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Published April 2, 2013
Will present printed circuit board technology combining printed electronics with thermal management Read More »
Published November 30, 2012
PE8XX series delivers 20 percent or more savings vs. conventional silver-based conductors Read More »
Published January 13, 2012
Five application clusters as well as materials, substrates and patterning processes are discussed in detail Read More »
Published December 6, 2011
Innovative anti-theft packaging solution uses Vorbeck’s graphene-based conductive ink Read More »
Published November 4, 2011
Toyo Ink will be showcasing the Group’s high-tech solutions for the electronics field at Printed Electronics USA 2011, Booth G111. Read More »
Published September 12, 2011
New electrically conductive screen ink features a silver alternative Read More »
Published January 19, 2010
Will cover a host of new trends, including carbon nanotubes in conductive paper and transistors, printing silicon for enhancing solar cells, for transistors and other uses and printing copper at a fraction of the cost of silver Read More »
Published December 10, 2009
NanoMarkets Analyzes Printed Electronics New reports analyzes printed electronics manufacturing trends. According to a recent report released by industry analyst firm NanoMarkets, as printed electronics (PR) moves out of the lab and i… Read More »
Published July 13, 2007
BASF Future Business GmbH, Ludwigshafen, Germany, is extending its technology portfolio and cooperation network in the printed electronics sector by starting a collaboration with Polyera Corporation.      The partnership will focus on… Read More »
Material Advances are Paving Way for Further Growth in Printed Electronics
By Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor
Published August 9, 2006
Although the printed electronics market is taking off more gradually than initially thought, advancements in materials offer even greater possibilities. Read More »