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Longer Life for Flexible Electronics with Picosun ALD

Picosun Oy, the leading supplier of high quality ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition) production solutions, brings to the printed electronics market ALD equipment specifically designed for large area flexible electronics encaps... [More]
MIT Researchers Make Significant Inroads Toward Improving Perovskites’ Performance

MIT Researchers Make Significant Inroads Toward Improving Perovskites’ Performance

Perovskites are a group of compounds that can be made into thin films with many potential optical and electronic properties. In the past few years, these compounds have been a subject of intense research. [More]
Table-Top Instrument Could Help Analyze Advanced Electronic Devices

Table-Top Instrument Could Help Analyze Advanced Electronic Devices

Scientists have developed a table-top gadget that can carry out measurements that were only previously possible with huge machines at a few major labs across the globe. The study, which also included a group from The University of Manchester, implies that research into the development of advanced electronic devices using 2D materials can currently be done at any research university. [More]
UT Dallas Scientist Discover Technique to Improve Battery Capacity

UT Dallas Scientist Discover Technique to Improve Battery Capacity

A scientist from UT Dallas has discovered a new method that could make mobile phones and car batteries last five times longer than the present ones. [More]
imec Announces Strategic Partnership on Gallium Nitride-on-Silicon Technology with IQE

imec Announces Strategic Partnership on Gallium Nitride-on-Silicon Technology with IQE

imec, a renowned nanoelectronics research center, and IQE, a key player in the design and manufacture of cutting-edge semiconductor wafer products and services, have announced a strategic collaboration on Gallium Nitride-on-Silicon (GaN-on-Si) technology. [More]
3D Printing of Conductive Metallic Inks Could Lead to Customized Electronics, Biomedical Devices

3D Printing of Conductive Metallic Inks Could Lead to Customized Electronics, Biomedical Devices

“Flat” and “rigid” are terms that are traditionally used to explain electronic devices. However, the rise in demand for wearable and flexible electronics, antennas, biomedical devices, and sensors has led a group of researchers at Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering to invent a novel way of printing intricate metallic architectures – as if they are suspended in midair. [More]
Study Provides New Clues that Could Help Develop Next-Generation Battery Technology

Study Provides New Clues that Could Help Develop Next-Generation Battery Technology

Rechargeable lithium air batteries are considered an advanced technology. At a theoretical level, these batteries may deliver better performance and could be relatively lighter than existing lithium-ion batteries, but they stop working after several charging cycles. [More]
Missouri S&T Use Thin-Film Coating Technique to Improve Performance of Lithium-Ion Battery

Missouri S&T Use Thin-Film Coating Technique to Improve Performance of Lithium-Ion Battery

Batteries are everyday objects people don’t think about — until they run out of juice. That’s especially true the more ubiquitous an object is, such as laptop computers and cellphones that need to have their batteries charged seemingly every day. [More]
Cartamundi, imec and Holst Centre Receive Best Product Award for Ultra-Thin Plastic RFID Technology

Cartamundi, imec and Holst Centre Receive Best Product Award for Ultra-Thin Plastic RFID Technology

Cartamundi, imec and Holst Centre (set up by imec and TNO) are proud to announce to have just won the “Best Product” - Award at Printed Electronics Europe for their ultra-thin plastic RFID technology integrated into Cartamundi’s playing cards. [More]
Researchers Provide First Definitive Evidence for Twist-Bend Phase of Liquid Crystals

Researchers Provide First Definitive Evidence for Twist-Bend Phase of Liquid Crystals

Discovered more than 125 years ago, liquid crystals play a significant role in screens of computer monitors and TV, watches, clocks and a variety of other electronics displays. Scientists are still attempting to improve the molecular makeup of these liquid crystals. [More]