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2012-07-24 Roll-to-roll processing for small molecule flexible OLED devices
Read about a roll-to-roll line designed to carry out research and develop flexible OLED lighting modules.
2011-07-06 PowerFilm demos roll to roll flexible electronics
PowerFilm has presented a live demonstration of its roll to roll flexible electronics technology that features the backplane array technology.
2013-04-04 Funding rounds drive innovation in printed electronics
Frost & Sullivan stated that printed electronics are rapidly gaining popularity across applications for their benefits of low cost, high throughput, ease of manufacturing and use in new applications.
2012-04-13 Atmel rolls flexible touch sensor for curved, edgeless designs
Geared for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, the XSense is based on a proprietary roll-to-roll metal mesh technology.
2015-05-25 Making graphene cost-effective and scalable
MIT and University of Michigan researchers described an innovative roll-to-roll manufacturing process that makes production of graphene and other 2D materials practical.
2008-10-14 Konarka builds 'largest' thin-film solar factory
Konarka Technologies Inc. has opened what it claims to be the largest roll-to-roll flexible thin-film solar manufacturing facility, preparing for the commercialization and mass production of its patent-protected thin film solar material, Power Plastic.
2012-03-14 Heliatek opens organic solar film production facility
According to Heliatek, they developed the world's first manufacturing line producing organic solar panels in a roll-to-roll process using vacuum deposition at low temperatures.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2003-03-07 USDC selects CHA as recipient for film deposition contract
The U.S. Display Consortium has granted an R&D contract to CHA Ind., a maker of high-vacuum deposition systems and associated equipment for precision coating.
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.
2008-08-14 Unidym, Samsung extend carbon nanotube partnership
Unidym Inc. and South Korea's Samsung Electronics have extended their joint development agreement for another year.
2014-02-14 U.K. CPI reveals flexible OLED lighting demonstrators
The devices, which have been manufactured on CPI's OLED/OPV Prototyping Line, have been built on a range of substrates with thickness ranging from 50-125um.
2009-02-23 The lowdown on the fab tool market
2009 is off to a rough start for fab tool and materials vendors. But some technologiesand companiesare doing better than others.
2015-02-25 Streamlining touchscreen prod'n using photometallisation
INM researchers are using photometallisation to quickly and flexibly develop microscopic and macroscopic conductor tracks that are used in touchscreens for detecting the position of a user's finger.
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.
2014-06-26 Sputtering method reduces GaN LED prod'n cost
University of Tokyo researchers developed a technology for creating GaN LEDs on glass substrate that could not only reduce manufacturing costs but also help to develop OLED light panels.
2012-12-04 Sparks fly as OLEDs, LEDs face off
A report by Yole Developpement revealed that as OLEDs target the lighting market, it is expected to go head to head with the much more established LED technology.
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.
2011-03-24 Solid-state lighting poised to take off
While experts believe LEDs will remain the dominant SSL technology until 2020, they insist the rate of SSL adoption will still depend on how soon the cost of ownership can be reduced.
2010-09-07 Solar cells get organic
A foil coating system has been developed to produce organic solar cells that will be used to make PV modules weighing 500g/m2.
2011-03-11 Singapore takes R&D initiatives to green its electronics
With increased awareness of climate change issues, green electronics will be the underlying theme for both manufacturers and consumers. Singapore is addressing these issues through R&D initiatives.
2010-07-07 Singapore aims to boost high-tech presence
Singapore EDB director for electronics Damian Chan talks about the nation's future directions for the electronics industry and competition with other countries for attracting tech investment.
2013-07-25 Singapore aims to boost high value manufacturing
A*STAR's SIMTech and NUS Faculty of Engineering launch 'Joint Labs' in an effort to advance Singapore manufacturing productivity.
2014-11-11 Semiconducting polymers enable efficient solar cells
The size scale of the clumps within the donor layer and the aggregationor interaction between neighbouring molecules within the layerswere the main drivers of solar cell efficiency.
2007-08-17 Researchers tout rechargeable paper battery
RPI researchers claim they have developed a paper-thin rechargeable battery by immersing a carpet of vertical nanotubes in an ionic liquid electrolyte, resulting in a cellulose paper that stores electrical energy.
2013-07-23 Researchers develop low-cost sol'n polymer LEDs, PV cells
A team of researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology created a plasmonic material that claims to improve performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices.
2008-10-28 Report: OLED lighting to achieve higher growth
Looking at the new report of NanoMarkets, an industry analyst firm, the OLED industry is finally ready to inch away after having investments amounting to billions of dollars over the past decade.
2006-03-27 Report: Flex display market to grow 83.5% a year
Driven by cards and small public viewing screens, the flexible display panel market is expected to grow from $5 million in 2006 to $339 million in 2013, or 83.5 percent a year, according to iSuppli Corp.
2013-02-07 Project plans to bring flexible OLEDs to market by 2019
The Flex-o-Fab project will project will create a pilot-scale manufacturing chain for flexible OLEDs and use it to develop reliable fabrication and production processes.
2007-11-22 Printed ICs prep up for mainstream entry
Developers of TFT circuits claimed breakthroughs that may finally push the technology to market and enable low-cost class of electronic paper, displays, labels, RFID tags, sensors and smart cards.
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