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TSensors Summit 2015

TSensors Summit 2015

Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2015
World's largest flexible X-ray detector

World's largest flexible X-ray detector

Researchers have announced that they have successfully manufactured the world's largest flexible X-ray detector prototypes using advanced thin film transistors.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2015
Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

A team of scientists has, for the first time, created a two-dimensional sheet of boron, a material known as borophene.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Researchers have succeeded in experimentally realizing metallic graphene nanoribbons that are only 5 carbon atoms wide.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Cheap, flexible, wireless graphene communication devices such as mobile phones and healthcare monitors can be directly printed into clothing and even skin.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 25, 2015
Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

250 years after Manchester created the first industrial revolution in textiles it is happening again, but this time instead of coal and steam, 3D Printing is driving this new mass production industry.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2015
Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors with structured metal-coated polymer film to produce affordable biosensors.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Printed sensors: the key trends of 2015

Printed sensors: the key trends of 2015

As part of our coverage of printed electronics, IDTechEx has been following the development of printed and flexible sensors. In this article we look back at the most important trends of 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 21, 2015
Roll to roll pilot production tool for flexible solar cells

Roll to roll pilot production tool for flexible solar cells

Solliance has celebrated its fifth anniversary together with the final commissioning and launch of the roll-to-roll coating line for pilot production of flexible solar modules at the High tech Campus in Eindhoven.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2015
Beer bottle lights up when touched

Beer bottle lights up when touched

Oculto, a lager blended with beer aged on tequila barrel staves has unveiled two new interactive packaging innovations.
External Company Press Release
GaN Systems wins coveted 2015 Global Semiconductor Award

GaN Systems wins coveted 2015 Global Semiconductor Award

GaN Systems, the leading manufacturer of gallium nitride power transistors, has won the coveted Global Semiconductor Alliance 2015 "Start-Up to Watch" award.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 15, 2015
Demand for quantum dots will increase 20-fold over next decade

Demand for quantum dots will increase 20-fold over next decade

Ever since Sony launched the first television with quantum dots in 2013, these highly engineered materials have been back in the spotlight.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 14, 2015
Band-aid senses temperature, lights up, and delivers medicine

Band-aid senses temperature, lights up, and delivers medicine

Engineers have designed what may be the Band-Aid of the future: a sticky, stretchy, gel-like material that can incorporate temperature sensors, LED lights, and other electronics, as well as tiny, drug-delivering reservoirs and channels.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 11, 2015
Mass produced 3D printed electronics

Mass produced 3D printed electronics

Ten short years ago 3D printing was almost the exclusive remit of rapid prototyping. Nobody was putting 3D printing into mass production back then.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 11, 2015
Innovative sensors make wearables truly unique

Innovative sensors make wearables truly unique

Defining and exploiting value proposition is an essential part of wearable technology's journey from early adopters into mass markets, and sensor platforms enable the key value proposition in most wearable devices today. This is why made-for-wearable sensors are being developed around the world, and this is why IDTechEx Research finds that made-for-wearable sensors will represent 42% of all sensors in wearable devices in 2026, up from a measly 7% in 2015.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
New applications for the inkjet industry

New applications for the inkjet industry

The 23rd annual IMI Europe inkjet conference focused on emerging technologies and new markets.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 10, 2015
Why nanotubes now have their own alphabet

Why nanotubes now have their own alphabet

Carbon nanotubes grown in a furnace aren't always straight. Sometimes they curve and kink, and sometimes they branch off in several directions.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 8, 2015
New approaches for hybrid solar cells

New approaches for hybrid solar cells

Nanostructured germanium for portable photovoltaics and battery electrodes.
External Company Press Release
GaN Systems announces 10X production increase at TSMC

GaN Systems announces 10X production increase at TSMC

GaN Systems, the leading manufacturer of gallium nitride power transistors, announces that its foundry, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (TMSC), has expanded the high volume production of products based on GaN System's proprietary Island Technology® by 10X in response to surging global demand from consumer and enterprise customers.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 7, 2015
Sintering may create new electronics manufacturing technologies

Sintering may create new electronics manufacturing technologies

Engineers have made a fundamental breakthrough in understanding the physics of photonic "sintering," which could lead to many new advances in solar cells, flexible electronics, various types of sensors and other high-tech products printed onto something as simple as a sheet of paper or plastic.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 31, 2015
World's largest flexible X-ray detector

World's largest flexible X-ray detector

Researchers have announced that they have successfully manufactured the world's largest flexible X-ray detector prototypes using advanced thin film transistors.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Graphene nanoribbons get metallic

Researchers have succeeded in experimentally realizing metallic graphene nanoribbons that are only 5 carbon atoms wide.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 25, 2015
Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

Smart textiles from 3D Printing and Graphene

250 years after Manchester created the first industrial revolution in textiles it is happening again, but this time instead of coal and steam, 3D Printing is driving this new mass production industry.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Printed sensors: the key trends of 2015

Printed sensors: the key trends of 2015

As part of our coverage of printed electronics, IDTechEx has been following the development of printed and flexible sensors. In this article we look back at the most important trends of 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2015
Beer bottle lights up when touched

Beer bottle lights up when touched

Oculto, a lager blended with beer aged on tequila barrel staves has unveiled two new interactive packaging innovations.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 15, 2015
Demand for quantum dots will increase 20-fold over next decade

Demand for quantum dots will increase 20-fold over next decade

Ever since Sony launched the first television with quantum dots in 2013, these highly engineered materials have been back in the spotlight.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 11, 2015
Mass produced 3D printed electronics

Mass produced 3D printed electronics

Ten short years ago 3D printing was almost the exclusive remit of rapid prototyping. Nobody was putting 3D printing into mass production back then.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
New applications for the inkjet industry

New applications for the inkjet industry

The 23rd annual IMI Europe inkjet conference focused on emerging technologies and new markets.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 8, 2015
New approaches for hybrid solar cells

New approaches for hybrid solar cells

Nanostructured germanium for portable photovoltaics and battery electrodes.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 7, 2015
Sintering may create new electronics manufacturing technologies

Sintering may create new electronics manufacturing technologies

Engineers have made a fundamental breakthrough in understanding the physics of photonic "sintering," which could lead to many new advances in solar cells, flexible electronics, various types of sensors and other high-tech products printed onto something as simple as a sheet of paper or plastic.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 30, 2015
Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

Scientists create atomically thin metallic boron

A team of scientists has, for the first time, created a two-dimensional sheet of boron, a material known as borophene.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 28, 2015
Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices

Cheap, flexible, wireless graphene communication devices such as mobile phones and healthcare monitors can be directly printed into clothing and even skin.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2015
Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors

Churning out biosensors with structured metal-coated polymer film to produce affordable biosensors.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 21, 2015
Roll to roll pilot production tool for flexible solar cells

Roll to roll pilot production tool for flexible solar cells

Solliance has celebrated its fifth anniversary together with the final commissioning and launch of the roll-to-roll coating line for pilot production of flexible solar modules at the High tech Campus in Eindhoven.
External Company Press Release
GaN Systems wins coveted 2015 Global Semiconductor Award

GaN Systems wins coveted 2015 Global Semiconductor Award

GaN Systems, the leading manufacturer of gallium nitride power transistors, has won the coveted Global Semiconductor Alliance 2015 "Start-Up to Watch" award.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 14, 2015
Band-aid senses temperature, lights up, and delivers medicine

Band-aid senses temperature, lights up, and delivers medicine

Engineers have designed what may be the Band-Aid of the future: a sticky, stretchy, gel-like material that can incorporate temperature sensors, LED lights, and other electronics, as well as tiny, drug-delivering reservoirs and channels.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 11, 2015
Innovative sensors make wearables truly unique

Innovative sensors make wearables truly unique

Defining and exploiting value proposition is an essential part of wearable technology's journey from early adopters into mass markets, and sensor platforms enable the key value proposition in most wearable devices today. This is why made-for-wearable sensors are being developed around the world, and this is why IDTechEx Research finds that made-for-wearable sensors will represent 42% of all sensors in wearable devices in 2026, up from a measly 7% in 2015.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 10, 2015
Why nanotubes now have their own alphabet

Why nanotubes now have their own alphabet

Carbon nanotubes grown in a furnace aren't always straight. Sometimes they curve and kink, and sometimes they branch off in several directions.
External Company Press Release
GaN Systems announces 10X production increase at TSMC

GaN Systems announces 10X production increase at TSMC

GaN Systems, the leading manufacturer of gallium nitride power transistors, announces that its foundry, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (TMSC), has expanded the high volume production of products based on GaN System's proprietary Island Technology® by 10X in response to surging global demand from consumer and enterprise customers.
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