
RFID in Russia, CIS, Baltic States 2012-2022

RFID in Russia, CIS, Baltic States 2012-2022

This article shares some of the research carried out for the new IDTechEx report, {{RFID in Russia, CIS, Baltic States 2012-2022| http://www.idtechex.com/research/reports/rfid-in-russia-cis-baltic-states-2012-2022-000285.asp}}.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2011
Demonstrators at the Printed Electronics USA 2011 tradeshow

Demonstrators at the Printed Electronics USA 2011 tradeshow

Three weeks remain until the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2011 conference and tradeshow, the biggest event in the world on the topic. This year's tradeshow will be the largest Printed Electronics exhibition to date, with 105 exhibiting companies already confirmed to exhibit on the 46,000 sq.ft. tradeshow floor of the Santa Clara Convention Centre.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 8, 2011
Progress at T-Ink

Progress at T-Ink

The phenomenal and cultural success of Apple and Steve Jobs' vision was the result of technology and artistry coming together to change the way we interact with our world. IDTechEx has long advocated the need for more companies to not only continue to develop breakthrough PE technology but to design and integrate printed electronics into the soul of the product rather than just supplying materials or components.
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