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Printed Electronics World
Jul 13, 2009
Printed Electronics uses more inorganics and composites

Printed Electronics uses more inorganics and composites

Printed electronics is using more inorganics and composites in the quest for higher performance, lower costs, finer feature size, stretchability and creation of radically new components such as memristors, supercabatteries and metamaterials.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 1, 2009
Surge in inorganic printed and thin film electronics

Surge in inorganic printed and thin film electronics

Organic printed electronics has attracted hundreds of participants over the years. However, the topic is as much about inorganic electronics as it is organics - organic electronics is not the end game for all printed electronics.\r\n
Printed Electronics World
Mar 31, 2009
Inexpensive Copper Ink: NovaCentrix to unveil new ink at IDTechEx show

Inexpensive Copper Ink: NovaCentrix to unveil new ink at IDTechEx show

NovaCentrix announced today it will use Printed Electronics Europe 2009, in Dresden April 7-8, as the stage for the public launch of a significant new offering in the MetalonTM family of high-performance conductive inks: the ICI copper-based ink platform.
External Company Press Release
New cooperation in graphene composite materials started

New cooperation in graphene composite materials started

BASF and Vorbeck Materials Corp. have established a joint research program to develop graphene-based formulations and composite materials.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 28, 2008
The most efficient silicon-based OLED microdisplay in the world

The most efficient silicon-based OLED microdisplay in the world

MICROOLED and CEA-LETI design the most efficient silicon-based OLED microdisplay in the world
External Company Press Release
Conductive - Flexible -Transparent

Conductive - Flexible -Transparent

H.C. Starck has developed an even more conductive polymer that can be tailor made for printed electronics.
External Company Press Release
DuPont MCM introduces new offering for printed electronics

DuPont MCM introduces new offering for printed electronics

DuPont Microcircuit Materials (MCM), part of DuPont Electronic Technologies, has announced the introduction of a new silver conductive ink formulated for use in printed electronics. \r\n
Printed Electronics World
Nov 11, 2008
IDTechEx report on Intellipak conference held 5 November - Part two

IDTechEx report on Intellipak conference held 5 November - Part two

IDTechEx finalises its report on the Intellipak conference held on 5 November in Sweden
Printed Electronics World
Nov 10, 2008
IDTechEx report on Intellipak conference held 5 November -  Part One

IDTechEx report on Intellipak conference held 5 November - Part One

IDTechEx report on the Intellipak conference held in Sweden on 5 November that was mainly in Swedish and partly in English with just over 40 attending and excellent content.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2008
New nanocluster to boost thin films for semiconductors

New nanocluster to boost thin films for semiconductors

Oregon researchers push printed inorganic electronics to higher levels of performance by synthesizing an elusive metal-hydroxide compound in sufficient and rapidly produced yields, potentially paving the way for improved precursor inks that could boost semiconductor capabilities for large-area applications.\r\n
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