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Fraunhofer ISC enables wearable technology for medical devices

Fraunhofer ISC enables wearable technology for medical devices

Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 10 November 2015.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm and Ypsomed partner to make medical devices smart

Thinfilm and Ypsomed partner to make medical devices smart

The Ypsomed Group, a leading medical technology firm, has announced in its semi-annual report that the company will collaborate with Thin Film Electronics ASA to incorporate NFC OpenSense technology into its line of YpsoMate autoinjection devices.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Graphene based inks for high-speed manufacturing printed electronics

Graphene based inks for high-speed manufacturing printed electronics

A low-cost, high-speed method for printing electronics using graphene and other conductive materials could open up a wide range of commercial applications.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
New biomimetic structural electronics

New biomimetic structural electronics

Biomimetics - usefully copying nature - is alive and well.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2015
Directa Plus: Flame Retardant and Smart Graphene based Textiles

Directa Plus: Flame Retardant and Smart Graphene based Textiles

Video interview with Directa Plus at Graphen & 2D Materials Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2015
DOWA Launch a Copper Nano Particle Ink for RFID Antenna

DOWA Launch a Copper Nano Particle Ink for RFID Antenna

Video interview with DOWA at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2015
Artificial skin that can send pressure sensation to brain cells

Artificial skin that can send pressure sensation to brain cells

Engineers have created a plastic "skin" that can detect how hard it is being pressed and generate an electric signal to deliver this sensory input directly to a living brain cell.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2015
Top ten trends you'll see at Printed Electronics USA 2015

Top ten trends you'll see at Printed Electronics USA 2015

Today's emerging technologies are varied, vast - and moving at the blink of an eye. Here are the top 10 key trends we'll see at the show that are changing the way the world lives, works and plays.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2015
Who will survive the brutal consolidation in the TCF industry?

Who will survive the brutal consolidation in the TCF industry?

The transparent conductive film industry will nearly be a $430 million industry in 2015, according to the IDTechEx Research report Transparent Conductive Films (TCF) 2015-2025: Forecasts, Markets, Technologies. This is counting the value of the entire un-patterned film, and excluding markets based on glass (most thin film PV and LCD displays).
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2015
Quantum dots making inroads in displays

Quantum dots making inroads in displays

Quantum dots have been developed since the early 80's but it is only recently that they made an appearance in consumer products such as TVs and tablet computers. IDTechEx Research has published a new market report on quantum dots titled Quantum Dots 2016-2026: Applications, Markets, Manufacturers, and as part of this study we have looked at their impact on the display industry. Is this the technology that will enable LCD to rival OLED?
Printed Electronics World
Oct 27, 2015
Graphene solves the big problems in energy storage

Graphene solves the big problems in energy storage

The graphene industry is at a critical juncture for many small to medium sized companies: it is time for them to generate revenues and pre-empt any pending cash flow issues. These companies cannot often afford to take the long view, which many research groups and government are rightly taking.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 26, 2015
CYNORA Creating Iridium-Free OLED Materials

CYNORA Creating Iridium-Free OLED Materials

Video interview with CYNORA at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 23, 2015
Graphene's centre of gravity shifts to China?

Graphene's centre of gravity shifts to China?

Europeans won the Nobel Prize for their work on graphene but they are not necessarily winning on the commercial front. In fact, it is the Chinese who might overtake them.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 21, 2015
PiezoTech: Creating Speakers Using Electroactive Fluorinated Polymers

PiezoTech: Creating Speakers Using Electroactive Fluorinated Polymers

Interview with PiezoTech at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 21, 2015
Don't take our word for it - what companies are saying about PE USA

Don't take our word for it - what companies are saying about PE USA

Printed Electronics USA 2015 is the largest event in the world on printed, flexible and organic electronics and all its applications, with over 200 exhibitors and 3000 attendees expected. See and learn new things, understand what end users want and discover your opportunities at this international event drawing attendees from 47 countries.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 21, 2015
Webinar Thursday 5 November: RFID 2015 Review and Outlook to 2020

Webinar Thursday 5 November: RFID 2015 Review and Outlook to 2020

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Thursday 5 November 2015.
External Company Press Release
Nano Dimension introduces AgCite™

Nano Dimension introduces AgCite™

Nano Dimension Ltd today announced its AgCite™ line of conductive silver nanoparticle inks for inkjet deposition.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 20, 2015
More-than-Moore? Can electronics packaging keep up?

More-than-Moore? Can electronics packaging keep up?

Advanced microelectronics are moving on from the Moore's Law era to be More-than-Moore. Denser chips have higher internal and external clock rates, and higher power dissipation.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 20, 2015
Is 3D printing using binders having a resurgence?

Is 3D printing using binders having a resurgence?

Jetting binder on layers of plastic powder was originally developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1993. This binder-on-powder process was the first to be known as 3D Printing technology.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

Webinar Tues 10 November: Graphene becoming available and affordable?

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 10 November 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 30, 2015
Graphene based inks for high-speed manufacturing printed electronics

Graphene based inks for high-speed manufacturing printed electronics

A low-cost, high-speed method for printing electronics using graphene and other conductive materials could open up a wide range of commercial applications.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2015
Directa Plus: Flame Retardant and Smart Graphene based Textiles

Directa Plus: Flame Retardant and Smart Graphene based Textiles

Video interview with Directa Plus at Graphen & 2D Materials Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2015
Artificial skin that can send pressure sensation to brain cells

Artificial skin that can send pressure sensation to brain cells

Engineers have created a plastic "skin" that can detect how hard it is being pressed and generate an electric signal to deliver this sensory input directly to a living brain cell.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2015
Who will survive the brutal consolidation in the TCF industry?

Who will survive the brutal consolidation in the TCF industry?

The transparent conductive film industry will nearly be a $430 million industry in 2015, according to the IDTechEx Research report Transparent Conductive Films (TCF) 2015-2025: Forecasts, Markets, Technologies. This is counting the value of the entire un-patterned film, and excluding markets based on glass (most thin film PV and LCD displays).
Printed Electronics World
Oct 27, 2015
Graphene solves the big problems in energy storage

Graphene solves the big problems in energy storage

The graphene industry is at a critical juncture for many small to medium sized companies: it is time for them to generate revenues and pre-empt any pending cash flow issues. These companies cannot often afford to take the long view, which many research groups and government are rightly taking.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 23, 2015
Graphene's centre of gravity shifts to China?

Graphene's centre of gravity shifts to China?

Europeans won the Nobel Prize for their work on graphene but they are not necessarily winning on the commercial front. In fact, it is the Chinese who might overtake them.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 21, 2015
Don't take our word for it - what companies are saying about PE USA

Don't take our word for it - what companies are saying about PE USA

Printed Electronics USA 2015 is the largest event in the world on printed, flexible and organic electronics and all its applications, with over 200 exhibitors and 3000 attendees expected. See and learn new things, understand what end users want and discover your opportunities at this international event drawing attendees from 47 countries.
External Company Press Release
Nano Dimension introduces AgCite™

Nano Dimension introduces AgCite™

Nano Dimension Ltd today announced its AgCite™ line of conductive silver nanoparticle inks for inkjet deposition.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 20, 2015
Is 3D printing using binders having a resurgence?

Is 3D printing using binders having a resurgence?

Jetting binder on layers of plastic powder was originally developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1993. This binder-on-powder process was the first to be known as 3D Printing technology.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm and Ypsomed partner to make medical devices smart

Thinfilm and Ypsomed partner to make medical devices smart

The Ypsomed Group, a leading medical technology firm, has announced in its semi-annual report that the company will collaborate with Thin Film Electronics ASA to incorporate NFC OpenSense technology into its line of YpsoMate autoinjection devices.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
New biomimetic structural electronics

New biomimetic structural electronics

Biomimetics - usefully copying nature - is alive and well.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2015
DOWA Launch a Copper Nano Particle Ink for RFID Antenna

DOWA Launch a Copper Nano Particle Ink for RFID Antenna

Video interview with DOWA at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2015
Top ten trends you'll see at Printed Electronics USA 2015

Top ten trends you'll see at Printed Electronics USA 2015

Today's emerging technologies are varied, vast - and moving at the blink of an eye. Here are the top 10 key trends we'll see at the show that are changing the way the world lives, works and plays.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 28, 2015
Quantum dots making inroads in displays

Quantum dots making inroads in displays

Quantum dots have been developed since the early 80's but it is only recently that they made an appearance in consumer products such as TVs and tablet computers. IDTechEx Research has published a new market report on quantum dots titled Quantum Dots 2016-2026: Applications, Markets, Manufacturers, and as part of this study we have looked at their impact on the display industry. Is this the technology that will enable LCD to rival OLED?
Printed Electronics World
Oct 26, 2015
CYNORA Creating Iridium-Free OLED Materials

CYNORA Creating Iridium-Free OLED Materials

Video interview with CYNORA at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 21, 2015
PiezoTech: Creating Speakers Using Electroactive Fluorinated Polymers

PiezoTech: Creating Speakers Using Electroactive Fluorinated Polymers

Interview with PiezoTech at Printed Electronics Europe.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 21, 2015
Webinar Thursday 5 November: RFID 2015 Review and Outlook to 2020

Webinar Thursday 5 November: RFID 2015 Review and Outlook to 2020

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Thursday 5 November 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 20, 2015
More-than-Moore? Can electronics packaging keep up?

More-than-Moore? Can electronics packaging keep up?

Advanced microelectronics are moving on from the Moore's Law era to be More-than-Moore. Denser chips have higher internal and external clock rates, and higher power dissipation.
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