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Researchers improve conductive property of graphene

Researchers improve conductive property of graphene

Jul 16, 2018 United States
Researchers have connected a graphene layer with two other atomic layers (molybdenum diselenide and tungsten disulfide) thereby extending the lifetime of excited electrons in graphene by several hundred times.
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Electronic wool to take wearable tech from catwalk to your wardrobe

Electronic wool to take wearable tech from catwalk to your wardrobe

Jul 9, 2018 Europe
Engineers are threading circuitry into clothes to create comfortable devices that could make electronic fashion the future of the textiles industry.
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Graphene forms electrically charged crinkles

Graphene forms electrically charged crinkles

Jul 6, 2018 United States
Gently compressed stacks of graphene form sharp crinkles that carry an electric charge, which could be useful in nanoscale self-assembly and other applications.
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IDTechEx TVAdvanced materials for future 3D printing technologies

Advanced materials for future 3D printing technologies

Jul 5, 2018
Brightlands Materials Center is a leading Research & Development Center, improving quality of life with sustainable material solutions.
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Flexible display components update at SID 2018

Flexible display components update at SID 2018

Jun 29, 2018
In this article we report on the latest developments at SID 2018 concerning various components in flexible displays including thin film encapsulation, barrier films and adhesive, transparent conductive films and substrates
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Organic crystals twist, bend, and heal

Organic crystals twist, bend, and heal

Jun 28, 2018 United States
Crystals are brittle and inelastic? A novel class of smart, bendable crystalline organic materials has challenged this view. Now, scientists have engineered a molecular soft cocrystalline structure that bends and twists reversibly and without disintegration when stimulated by high temperature, mechanical force, or under UV light.
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IDTechEx TVBridging the gap between traditional and printed electronics

Bridging the gap between traditional and printed electronics

Jun 23, 2018
The Voltera V-One is a PCB Printer for early circuit board prototyping and PE experimentation.
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This is what a stretchy circuit looks like

This is what a stretchy circuit looks like

Jun 21, 2018 China
Researchers have made a new hybrid conductive material--part elastic polymer, part liquid metal--that can be bent and stretched at will. Circuits made with this material can take most two-dimensional shapes and are also non-toxic.
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Versarien agrees deal for graphene inks

Versarien agrees deal for graphene inks

Jun 15, 2018 India
Shares in materials engineer Versarien have jumped after a wide-ranging agreement was made over graphene-based inks and a new 'Graphinks' product range was launched.
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Conductive Inks: review of trends in key existing and emerging markets

Conductive Inks: review of trends in key existing and emerging markets

Jun 13, 2018 Worldwide
In this premium article we will discuss the key technological and business trends shaping the dynamics of existing and emerging applications areas. This will be useful article for anyone interested in the conductive ink business
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Transparent, conductive films for developing flexible screens

Transparent, conductive films for developing flexible screens

Jun 11, 2018 United States
Researchers have demonstrated large-scale fabrication of a new type of transparent conductive electrode film based on nanopatterned silver. Smartphone touch screens and flat panel televisions use transparent electrodes to detect touch and to quickly switch the color of each pixel. Because silver is less brittle and more chemically resistant than materials currently used to make these electrodes, the new films could offer a high-performance and…