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UK Plastics Electronics Showcase, London, December 2010

Plastic electronics in the UK is currently in a strong position with a proven track record in research and development. However, we are not alone; Mainland Europe, America and Asia, indeed the rest of the world, are all in the race to bring new and novel products to market via plastic electronics. The window of opportunity is closing and we in the UK must act fast and smart to ensure we capitalise on our strengths and exploit the technologies being developed.

 

To get the latest news, overview and update on the most innovative and exciting plastic electronics technologies in the UK this is the event to attend.

 

It will be “the” opportunity to network and meet key players in the sector and for those already involved to re-connect with the community. There will be presentations from leading industry, academic and government experts, including:

  • An update on the UK Plastic Electronics Strategy
  • Showcase of plastic electronics demonstrators
  • Benchmarking current UK status
  • Dissemination of Leading Edge Projects from:

         o   Technology Strategy Board CR+D programme

         o   Northern Way

         o   EPSRC

         o   FP7 (UK partners) – and how to access EU funding

  •  Plastic Electronics Centres of Excellence  
  • Student Posters
  • Networking buffet dinner

To register free for this event please click here or call Kay Davenport on 01908 276 665

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