News Archive: New Electronics

Smart Objects Becoming Reality As Pragmatic Secures Major Investment From Cambridge Innovation Capital And ARM

Strategic funding supports production of flexible integrated circuits for the ‘Internet of Things’   Ultra-thin and low-cost flexible microcircuits, incorporated …

3D PCB printer does pick-n-place too

New York-based start-up BotFactory is developing a rapid prototyping machine that prints PCBs and then picks-and-places components. Called Squink and the …

Novalia shows printable Bluetooth keyboard at CES

Nordic Semiconductor has announced that Cambridge-based startup, Novalia has developed a low-cost, patented manufacturing technology using standard print processes combined with …

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 …

Call for input on Research and Development funding for science and technology in the UK

The Science and Technology Committee is seeking suggestions for future inquiries on UK R&D funding. Respondents are encouraged to comment …

Plastic Logic produce world's first flexible organic image sensor

From the New Electronics, 12th June 2013. Plastic Logic has teamed up with French start up ISORG to develop the …

EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large Area Electronics formed with a grant of £5.6M

Formation of the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large Area Electronics - led by Chris Rider at the University …

Media Marketplace, Elland Road Leeds, 26 April 2013

This annual event organised by the British Print Industries Federation will feature a Printable Electronics Pavilion organised by CPI. Click …

Imperial College Centre for Doctoral Training student wins EPSRC ICT Pioneers competition.

Recognition of just how much our technologies underpin today's advanced society and future economic growth was given at the ICT …

Display Technology - Is the future plastic?

Flexible displays power by plastic electronics are now commercially available and could see the development of a host of new …