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2007-11-30 Organic transistors, memory market to grow to $22B
The organic transistor and memory market is up for growth, reaching $21.6 billion by 2015, reported NanoMarkets
2011-04-21 Organic microprocessor on plastic foil
IMEC, Holst Centre, and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven have developed the world's first organic microprocessor technology made in organic TFT
2007-07-19 CDT bags grant to develop EDA for organic electronics
Cambridge Display Technology has been awarded a $500,000 grant to develop EDA software for use in the application of organic thin-film transistors.
2008-02-01 Awaiting the bountiful organic chip harvest
According to research firm NanoMarkets, revenues from products based on organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) and organic memories will reach $21.6 billion by 2015.
2002-04-30 Polymer transistors hint at all-organic displays
Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have built an active-matrix (AM) LCD that uses polymer transistors in place of silicon devices
2008-04-01 Organic RFID tags to zap bar codes
Researchers from the European Holst Center said their 64bit, inductively coupled, passive RFID tag achieved a record 780bit/s data readout.
2003-01-03 Organic displays near critical mass
Organic polymers are expected to play a larger role soon in enabling flexible color displays for computers, comms devices and consumer electronics
2013-06-14 Holst Centre, Imec develop fully-organic imager
The imager is sensitive in the wavelength range between 500 and 600nm, making it compatible with typical scintillators and therefore suitable for x-ray imaging applications.
2007-10-05 First organic IC self-assembled from nanowires
Thin films of organic semiconductors have been cast into n- and p-type transistors separately, but the world's first gate to use both was recently fabricated at the University of Washington and Stanford University
2011-02-28 DRAM, CPU built on organic substrates shown at ISSCC
Organic innovations include an 8bit processor handling up to six instructions per second in an averaging routine, a 64bit organic DRAM and a technique for printing CMOS structures on plastic substrate
2013-10-16 Organic semiconductors open path for flexible electronics
Organic semiconductors made from small aromatic molecules can be dissolved and screen-printed onto many substrates, which can be used for bendable electronic devices such as low-cost solar cells
2010-06-29 Low-cost organic ICs close gap with silicon
McGill University researchers claim a breakthrough that could help organic semiconductors bridge the considerable performance gap with silicon chips
2013-01-29 Ultra-low cost flexible display in dev't at UNIST
Polymer-based electronic circuits being developed at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology are expected to open up possibilities for ubiquitous electronics such as flexible displays.
2006-04-11 Silicon film, TFTs use micro-liquid processes
Seiko Epson and JSR claims to have succeeded in creating the world's first silicon film with liquid coating and inkjet patterning processes.
2013-01-14 Reprogrammable memory arrays on flexible substrate
The MOMA consortium has recently announced the development of the largest reprogrammable non-volatile memory arrays which will be made on flexible substrates.
2004-02-25 Laser lift-off technique to yield biodetection chip
A highly diverse integration technique based on a process called laser lift-off is being combined with system-on-chip processing technology and MEMs concepts.
2004-03-04 CMO launches display based on OLEDs
Chi Mei Optoelectronics has announced a fully functional prototype of a 20-inch full-color display based on organic light-emitting diodes
2005-05-09 CDT signs Asian partner to 'top-emission' display team
Cambridge Display Technology Ltd (CDT) has signed an unidentified Asian display maker to take part in a two-year collaborative research program to develop top-emission displays, the company said.
2012-02-27 Research scales RFID for use in retail apps
Touting the world's first RFID circuit made in low-temperature thin-film technology that allows reader-talks-first communication, Imec and partners unveiled cheap yet powerful tags
2005-04-18 Nanowires corralled for interconnect tasks
A research group has demonstrated a way to position and control the growth of organic nanowires atop a pre-patterned substrate
2013-03-13 Nanowire phototransistors push device miniaturisation
A research team from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology has developed high-performance organic phototransistors based on single-crystalline n-channel organic nanowires
2011-02-16 ISSCS 2011 takes peek at new Imec tech
Among the results to be presented are a biomedical signal processor, a reconfigurable transceiver that eliminates the need for SAW filters and a functional 8bit MCU made by organic thin-film transistors.
2004-02-27 ERSO develops OTFT technology
Electronics Research & Service Organization (ERSO) has developed an advanced organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) technology.
2013-09-25 UCLA team unrolls stretchable transparent OLED display
The transparent, elastic organic light-emitting device (OLED) could usher in new classes of smartphones and other CE devices, electronics-integrated clothing and new minimally invasive medical tools
2009-03-18 Samsung claims print electronics progress
Samsung and its university research partners claim to have overcome two of the last hurdles to large-scale printable electronics on plastic substrates: an n-type organic semiconductor material and a patterning method for separately fabricating nano- and microwire transistor channels
2014-12-17 Imec unveils 8bit MPU using complementary TFTs
Imec, Holst Centre and Evonik used a hybrid technology incorporating two types of semiconductor metal-oxide for n-type TFTs and organic molecules for p-type TFTs in a CMOS circuit operating at 2.1kHz
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbonthe basis of all organic compoundsseems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors
2008-10-21 Affordable silicon ink speeds up RFID tagging
Printing thin-film circuits on flexible substrates may be available in the market with the release of what is believed as silicon ink's first commercial integration
2014-07-11 Ink promises shapely future for electronics
Japanese researchers developed an ink that allows charge transfer in order to facilitate printing at room temperature. This broadens options for flexible plastics that can be used to print semiconductor devices.
2008-11-03 Flexible screens crawl to market
The benefits of flexible displays have been told, but actual display devices are emerging slowly. Recent indications, however, are that flexible displays are beginning to appear in earnest.
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