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2019 marks the year for 5G

2019 marks the year for 5G

Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2015
DuPont MCM enables Wearable Technology thanks to Stretchable Inks

DuPont MCM enables Wearable Technology thanks to Stretchable Inks

Video insight into products enabled by DuPont MCM, shown at Printed Electronics USA
External Company Press Release
Printed Electronics Research with acquisition of CeraPrinter X-Serie

Printed Electronics Research with acquisition of CeraPrinter X-Serie

Ceradrop is pleased to announce that the Tobin J. Marks research group, part of Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, has acquired a CeraPrinter X-Serie machine as part of an ongoing close collaboration with Ceradrop (Limoges, France).
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2012
Inorganic and composite printed electronics is favoured

Inorganic and composite printed electronics is favoured

At the forthcoming event, Printed Electronics and Photovoltaics Europe 3-4 April in Berlin, one third of the 94 presentations and masterclasses primarily concern organic compounds but two thirds primarily concern inorganic and composite devices. The organisers did not steer it that way: the customers did.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 22, 2011
Solid state batteries to rival their lithium-ion counterparts

Solid state batteries to rival their lithium-ion counterparts

This advanced battery technology has three times the energy density of current li-ion batteries, costing less than half the price per kilowatt-hour.
Printed Electronics World
May 26, 2010
Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle

Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle

Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle
External Company Press Release
Intrinsiq Materials acquires new technology licence

Intrinsiq Materials acquires new technology licence

Intrinsiq Materials Ltd. (IML) has secured exclusive, worldwide rights on a novel, low temperature route to making nanoparticles for an undisclosed sum. The technology was developed by a leading European chemical company, and the transfer of title has been completed as part of a negotiated package. The technology transfer was carried out during the first quarter of 2010.\r\n\r\n
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2010
Transistors on plastic

Transistors on plastic

Last week, the Photonics and Plastic Electronics KTN put together a one day seminar that gave an overview of the activity in the UK on the topic of flexible organic and inorganic transistors. Speakers were representing both Universities around the country as well as companies that are developing transistor/backplane technologies. Inorganic, organic and hybrid versions are being developed in order to evaluate the performance of each type of device.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 22, 2010
PriMeBits memory project goes inorganic

PriMeBits memory project goes inorganic

In the European PriMeBits project, a printable electric low-voltage non-volatile memory is being developed for printed sensor, media and wireless ID applications. The main strategy is to utilize printed technology where it has a competitive advantage compared to silicon technology. The project builds on basic research of new materials and components and takes the results into prototyping of new applications. To reduce the research risk, two different technologies for the memory functionality are considered with partially overlapping application areas.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 3, 2010
Kovio and Nissan Chemical Ramp Up Production of Silicon Ink

Kovio and Nissan Chemical Ramp Up Production of Silicon Ink

Kovio and Nissan Chemical have announced a joint collaboration to scale up production of Kovio's silicon ink. In addition, Nissan Chemical is now working with leading display manufacturers to explore the use of high-performance and low-cost printed silicon electronics to manufacture TFT backplanes for displays.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 8, 2015
DuPont MCM enables Wearable Technology thanks to Stretchable Inks

DuPont MCM enables Wearable Technology thanks to Stretchable Inks

Video insight into products enabled by DuPont MCM, shown at Printed Electronics USA
Printed Electronics World
Mar 20, 2012
Inorganic and composite printed electronics is favoured

Inorganic and composite printed electronics is favoured

At the forthcoming event, Printed Electronics and Photovoltaics Europe 3-4 April in Berlin, one third of the 94 presentations and masterclasses primarily concern organic compounds but two thirds primarily concern inorganic and composite devices. The organisers did not steer it that way: the customers did.
Printed Electronics World
May 26, 2010
Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle

Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle

Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle
Printed Electronics World
Mar 30, 2010
Transistors on plastic

Transistors on plastic

Last week, the Photonics and Plastic Electronics KTN put together a one day seminar that gave an overview of the activity in the UK on the topic of flexible organic and inorganic transistors. Speakers were representing both Universities around the country as well as companies that are developing transistor/backplane technologies. Inorganic, organic and hybrid versions are being developed in order to evaluate the performance of each type of device.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 3, 2010
Kovio and Nissan Chemical Ramp Up Production of Silicon Ink

Kovio and Nissan Chemical Ramp Up Production of Silicon Ink

Kovio and Nissan Chemical have announced a joint collaboration to scale up production of Kovio's silicon ink. In addition, Nissan Chemical is now working with leading display manufacturers to explore the use of high-performance and low-cost printed silicon electronics to manufacture TFT backplanes for displays.
External Company Press Release
Printed Electronics Research with acquisition of CeraPrinter X-Serie

Printed Electronics Research with acquisition of CeraPrinter X-Serie

Ceradrop is pleased to announce that the Tobin J. Marks research group, part of Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, has acquired a CeraPrinter X-Serie machine as part of an ongoing close collaboration with Ceradrop (Limoges, France).
Printed Electronics World
Feb 22, 2011
Solid state batteries to rival their lithium-ion counterparts

Solid state batteries to rival their lithium-ion counterparts

This advanced battery technology has three times the energy density of current li-ion batteries, costing less than half the price per kilowatt-hour.
External Company Press Release
Intrinsiq Materials acquires new technology licence

Intrinsiq Materials acquires new technology licence

Intrinsiq Materials Ltd. (IML) has secured exclusive, worldwide rights on a novel, low temperature route to making nanoparticles for an undisclosed sum. The technology was developed by a leading European chemical company, and the transfer of title has been completed as part of a negotiated package. The technology transfer was carried out during the first quarter of 2010.\r\n\r\n
Printed Electronics World
Mar 22, 2010
PriMeBits memory project goes inorganic

PriMeBits memory project goes inorganic

In the European PriMeBits project, a printable electric low-voltage non-volatile memory is being developed for printed sensor, media and wireless ID applications. The main strategy is to utilize printed technology where it has a competitive advantage compared to silicon technology. The project builds on basic research of new materials and components and takes the results into prototyping of new applications. To reduce the research risk, two different technologies for the memory functionality are considered with partially overlapping application areas.
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