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Promethean Particles to Display Nanoparticle-Based Copper Pre-Inks at Printed Electronics Europe 2015

Promethean Particles to Display Nanoparticle-Based Copper Pre-Inks at Printed Electronics Europe 2015

At Printed Electronics 2015 in Berlin, 28-29 April, Promethean Particles is showcasing a new material which could provide a viable alternative to the use of silver for conductive inks in printed electronics. The IDTechEx event is Europe’s premier expo for new developments in high tech flexible electronics applications. [More]
ImTech Technologies Releases I-Jet 4100 Tri-Dimensional Materials Deposition Jetting System

ImTech Technologies Releases I-Jet 4100 Tri-Dimensional Materials Deposition Jetting System

ImTech, Inc. proudly announces the release of the I-Jet 4100, a tri-dimensional printhead positioning system for materials deposition and jetting analysis. The I-Jet 4100 is a highly precise fluid jetting deposition tool. With its advanced features, the I-Jet 4100 enables you to focus on the functional aspects of your project by reducing your development time. [More]
IDTechEx Printed Electronic Award 2014 for “Best Technical Development Manufacturing” Awarded to Meyer Burger

IDTechEx Printed Electronic Award 2014 for “Best Technical Development Manufacturing” Awarded to Meyer Burger

Printed, flexible and organic electronics is an innovative and rapidly growing field within the electronics manufacturing industry launching products such as flexible displays, wearable electronics and smart packages – products that are changing our lives. Meyer Burger is a key player in this printed electronics market supplying R&D and manufacturing tools based on its PiXDRO functional inkjet printing technology and FLEx thin film coating expertise. [More]
adphos Digital Printing to Showcase New Photonic Curing/Sintering Technology at Printed Electronics Europe 2015

adphos Digital Printing to Showcase New Photonic Curing/Sintering Technology at Printed Electronics Europe 2015

adphos Digital Printing GmbH, located in Bruckmuehl (near Munich), is a worldwide leader in high performance drying, curing, sintering and heating applications. The modular technology is suitable for post-processing color inkjet, functional coatings and printed electronics. [More]
New Technique Directly Prints Silicon on Paper Using Excimer Laser

New Technique Directly Prints Silicon on Paper Using Excimer Laser

Researchers from Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands have formulated a fabrication method which allows silicon in polycrystalline form as found in circuitry to be manufactured directly on a substrate using liquid silicon ink along with a single laser pulse. This new method has the potential to outbeat all other recently created ultra-thin substitutes. [More]
University of Tokyo Researchers Create New Electronic Paper for Inexpensive Electronic Displays

University of Tokyo Researchers Create New Electronic Paper for Inexpensive Electronic Displays

Based on an old e-paper concept, a team of researchers from the University of Tokyo have created an economical handwriting-enabled e-paper which is ideal for large displays such as whiteboards. [More]
New Battery Imaging Method to Improve Energy Storage

New Battery Imaging Method to Improve Energy Storage

Researchers from University of Wisconsin-Madison and Brookhaven National Laboratory have formulated an innovative X-ray imaging method to visualize and analyze electrochemical reactions generated within lithium-ion rechargeable batteries which contains iron fluoride, a new kind of material. [More]
HiPoSwitch Project Develops High-Efficiency, Lightning-Fast Gallium Nitride Power Switches

HiPoSwitch Project Develops High-Efficiency, Lightning-Fast Gallium Nitride Power Switches

The European HiPoSwitch project has developed novel nitride (GaN) transistors for high efficiency, high speed gallium nitride power switches. [More]
Graphene-Based Photodetector Rapidly Converts Light into Electricity

Graphene-Based Photodetector Rapidly Converts Light into Electricity

Researchers at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO) have shown that a graphene-based photodetector can convert light into electrical signals within 50 femtoseconds. [More]
Eco-Friendly Technique Converts Waste into High-Performance Carbon Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries

Eco-Friendly Technique Converts Waste into High-Performance Carbon Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries

A research team from Purdue University has developed a new eco-friendly technique to reuse the packaging waste by transforming waste packing peanuts into carbon electrodes for use in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. These high-performance electrodes have been found to be better than standard graphite electrodes. [More]