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SGIA Printed Electronics & Membrane Switch Symposium, June 14-16, 2011

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Discover the Latest Innovations in Screen-Print & Inkjet Technology SGIA focuses on expanding printed electronics market at 2011 Symposium Fairfax, Virginia — Learn about the latest applications in printed electronics for screen print and inkjet at SGIA’s 2011 Printed Electronics and Membrane Switch Symposium (San Jose, California; June 14–16). The highly anticipated event will...read more »

Thinfilm Works with PARC to Develop Next-Generation Printed Memory Solutions

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High-Capacity, Compact Form-Factor Memory Enabled by Low-Cost Printed Electronics Opens up New Market Opportunities Thinfilm (Thin Film Electronics ASA), a provider of advanced printed memory technology, and PARC (Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated), a premier center for commercial innovation, today announced that they are working together to provide next-generation memory technology enabled through printed...read more »

Printed Electronics – Bigger than the Silicon Chip

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The silicon chip business went from nothing to approaching $200 billion market in size in twenty years. Now we have the beginning of a market that will outpace even that to reach $200 billion or so in only twenty years. It is printed electronics. Primarily this is flexible: that is the main benefit. It...read more »

DuPont Microcircuit materials expands offerings for PE

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DuPont Microcircuit Materials (MCM) is expanding its portfolio of silver conductive inks formulated for use in printed electronics, to meet the need for low-cost processing in the high-growth and emerging markets for Touch Screens and devices such as Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs). The new screen printable inks include: DuPont 7723, a low temperature...read more »

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