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2012-02-24 Organic PV consortium pushes for solar efficiency
CSEM SA has launched a 4-year $18.8 million project that aims to develop highly efficient, long-lasting, cheap and environmentally friendly printed organic photovoltaics
2013-03-26 Organic NVM utilised in e-tags to track fake consumer goods
Thin Film Electronics' organic non-volatile memory in electronic labels put to work in brand protection
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
2007-12-14 Newsmakers: Shades of Green
Electronics companies use the word "green" so often it is starting to lose its impact. The question begs to be asked: What does green mean
2012-12-03 Nanocrystals yield flexible, low-voltage ICs
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania showed that cadmium selenide nanocrystals can be "printed" or "coated" on flexible plastics to form high-performance electronics.
2005-04-19 Mentor VP highlights growing need for systems design reuse
Henry Potts, vice president and general manager of Mentor Graphics Corp.'s System Design Division, said that electronics companies are searching for new strategies to manage intellectual property (IP) in a global setting as a way to offset a host of emerging challenges
2016-01-06 MediaTek delivers chip series for wearables, smart home apps
MediaTek announced its new chip series dedicated for wearable devices, smart home applications as well as Ultra-HD 4K Blu-ray players at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016
2011-01-26 IPC releases standard on PCB IP protection
With IPC-1071, IPC hopes to help the electronics industry save money by providing a single standard on IP protection to which PCB manufacturers can certify
2005-09-19 Flurry of announcements seen heading into ZigBee open house
Freescale's ZigBee platform is being used by Panasonic Electronic Devices Corp. to provide a general purpose ZigBee-compliant module, named PAN802154HAR that is available via Arrow Electronics
2008-04-03 DC/DC converters provide power selection flexibility
From Murata Electronics North America comes the MPD7D064S 48V input isolated DC/DC converter series, which was developed to provide optimal power selection flexibility
2004-11-18 Camera phone modules get clearer
Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co. Ltd, the components arm of the South Korean electronics giant, is gearing up for the next wave in camera phone technology by increasing production of a 3-Mpixel CMOS image sensor that will form the heart of a hinge-mounted module in new-generation camera phones
2013-07-03 Bittele's PCB assembly service boasts quick-turn capability
Bittele Electronics recently improved its PCB Assembly Service by adding Quick-Turn, allowing the company to manufacture and assemble one PCB in as little time as one day
2013-06-27 Li-ion microbatteries produced via 3D printing
3D printing could lead to tiny medical implants, electronics, robots and more, says Harvard research group
2009-01-21 Startup samples display-battery modules
Prelonic Technologies OG has built prototype samples of display-battery modules created by printing on a single substrate.
2006-01-30 RFID market to grow 10 fold by 2016, firm says
IDTechEx said last week it expects the size of the RFID market to grow from roughly $2.7 billion in 2006 to $12.3 billion in 2010. By 2016, it expects the market to be worth $26.2 billion.
2014-03-27 Printable flexible timer set to enrich packaging
A demonstrator product for a flexible multi-functional timer is on its way to changing the landscape of packaging and other practical consumer applications.
2013-05-08 Polymer solar cell boasts 8.92% conversion efficiency
Researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology demonstrated high-performance PSCs that claim to offer the highest reported values for plasmonic PSCs using metal nanoparticles.
2009-09-11 Plextronics, Novaled team up for organic light
Novaled and Plextronics will jointly develop doped and solution-processed organic materials for OLEDs
2007-08-15 Plastics electronic technology center rises in UK
PETeC, a plastics electronic technology center in the UK, is expected to become a national prototyping facility, offering clean rooms and laboratories, as well as production and testing equipment which will be available on an open-access basis.
2014-05-28 Inkjet printing yields paper-based RRAM
Inkjet printing can be used to stack an insulator material between silver and a carbon layer. The RRAM bit obtained for each stack is operated by changing the resistances of the insulator material.
2015-02-06 Industrie 4.0 modernises manufacturing processes
The integration of Internet of Things into the operational technology of manufacturing industries will have a very significant global economic impactto the tune of $3.88 trillion over the next decade.
2010-11-09 Flash lamp-based sintering process wins patent
U.S. patent office grants NovaCentrix patent for flash lamp sintering of metal-based inks and materials
2009-09-01 Applied aids Singapore research on moisture-resistant film
Applied Venture has made an investment in Singapore's Tera-Barrier Films on the development of a new moisture-resistant film that can extend the life span organic solar cells and flexible displays.
2009-02-09 Will energy costs revive home automation?
As the cost of energy continues to increase and it will continue technologies will emerge to manage and conserve power.
2013-09-23 Wide-angle lens inspired by human eyes, insect vision
A lens invented at the Ohio State University combines the focusing ability of a human eye with the wide-angle view of an insect eye to capture images with depth.
2007-11-05 Wi-Fi card for digicams eases photo sharing
Eye-Fi Card fits into an SD slot and automatically sends pictures from the digicam to a local PC or Mac or to an online site based on preset user preferences.
2010-03-19 Wi-Fi antenna achieves up to 97% efficiency
Dockon is offering a 2.4GHz antenna smaller than a dime that offers in simulations a 97 percent efficiency rating for a Wi-Fi system.
2013-04-30 Why flash storage is important to MEMS
Solid state drives operate at higher temperatures, and MEMS devices can withstand that environment because they regulate themselves.
2015-11-13 Wearables inspire EMS to get hints from fashion industry
Whether it is the latest crowd-funded project or a volume product such as a fitness or activity monitor worn on the wrist, all these products have changed the way manufacturing is seen.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
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