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IDTechEx provides independant analysis, views and reports on "the new electronics" - ultra-high volume, low cost, laminar electronic products. These are creating huge new markets, and often require alternative manufacturing processes to the traditional electronics industry.
IDTechEx TVDeveloping & manufacturing conductive, insulator & barrier layer inks

Developing & manufacturing conductive, insulator & barrier layer inks

Dycotec Materials Ltd, based in the UK, is an advanced materials company developing and manufacturing conductive, insulator and barrier layer inks.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 24, 2019
Need More Energy Storage? Just Hit 'Print'

Need More Energy Storage? Just Hit 'Print'

Researchers, have created ink for an inkjet printer from a highly conductive type of two-dimensional material called MXene. Recent findings, published in Nature Communications, suggest that the ink can be used to print flexible energy storage components, such as supercapacitors, in any size or shape.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 23, 2019
Quantum dot polymer for next-gen screens

Quantum dot polymer for next-gen screens

Scientists have developed and patented the fabrication of transparent, luminescent material they say could give smartphone and television screens flexible, stretchable, and shatterproof properties.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 22, 2019
The interface makes the difference in perovskites

The interface makes the difference in perovskites

A collaboration deepens the understanding of the impact that changing the materials in a perovskite solar cell has on its performance. The results will help rationalize the design of the components of cells, thus increasing their commercial appeal.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 19, 2019
New smart material works better under pressure

New smart material works better under pressure

Liquid-metal mixture bends the rules on flexible and highly conductive materials for wearable devices.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 18, 2019
Economical way to produce high performance thin films

Economical way to produce high performance thin films

Researchers have found an unprecedented, economical method for creating high-performance inorganic thin films, or "epitaxial" films, used in the manufacture of semiconductors for flexible electronics, LEDs and solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 17, 2019
Conductive ink: automotive industry a significant growth opportunity

Conductive ink: automotive industry a significant growth opportunity

The automotive industry has emerged as a significant market opportunity for suppliers of conductive pastes and similar materials. It has the potential to one day rival in significance the irreplaceable photovoltaic market. Almost every major paste supplier with a global profile is re-organising its team and its product portfolio to capture this rising trend.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 16, 2019
E-paper bus stop for Auckland Airport

E-paper bus stop for Auckland Airport

The Urban signs, installed at the bus stops of the international arrivals terminal, each feature two 13.3"electronic paper screens, both providing Real Time Passenger Information to commuters.
Press Release
Batteries from the printer: Evonik presents a new technology

Batteries from the printer: Evonik presents a new technology

Evonik is unveiling TAeTTOOz®, a new material technology for printable batteries that has been developed on the basis of what are known as redox polymers by Creavis, the strategic innovation unit of Evonik.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 16, 2019
Graphene coating could help prevent lithium battery fires

Graphene coating could help prevent lithium battery fires

Lithium batteries are what allow electric vehicles to travel several hundred miles on one charge. Their capacity for energy storage is well known, but so is their tendency to occasionally catch on fire - an occurrence known to battery researchers as "thermal runaway."
Printed Electronics World
Apr 15, 2019
JOLED builds new printed OLED display facility

JOLED builds new printed OLED display facility

JOLED Inc has been developing the world's first printed OLED display mass-production lines, and started building production lines for the post-process at the recently established JOLED Chiba Site.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 24, 2019
Need More Energy Storage? Just Hit 'Print'

Need More Energy Storage? Just Hit 'Print'

Researchers, have created ink for an inkjet printer from a highly conductive type of two-dimensional material called MXene. Recent findings, published in Nature Communications, suggest that the ink can be used to print flexible energy storage components, such as supercapacitors, in any size or shape.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 22, 2019
The interface makes the difference in perovskites

The interface makes the difference in perovskites

A collaboration deepens the understanding of the impact that changing the materials in a perovskite solar cell has on its performance. The results will help rationalize the design of the components of cells, thus increasing their commercial appeal.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 18, 2019
Economical way to produce high performance thin films

Economical way to produce high performance thin films

Researchers have found an unprecedented, economical method for creating high-performance inorganic thin films, or "epitaxial" films, used in the manufacture of semiconductors for flexible electronics, LEDs and solar cells.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 16, 2019
E-paper bus stop for Auckland Airport

E-paper bus stop for Auckland Airport

The Urban signs, installed at the bus stops of the international arrivals terminal, each feature two 13.3"electronic paper screens, both providing Real Time Passenger Information to commuters.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 16, 2019
Graphene coating could help prevent lithium battery fires

Graphene coating could help prevent lithium battery fires

Lithium batteries are what allow electric vehicles to travel several hundred miles on one charge. Their capacity for energy storage is well known, but so is their tendency to occasionally catch on fire - an occurrence known to battery researchers as "thermal runaway."