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Shirts incorporating biosensors are being seen on court for the first time at the US Open tennis tournament...more
Fashion brand Ralph Lauren is planning to start selling sports and formal wear with embedded sensors in 2015
The government of Korea has announced a new 5 year initiative to support companies in commercialising OLED lighting products...more
US academics have developed a skin-mounted battery which generates power for a chemical released in human sweat during exercise. If the technology could be improved, it could provide discrete power for disposable biosensors and other wearable devices...more
UK company Haydale has announced a deal with Korean firm PlanarTech, to distribute its range of, functionalised graphene materials to developers in Asia...more
A new dye solar cell made at the University of Tokyo combines energy generation in a decorative floral pattern. The colour of the flower’s petals even change colour as it charges and discharges...more
Acquiring IP from Bayer will enable Quantum Materials to secure its advanced position in heavy metal-free and solar quantum dots...more
In 2012, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) launched a committee to develop standards for the emerging area of printed electronics. The TC119 committee is due to publish the first of its final standards by the end of 2016...more
All dye solar materials made by Australian company Dyesol are being made available via a global distribution agreement with Sigma-Aldrich...more
Implantable electronic devices mounted on conformable plastic are opening up a range of new diagnostic and therapeutic tools for doctors – including directly implanting sensors on the heart, brain and soft tissues....more
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Unmet Needs in Plastic Electronics- Market and Technology Forecasts to 2018 identifies emerging applications and looksat drivers and challenges shaping the industry. The report also breaks down the world plastic electronics markets by material and manufacturing process, end use and geographical region. With strategic forecasts to 2018 this is the essential report to keep your business up to speed.
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