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Nano machine shop shapes nanowires, ultrathin films

Nano machine shop shapes nanowires, ultrathin films

Printed Electronics World
Aug 30, 2012
One-molecule-thick material has big advantages

One-molecule-thick material has big advantages

A new research suggests that was just the beginning: A whole family of two-dimensional materials may open up even broader possibilities for applications that could change many aspects of modern life.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 30, 2012
Zinc based energy harvesting

Zinc based energy harvesting

A new IDTechEx report requested by several of the world's largest chemical companies looks at the families of element and compound that will be most widely used in the new electronics and electrics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 29, 2012
Plextronics partners with Holst Centre to drive OLED lighting

Plextronics partners with Holst Centre to drive OLED lighting

Plextronics and TNO (NL), have announced their partnership on shared research towards flexible organic light emitting diode (OLED) lighting and signage.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 28, 2012
FlexTech Alliance funds multi-partner project

FlexTech Alliance funds multi-partner project

Technology from PARC, Thinfilm Electronics and University of California at Berkeley Establish Foundation for Low Cost Medical, Pharmaceutical and Food Supply Monitoring
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2012
Manchester to host £64m BP research centre

Manchester to host £64m BP research centre

BP is to establish a £64 million international research centre, known as the BP International Centre for Advanced Materials, or BP-ICAM at The University of Manchester.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 24, 2012
XG Sciences dedicates new headquarters and manufacturing facility

XG Sciences dedicates new headquarters and manufacturing facility

XG Sciences, a manufacturer of graphene nanoplatelets and related materials, held a Grand Opening ceremony on Thursday, August 16, 2012 to commemorate the start of production in its new combined headquarters and manufacturing facility in Delhi Township, near Lansing, MI.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 23, 2012
Aixtron delivers a flexible organic electronics production system

Aixtron delivers a flexible organic electronics production system

Aixtron announced that it has delivered a production-scale PRODOS Gen-3.5 Polymer Vapor Phase Deposition (PVPD) system to a major prestigious Asian customer. This system will be used to produce novel flexible electronic devices through the deposition of organic polymer thin films.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 22, 2012
Assess the future of graphene at Graphene LIVE!

Assess the future of graphene at Graphene LIVE!

Graphene is one of the most exciting new materials currently being developed. It brings superlative performance to supercapacitors, batteries, touch screens, logic, sensors, displays, composites and much more thanks to its electrical, thermal and mechanical properties.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 21, 2012
Transistors made from graphene nanoribbons

Transistors made from graphene nanoribbons

Seng Ghee Tan at the A*STAR Data Storage Institute and co-workers at the National University of Singapore have now shown that graphene has additional applications in magnetic data storage.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 17, 2012
Ultra elastic electrode material developed

Ultra elastic electrode material developed

KAIST research team succeeded in developing the next generation flexible and elastic electrode material crucial in the development of flexible displays, wearable computers etc.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 16, 2012
Applied Nanotech unveils low-cost micron copper ink

Applied Nanotech unveils low-cost micron copper ink

Can replace more expensive silver inks used in the growing printed electronics industry
Printed Electronics World
Aug 15, 2012
Wireless power for the price of a penny

Wireless power for the price of a penny

The newspaper-style printing of electronic equipment has led to a cost-effective device that could change the way we interact with everyday objects.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 10, 2012
E Ink agrees to buy SiPix shares

E Ink agrees to buy SiPix shares

E Ink and LCD technologies has signed a definitive agreement to buy shares of SiPix Technology and its wholly owned subsidiary SiPix Imaging, the maker of electronic paper displays.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 9, 2012
Conductive Compounds announces formable conductive inks

Conductive Compounds announces formable conductive inks

Printable, formable conductive inks that can be applied to a flat plastic substrate and then molded into various shapes offer exciting new opportunities to engineers and designers trying to incorporate internal electronic circuitry into molded automotive and aircraft interior parts, as well as a wide variety of industrial and consumer electronic assemblies
Printed Electronics World
Aug 8, 2012
Printed thin film transistors to be discussed in Tokyo

Printed thin film transistors to be discussed in Tokyo

Today, we have a rapidly increasing range of material options available for fabricating TFTs, including oxides, organics, etc. In spite of this, amorphous and polycrystalline silicon remain the dominant technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 6, 2012
Success in self-assembly of quantum dots with world's highest density

Success in self-assembly of quantum dots with world's highest density

The NIMS Photonic Materials Unit recently succeeded in the development of a new self-assembly technique for quantum dots with the world's highest surface density, greatly exceeding the previously reported value.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 1, 2012
Going big

Going big

UD researchers report progress in development of carbon nanotube-based continuous fibers.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 30, 2012
One-molecule-thick material has big advantages

One-molecule-thick material has big advantages

A new research suggests that was just the beginning: A whole family of two-dimensional materials may open up even broader possibilities for applications that could change many aspects of modern life.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 29, 2012
Plextronics partners with Holst Centre to drive OLED lighting

Plextronics partners with Holst Centre to drive OLED lighting

Plextronics and TNO (NL), have announced their partnership on shared research towards flexible organic light emitting diode (OLED) lighting and signage.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 27, 2012
Manchester to host £64m BP research centre

Manchester to host £64m BP research centre

BP is to establish a £64 million international research centre, known as the BP International Centre for Advanced Materials, or BP-ICAM at The University of Manchester.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 23, 2012
Aixtron delivers a flexible organic electronics production system

Aixtron delivers a flexible organic electronics production system

Aixtron announced that it has delivered a production-scale PRODOS Gen-3.5 Polymer Vapor Phase Deposition (PVPD) system to a major prestigious Asian customer. This system will be used to produce novel flexible electronic devices through the deposition of organic polymer thin films.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 21, 2012
Transistors made from graphene nanoribbons

Transistors made from graphene nanoribbons

Seng Ghee Tan at the A*STAR Data Storage Institute and co-workers at the National University of Singapore have now shown that graphene has additional applications in magnetic data storage.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 16, 2012
Applied Nanotech unveils low-cost micron copper ink

Applied Nanotech unveils low-cost micron copper ink

Can replace more expensive silver inks used in the growing printed electronics industry
Printed Electronics World
Aug 10, 2012
E Ink agrees to buy SiPix shares

E Ink agrees to buy SiPix shares

E Ink and LCD technologies has signed a definitive agreement to buy shares of SiPix Technology and its wholly owned subsidiary SiPix Imaging, the maker of electronic paper displays.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 8, 2012
Printed thin film transistors to be discussed in Tokyo

Printed thin film transistors to be discussed in Tokyo

Today, we have a rapidly increasing range of material options available for fabricating TFTs, including oxides, organics, etc. In spite of this, amorphous and polycrystalline silicon remain the dominant technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 1, 2012
Going big

Going big

UD researchers report progress in development of carbon nanotube-based continuous fibers.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 30, 2012
Zinc based energy harvesting

Zinc based energy harvesting

A new IDTechEx report requested by several of the world's largest chemical companies looks at the families of element and compound that will be most widely used in the new electronics and electrics.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 28, 2012
FlexTech Alliance funds multi-partner project

FlexTech Alliance funds multi-partner project

Technology from PARC, Thinfilm Electronics and University of California at Berkeley Establish Foundation for Low Cost Medical, Pharmaceutical and Food Supply Monitoring
Printed Electronics World
Aug 24, 2012
XG Sciences dedicates new headquarters and manufacturing facility

XG Sciences dedicates new headquarters and manufacturing facility

XG Sciences, a manufacturer of graphene nanoplatelets and related materials, held a Grand Opening ceremony on Thursday, August 16, 2012 to commemorate the start of production in its new combined headquarters and manufacturing facility in Delhi Township, near Lansing, MI.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 22, 2012
Assess the future of graphene at Graphene LIVE!

Assess the future of graphene at Graphene LIVE!

Graphene is one of the most exciting new materials currently being developed. It brings superlative performance to supercapacitors, batteries, touch screens, logic, sensors, displays, composites and much more thanks to its electrical, thermal and mechanical properties.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 17, 2012
Ultra elastic electrode material developed

Ultra elastic electrode material developed

KAIST research team succeeded in developing the next generation flexible and elastic electrode material crucial in the development of flexible displays, wearable computers etc.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 15, 2012
Wireless power for the price of a penny

Wireless power for the price of a penny

The newspaper-style printing of electronic equipment has led to a cost-effective device that could change the way we interact with everyday objects.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 9, 2012
Conductive Compounds announces formable conductive inks

Conductive Compounds announces formable conductive inks

Printable, formable conductive inks that can be applied to a flat plastic substrate and then molded into various shapes offer exciting new opportunities to engineers and designers trying to incorporate internal electronic circuitry into molded automotive and aircraft interior parts, as well as a wide variety of industrial and consumer electronic assemblies
Printed Electronics World
Aug 6, 2012
Success in self-assembly of quantum dots with world's highest density

Success in self-assembly of quantum dots with world's highest density

The NIMS Photonic Materials Unit recently succeeded in the development of a new self-assembly technique for quantum dots with the world's highest surface density, greatly exceeding the previously reported value.
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