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Dissolving the Plastic Waste Problem: Exploring a Nascent Technology

Dissolving the Plastic Waste Problem: Exploring a Nascent Technology

Printed Electronics World
Jul 18, 2024
Materials Informatics: Solving Challenges in Materials R&D

Materials Informatics: Solving Challenges in Materials R&D

Materials informatics is transforming how materials companies approach R&D, bringing data-centric approaches, including AI and machine learning, to materials science to reduce costs and develop new products faster.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 9, 2024
Future Mobility: Quantum Technologies on the Campaign Trail

Future Mobility: Quantum Technologies on the Campaign Trail

Future mobility will be electric, autonomous, and increasingly interconnected. As a result, many new enabling technologies are now clambering to enter the automotive value chain. In recent years, there has been a surge of support for quantum technologies to enter the race.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 8, 2024
Unlocking Secrets: TIM Fillers Trading Insights and Market Trends

Unlocking Secrets: TIM Fillers Trading Insights and Market Trends

Thermal interface materials (TIMs) are composed of thermal fillers and matrix materials. Thermal fillers are highly thermally conductive substances, while matrix materials are typically used to enhance mechanical properties.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 3, 2024
Why MOF Players Are Becoming Carbon Capture Companies

Why MOF Players Are Becoming Carbon Capture Companies

Owing to their exceptional design flexibility, structural versatility, and high porosity, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are gathering interest for a wide range of applications, such as water harvesting for HVAC, direct lithium extraction, refrigerant reclamation, hydrogen storage, chemical purifications, and many more.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 26, 2024
Metalenses: The New Key to Computer Vision?

Metalenses: The New Key to Computer Vision?

Refractive lenses are one of humanity's oldest and most ubiquitous technologies. They have developed to dizzying levels of sophistication in the last few hundred years, with today's tiny, high-quality lens assemblies found in smartphones often costing less than a dollar to produce.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 20, 2024
Upcoming Webinar: Key Emerging Applications for Conductive Inks

Upcoming Webinar: Key Emerging Applications for Conductive Inks

Wednesday 3 July 2024 - Introduction to the broad family of conductive inks; Status and outlook for the dominant conductive ink type, silver flake-based ink, including an assessment of current demand and a ten-year forecast; Overview of emerging applications; Critical assessment of the outlook for non-silver inks such as stretchable/thermoformable inks and copper inks.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 18, 2024
Future of Pyrolysis Market in Light of a Changing Regulatory Landscape

Future of Pyrolysis Market in Light of a Changing Regulatory Landscape

The mounting global plastic waste crisis has compelled scientists and engineers to seek novel solutions. Among the various technologies being explored, the pyrolysis of plastic waste has emerged as a significant contender.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 17, 2024
EL-QD Displays - IDTechEx Explores Quantum Dots

EL-QD Displays - IDTechEx Explores Quantum Dots

The use of quantum dots in displays has made it to high-quality prototypes amongst established tech companies like Samsung, Sharp, and TCL. These semiconductor nanocrystals, the size of just 2-10 nanometres, can enable realistic and high-definition displays for TVs, monitors, and smart tablets.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2024
Webinar on Thermal Interface Materials: Trends and Developments

Webinar on Thermal Interface Materials: Trends and Developments

Thursday 27 June 2024 - Comprehensive Overview of Thermal Interface Materials: Trends and Developments; An overview of thermal interface materials by TIM form; TIMs in EV battery packs: Trends of TIM's thermal conductivity and property trend; TIMs in EV power electronics: TIM1 (die-attach technologies) and TIM2 overview; TIMs in data centers: TIM opportunities with the transition to liquid cooling; TIMs in 5G TIMs in ADAS; TIMs in consumer electronics
Printed Electronics World
Jul 18, 2024
Materials Informatics: Solving Challenges in Materials R&D

Materials Informatics: Solving Challenges in Materials R&D

Materials informatics is transforming how materials companies approach R&D, bringing data-centric approaches, including AI and machine learning, to materials science to reduce costs and develop new products faster.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 8, 2024
Unlocking Secrets: TIM Fillers Trading Insights and Market Trends

Unlocking Secrets: TIM Fillers Trading Insights and Market Trends

Thermal interface materials (TIMs) are composed of thermal fillers and matrix materials. Thermal fillers are highly thermally conductive substances, while matrix materials are typically used to enhance mechanical properties.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 26, 2024
Metalenses: The New Key to Computer Vision?

Metalenses: The New Key to Computer Vision?

Refractive lenses are one of humanity's oldest and most ubiquitous technologies. They have developed to dizzying levels of sophistication in the last few hundred years, with today's tiny, high-quality lens assemblies found in smartphones often costing less than a dollar to produce.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 18, 2024
Future of Pyrolysis Market in Light of a Changing Regulatory Landscape

Future of Pyrolysis Market in Light of a Changing Regulatory Landscape

The mounting global plastic waste crisis has compelled scientists and engineers to seek novel solutions. Among the various technologies being explored, the pyrolysis of plastic waste has emerged as a significant contender.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2024
Webinar on Thermal Interface Materials: Trends and Developments

Webinar on Thermal Interface Materials: Trends and Developments

Thursday 27 June 2024 - Comprehensive Overview of Thermal Interface Materials: Trends and Developments; An overview of thermal interface materials by TIM form; TIMs in EV battery packs: Trends of TIM's thermal conductivity and property trend; TIMs in EV power electronics: TIM1 (die-attach technologies) and TIM2 overview; TIMs in data centers: TIM opportunities with the transition to liquid cooling; TIMs in 5G TIMs in ADAS; TIMs in consumer electronics
Printed Electronics World
Jul 9, 2024
Future Mobility: Quantum Technologies on the Campaign Trail

Future Mobility: Quantum Technologies on the Campaign Trail

Future mobility will be electric, autonomous, and increasingly interconnected. As a result, many new enabling technologies are now clambering to enter the automotive value chain. In recent years, there has been a surge of support for quantum technologies to enter the race.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 3, 2024
Why MOF Players Are Becoming Carbon Capture Companies

Why MOF Players Are Becoming Carbon Capture Companies

Owing to their exceptional design flexibility, structural versatility, and high porosity, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are gathering interest for a wide range of applications, such as water harvesting for HVAC, direct lithium extraction, refrigerant reclamation, hydrogen storage, chemical purifications, and many more.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 20, 2024
Upcoming Webinar: Key Emerging Applications for Conductive Inks

Upcoming Webinar: Key Emerging Applications for Conductive Inks

Wednesday 3 July 2024 - Introduction to the broad family of conductive inks; Status and outlook for the dominant conductive ink type, silver flake-based ink, including an assessment of current demand and a ten-year forecast; Overview of emerging applications; Critical assessment of the outlook for non-silver inks such as stretchable/thermoformable inks and copper inks.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 17, 2024
EL-QD Displays - IDTechEx Explores Quantum Dots

EL-QD Displays - IDTechEx Explores Quantum Dots

The use of quantum dots in displays has made it to high-quality prototypes amongst established tech companies like Samsung, Sharp, and TCL. These semiconductor nanocrystals, the size of just 2-10 nanometres, can enable realistic and high-definition displays for TVs, monitors, and smart tablets.
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