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Oxide semiconductors- where do they fit?

Oxide semiconductors- where do they fit?

Several major trends have been driving technological innovation in the display industry since its early days. These trends include image quality, screen size, portability and form factor. These have determined the direction of technological innovation and shaped entire value chains.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 10, 2013
Largest flexible memory arrays to date

Largest flexible memory arrays to date

The EU-funded eMbedded Organic Memory Arrays (MOMA) project has announced the largest re-programmable non-volatile memory arrays yet produced on flexible substrates.
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There is no one-size-fits-all backplane technology

There is no one-size-fits-all backplane technology

Printed Electronics World
Oct 23, 2012
Printechnologics gold winner of Wall Street Journal Technology Award

Printechnologics gold winner of Wall Street Journal Technology Award

Printechnologics Touchcode was awarded with the renowned Wall Street Journal's Technology Innovation Awards, which honors outstanding technological breakthroughs and innovations.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 8, 2012
Visionary transparent memory a step closer to reality

Visionary transparent memory a step closer to reality

Researchers at Rice University are designing transparent, two-terminal, three-dimensional computer memories on flexible sheets that show promise for electronics and sophisticated heads-up displays.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 14, 2012
Electronics without current

Electronics without current

Researchers at Tampere University of Technology, Finland, will explore paths toward a completely new way of designing and making logic circuits that consume no current and can be written and read with light.\r\n
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 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
Jun 28, 2012
Wearable fabric memristors

Wearable fabric memristors

Now we see a return to the larger but thin film, titanium dioxide memristors in the form of fibers, the 12-300 nm layers being variously created by thermal or plasma oxidation, RF sputtering or electrochemical deposition with more conventional printing as a route to value engineering the devices in due course.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 27, 2012
Bloody memristors

Bloody memristors

The reason that the memristor is radically different from the other fundamental circuit elements is that, unlike them, it carries a memory of its past.
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