Printable, flexible and hybrid electronics sector
Sept. 18, New Electronics: Looking to develop an alternative to the rigid batteries that power-up medical implants, a team from Queen’s University Belfast has developed a flexible and organic supercapacitor with a longer cycle life. The team also believes the device...read more
Sept. 13: Nano Dimension Ltd. has released the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer. This printer removes many of the complexities and bottlenecks inherent in printed circuit board (PCB) prototyping, allowing companies involved in developing electronics to take control of...read more
Sept. 12, LiveScience: Rubber electronics and sensors that operate normally even when stretched to up to 50 percent of their length could work as artificial skin on robots, according to a new study. They could also give flexible sensing capabilities to a range of...read more
Sept. 8, Printed Electronics World: Human skin must flex and stretch to accommodate the body's every move. Anything worn tight on the body must also be able to flex around muscles and joints, which helps explain why synthetic fabrics like spandex are popular in active...read more
Sept. 5: Group NanoXplore of Montreal has completed a reverse takeover transaction with Graniz Mondal Inc. that has given NanoXplore a public listing on the TSX Venture Exchange and raised $9.7 million through a private placement. NanoXplore is Canada’s largest...read more
June 11, Globe and Mail: Canadian technology companies are greeting a new federal blueprint for hiring foreign talent with open arms – and cautious optimism. The Canadian government’s global skills visa program – part of its Global Skills Strategy – officially opened...read more
June 8: The Proposed Transaction is an arm's length reverse takeover. NanoXplore of Montreal is Canada's largest producer of graphene and one of the largest graphene producers in the world. It supplies few layer graphene powder, master batch pellets of...read more
June 6, Scientific American: At CPES2017 recently, the CPEIA named NanoCnet as our first Startup of the Year. What is the market potential for this company's silver nanowire technology? This is a field that is crucial for flexible smartphones, e-paper and a new...read more
June 6, Engadget: A new framework will give iOS apps access to the short-range protocol which could create new opportunities for CPEIA Members in the NFC space. Apple already announced new NFC functions coming to the Apple Watch with watchOS 4, but according to...read more
CPEIA member company Novacentrix and Intrinsiq Materials have teamed up to create a high-performance, low cost, copper-clad polyimide achieved without the use of adhesives or time-consuming sputtering.These printed electronic thin film substrates cannot be produced...read more
Information Mediary Corp.’s Med-ic Syringe Pack equipped with Med-ic ECM wins 2016 HCPC Innovative Design Award
May 8, New Jersey and Ottawa – For the third time, Ottawa-based smart packaging and printed electronics developer and CPEIA member Information Mediary Corp (IMC) (www.informationmediary.com) has been awarded the prestigious "Package of the Year Award" by the...read more
May 3, Printed Electronics World: Stretchable Electronics is a term that conceals great diversity. Indeed, it is an umbrella term that refers to a whole host of emerging electronic materials, components and devices that exhibit some degree of mechanical...read more
May 3, newelectronics: A United Nations Environment Program report has found there was almost 50 million tons of electronic waste in 2017. Looking to address the issue, Stanford engineer Professor Zhenan Bao and her team have created a flexible electronic device that...read more
April 19, Yale News: Discovered more than 100 years ago, black phosphorus was soon forgotten when there was no apparent use for it. In what may prove to be one of the great comeback stories of electrical engineering, it now stands to play a crucial role in the future...read more
April 18, Tech Republic: CEO Jeff Jacobson on how Xerox will transcend it roots, and emerge from a declining industry by investing in new technologies. He acknowledges that Xerox needs to change tack, to refocus its efforts on areas in print where demand is growing,...read more
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