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Printed Electronics
Ink evaluation kit for flexible thin film transistors (TFTs)
Printed Electronics : 24 February, 2013
SmartKern's Technology Transfer Kit combines education and technical support to further advances in next generation flexible displays for use in smartphones and tablets.
 
SmartKem receives investment funding to continue development of flexible printed alternative to silicon semiconductors
Printed Electronics : 25 April, 2011
SmartKem is a developer of novel, printable organic semiconductor materials and ink formulations for flexible electronics. The company has received investment funding from the Porton Capital Group and Finance Wales Investmentsto further develop its flexible printed electronics solutions.
 
Aldrich Materials Science collaborates with Agfa to expand organic and printed electronics portfolio
Printed Electronics : 06 April, 2011
Aldrich Materials Science has entered into collaboration with Agfa Materials to produce and distribute Orgacon conductive polymers for use in high technology applications including, organic photovoltaics, touch screens and printed sensors.
 
The regions of the world see printed electronics differently
Printed Electronics : 11 March, 2011
Printed electronics is one of the most important new enabling technologies. It will have a major impact on most business activities from publishing and security printing to healthcare, automotive, military and consumer packaged goods sectors. It is now recognised that commercialisation can and should take place in very disparate applications, contrasting with the rather narrow view of possibilities in the past.
 
Printed Electronics in Asia - the hot sectors
Printed Electronics : 25 October, 2010
The display business is huge and there is significant progress and development by East Asian companies in a number of different printed display technologies.
 
Printed electronics without borders
Printed Electronics : 05 September, 2010
Printed Electronics are being developed by over 3,000 companies, universities and research institutes worldwide. Although a significant percentage of these developers are located in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan and South Korea, there's a lot of research effort in other countries also, even if the concentration of active companies active is lower. The two examples described below are the CSIRO in Australia and the A*Star-IMRE in Singapore.
 
 
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