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Manufacturing for Printed Electronics: Conference Review

  On Thursday 20th March 2014, Clare College, Cambridge was the venue for the Manufacturing for Printed Electronics Conference. This was an international conference covering the recent advances in manufacturing techniques and materials for printed electronics. There was a specific focus on making the transition from ‘lab-to-fab' and integrating devices into a final product....
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Would you like to come to Berlin with ESP KTN?

      UK companies and institutions working in energy harvesting and storage and/or printed electronics are invited to join the Electronics, Sensors, Photonics Knowledge Transfer Network (ESP KTN) in Berlin! On offer is the opportunity to exhibit, network and save 40% on the ticket price to Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2014 and ...
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Call for Papers: Manufacturing for Printed Electronics

Manufacturing for Printed Electronics Conference 20th March 2014, Clare College, Cambridge UK   This will be an international conference covering the recent advances in fabrication techniques and materials for Printed Electronics. There will be specific focus on making the transition from ‘Lab to Fab’ and integrating devices into a final product. The conference...
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EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics: Industry Launch Event

3rd February 2014 Hilton Euston Hotel, Upper Wobern Place, London WC1H0HT The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics brings together CIKC at the University of Cambridge, the Centre for Plastic Electronics at Imperial College, the Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating at Swansea University and the Organic Materials Innovation Centre at the University of...
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Practical OLED Fabrication Training Course

The COLAE (Commercialising Organic and Large Area Electronics) project together with CPI is offering a practical training course on Organic Light‐Emitting Diode (OLED) Fabrication. This will provide a thorough overview of the various printing and coating techniques used to manufacture OLED devices, along with explaining their benefits and issues. Trainees will also see some of these methods...
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UK Plastic Electronics Research Conference

  UK Plastic Electronics Research Conference Tuesday 10th – Wednesday 11th December 2013 Burleigh Court Hotel & Conference Centre, Holywell Park, Loughborough University The UK Plastic Electronics Research Conference will provide the opportunity for researchers from UK universities to showcase their research in plastic, printed organic and...
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Bear Conductive Launch Kickstarter Project

Touch Board: Interactivity Everywhere London based design studio, Bear Conductive, have started a Kickstarter Project to launch their Touch Board:   The Touch Board uses capacitive sensing to turn any conductive material into an interface. Imagine light switches painted on the wall with our Electric Paint, interactive books or hidden sensors that can detect a...
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Final Call for Papers: Printable Electronics for Industry

This is the final call for papers for the  Printable Electronics for Industry open forum sessions on the 12/13 November 2013.   Submissions are invited from across the whole spectrum of printed electronics including; lighting, photovoltaics, flexible displays, components, smart systems, etc. Printable Electronics for Industry is part of the Advanced Engineering UK...
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Demonstrators for the Printable Electronics for Industry Show

ESP KTN are working with the Plastic Electronics Leadership Group (PELG) to organize the Printable Electronics Feature Area at the Advanced Engineering Show , being held 12/13 November at the NEC, Birmingham. This event brings together the Aero Engineering Show, Automotive Engineering Show, Automotive Electronics Show, Composites Engineering Show and the Printable Electronics for Industry...
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popSLATE partners with Plastic Logic to create the Always-on Second Screen display for their Apple iPhone 5 & 5S accessory

Cambridge, UK – 13 th September 2013 – Plastic Logic has entered into an exclusive strategic partnership with popSLATE for their new Apple iPhone Always-On 4” second screen display. Plastic Logic and popSLATE are pleased to announce that, following a joint development programme, the first product will be an accessory for the Apple iPhone 5 and 5S, incorporating a secondary...
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WCPC Annual Technical Conference

November 18th & 19th 2013, De Vere Village Hotel, Swansea.   The Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC) are hosting their Annual Technical Conference on the 18th - 19th November at the De Vere Village Hotel, Swansea. WCPC is a world renowned research centre dedicated to advancing the understanding and productivity of all aspects of printing and coating. WCPC...
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Pocketbook and Plastic Logic team up to develop the next PocketBook CoverReader

Next generations of CoverReader are planned to be developed for use with smartphone brands such as Samsung, HTC and Sony Cambridge, UK – 06 September 2013 – PocketBook CoverReader is a brand new unique device. A thin and light flip cover for smartphones with an integrated electrophoretic display (EPD) – one of the most significant gadget innovations of the year – is planned to be shown...
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A printed paper poster that's an interactive drumkit

Novalia, the Cambridge based printed electronics specialists, have announced the launch of a Kickstarter project to launch the first, cost-efficient, volume production run for their unique interactive drumkit posters. The posters have printed touch technology on the reverse. Touch the poster and hear the drums (or symbols) bang out. They are available with two different playback formats;...
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UK Firm Develops Graphene Inks for Printed Electronic Applications

  Highly conductive graphene-based inks have been developed by South Wales based company Haydale.   These new graphene inks could help to accelerate the commercialisation in several application areas including; smart packaging, printed batteries, electrochemical sensors, flexible displays and potentially in touch screens.   The metal free ink, HDPlasTM...
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Printed Electronics and Emerging Macrotrends workshop - 15th May at Catalan Delegation to the EU

The Catalonians will be presenting on innovation opportunities following their study on current macro trends and PE technologies. Not Barcelona, I'm afraid, but Brussels - so easy to get to but take an umbrella!   15th MAY 2013 - 10.00 to 13.30  ESPAI CATALUNYA EUROPA, Government of Catalonia  Delegation to the EU Rue de la Loi / wetstraat 227 -...
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Call for Papers: Manufacturing for Printed Electronics

Manufacturing for Printed Electronics Conference 20th March 2014, Clare College,...

WCPC Annual Technical Conference

November 18th & 19th 2013, De Vere Village Hotel, Swansea.   The Welsh...

Manufacturing for Printed Electronics: Conference Review

  On Thursday 20th March 2014, Clare College, Cambridge was the venue for the ...