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Printable, flexible and hybrid electronics sector

NovaCentrix conductive paint to spend a year in space

One of NovaCentrix's conductive paints was recently selected for a one-year stay at the International Space Station, after a partnership with the University of North Dakota led to the successful testing of several conductive paints on spacesuit fabrics. Upon return...

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Ryerson U, Myant partner on new textile computing lab

Toronto's Ryerson University and Myant, an end-to-end textile computing company, have announced the launch of a new textile computing lab at the school's Faculty of Communication and Design. Ryerson says the lab will enable collaborative research across disciplines...

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Canadian federal government eases SR&ED cap rules

Ottawa will lift the oft-criticized income cap from its Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) Program, as announced in this week's federal budget. Under the current rules, tax credits earned under the program are clawed back if companies earn...

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Ynvisible to enter smart labeling sector

Feb. 13, Printed Electronics World: Ynvisible Interactive Inc. has announced the signing of commercial contracts with companies in the smart label sector. Ynvisible will provide visual indicators to the clients' smart label solutions – in one case, with an...

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Sun Chemical partners with HAVI

Sun Chemical has partnered with HAVI, a global food service packaging and supply chain company, to bring its SunVisto AquaGreen bio-renewable, natural-based inks to market. Sun Chemical's bio-renewable inks have been certified by HAVI as a recommended natural-based...

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Xerox enters 3D printing space with Vader acquisition

Feb. 7, 3DPI: Xerox has acquired New York-based Vader Systems, a manufacturer of liquid metal jet 3D printers, for an undisclosed sum. The deal is part of Xerox's innovations strategy aimed at accessing the $8 billion additive and digital manufacturing market....

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Harvesting body heat to power lightweight wearables

Image courtesy University of Massachusetts. Interesting Engineering, Jan 23: UMass researchers Trisha Andrew and Linden Allison have come up with a new fabric that can capture energy from body heat to power light wearable devices. The fabric takes advantage of the...

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Coca-Cola explores printed electronics on labels

Image courtesy Packaging World. Jan. 4, Packaging World: Coca-Cola Central and Eastern Europe recently partnered with Inuru, a Berlin-based OLED specialist, to create limited edition glass bottles featuring a logo that lit up when touched. According to the company,...

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A wristband to detect opioid overdose

Image courtesy Health Tech Insider. Dec. 27, Health Tech Insider: Masters research students at Carnegie Mellon's Institute for Software Research have developed a new prototype wristband wearable that detects opioid overdose in the wearer, sending alerts to emergency...

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