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2013-04-22 Solution shearing: Thin transistors spread like butter on toast
Cornell scientists developed a novel process of spreading extremely thin organic transistors and used synchrotron X-rays to watch how the films crystallise.
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
2013-04-18 Organic transistors provide clearer mind map
A group of French scientists have developed microscopic, organic transistors that can amplify and record signals from within the brain.
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.
2006-12-28 Organic electronics will flourish, says report
The market for organic electronics will grow from $1.4 billion in 2007 to $19.7 billion in 2012 to $34.4 billion in 2014, projected NanoMarkets
2009-01-19 New opportunities abound in organic electronics
Organic electronics (OE) manufacturing has advanced to a stage where companies can now produce electronics devices in volume that can compete with products offered by the traditional semiconductor companies, according to a NanoMarkets LC report
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
2008-02-19 Carbon nanotube transistors suit printed electronics
NEC's carbon nanotube transistor with reduced environmental impact has been verified, confirming its application in the printed electronics field.
2003-12-16 Xerox prints transistors for use in LCDs
Printed organic electronics, which uses an ink jet printer to implant semiconductive polymers on a flexible substrate, process could lower the cost of LCD panels
2005-01-17 Tokyo group makes transparent transistors manufacturable
Now, a group at the Tokyo Institute of Technology claims to have solved these problems at room temperature by adding gallium and indium to ZnO, opening the gates to mass-production of transparent circuitry using industry-friendly sputtering, and at temperatures low enough for direct deposition on cheap, flexible polymers.
2011-03-24 Spintronic transistors seen in future PCs
Researchers can now align the magnetic "spins" of electrons in a silicon chip at room temperature, bringing devices that store data using the spin of electrons as well as their electrical charge closer to reality.
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
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
2010-11-25 Organic processors run hardcoded program
The 2011 International Solid State Circuits Conference will host papers on a 5.2GHz processor from IBM and an Intel Itanium chip packing 54Mbytes cache.
2005-07-18 Organic molecule switches like a transistor
University researchers have successfully demonstrated a single-molecule switch and transistor.
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
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.
2011-02-01 Georgia Tech develops top-gate organic field-effect transistor for plastic electronics
Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a top-gate organic field-effect transistor with a bilayer gate insulator that gives excellent stability and performance for use on plastic electronics
2005-07-18 For flexible future, think organic
One day, we'll download books and use electronic paper to read them,' says a pioneer in the field of organic electronics
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
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.
2003-10-13 E-textiles, robot 'skin' among advances at IEDM
The upcoming International Electron Devices Meeting will explore the range of potential applications for crystalline organic semiconductors
2005-03-31 USDC awards contracts to MicroContinuum, Next Sierra
The U.S. Display Consortium (USDC) recently granted R&D display process contracts to MicroContinuum Inc. and Next Sierra Inc., with each company expected to receive $1 million from the consortium.
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.
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.
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
2005-07-18 Nanotech conference plots future of electronics
Presenters at the First International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation have identified key issues facing nanotechnology.
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