Printable, flexible and hybrid electronics sector
Jan. 8: SKIIN invisibly integrates technology into everyday apparel, allowing users to monitor their health and wellness. This digital intelligent interface connects every human being to self, others, the IoT and to AI. Myant expects a paradigm shift in many...read more
Jan. 3, Printed Electronics Now: From the floor of November’s IDTechShow!/Printed Electronics USA conference, Printed Electronics Now features the results of the joint venture between intelliFLEX Member XENON and Carpe Diem Technologies for a complete roll-to-roll...read more
Jan. 1, Printed Electronics Now: As the ecosystem of everyday objects embedded with technology to connect, communicate and transfer information continues to expand, scientists are challenged to find ways to enable even more physical objects to become "smarter" and...read more
Dec. 28: Xerox Corp., parent company of intelliFLEX Member Xerox Research Centre of Canada, has acquired an IP portfolio for Thin Film Electronics’ printed rewriteable memory labels. The latest deal builds on an existing relationship for printed memory between the two...read more
Dec. 8: intelliFLEX Founding Member The Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification -- a rare distinction for a research facility. ISO 9001:2015 is an internationally recognized quality management standard that helps businesses...read more
Dec. 6, Printed Electronics World: intelliFLEX Member company Henkel Adhesive Technologies has further strengthened its expertise for printed electronics by investing in Copprint Technologies Ltd (Copprint), Israel. This advanced materials startup has developed a...read more
Dec. 1, Betakit: intelliFLEX Member company NanoCnet, which won our first Startup of the Year Award at CPES2017 last May, scored in $25,000 in funding and was admitted to the Velocity Garage startup incubator at the University of Waterloo. NanoCnet also claimed the...read more
Nov. 30, Printed Electronics World: intelliFLEX Member company NovaCentrix has released PulseForge Invent. This state-of-the-art photonic curing system is highly configurable for academic budgets and advanced R&D, for development in applications such as sensors,...read more
Nov. 28: Myant and ZOLL Medical, one of the world's top makers of cardiac resuscitation devices, have entered into an exclusive multi-year agreement to jointly develop technologies for future generations of the ZOLL LifeVest wearable defibrillator. The LifeVest is...read more
Nov. 15: intelliFLEX Member NanoXplore has secured an undisclosed investment from Martinrea International, an auto parts manufacturer with more than 14,000 employees at over 50 manufacturing and engineering facilities in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Read the full...read more
Nov. 13, ZME Science: Researchers from Britain, Italy and China used special graphene inks to print electronics on fabric, opening new avenues of opportunity for smart clothing and wearable electronics. The integrated circuits are flexible, washable, and breathable,...read more
Nov. 8, Treehugger.com: A team that included researchers from Imperial College London, the University of Cambridge and Central Saint Martins used an off-the-shelf inkjet printer to demonstrate that when printed in a precise pattern onto carbon nanotubes on paper,...read more
Nov. 3, Electronics360: Researchers at Sweden's Chalmers University of Technology have used graphene transistors on plastic substrates to develop a flexible detector for terahertz frequencies. As the first mechanically flexible device of its kind, it can extend the...read more
Oct. 31, Institution of Mechanical Engineers: Researchers are planning clinical trials after creating thin, flexible batteries that could power ‘smart’ orthodontic braces. The dental device, designed by researchers at the King Abdullah University of Science and...read more
Oct. 12: Sun Chemical, GGI Solutions and the National Research Centre of Canada have entered into a license agreement to introduce a new family of molecular inks for the printed electronics market. Based on ionic molecules processed through a reduction process, the...read more
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October 17, 2017
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