News Archive: Plastic and Printed Electronics

Large-Area Electronics Pathfinder Call

The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics is seeking proposals from academic and postdoctoral research staff at UK …

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 …

Plastic Logic and Solvay Specialty Polymers partner to launch low power solutions for Internet of Things and Wearables

Plastic Logic and Solvay Specialty Polymers have announced a partnership which will deliver low power flexible electronics suitable for the …

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 …

Manufacturing for Printed Electronics Conference

Manufacturing for Printed Electronics 20th March 2014, Clare College, Cambridge, UK   This is an international conference covering the recent …

Would you like to exhibit at Printed Electronics Europe 2014?

Printed Electronics Europe 2014 Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2014 1st - 2nd April 2014, Estrel Centre, Berlin, Germany   …

TSB/EPSRC Competition: Realising the graphene revolution

The Technology Strategy Board and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are investing up to £2.5m in feasibility …

Smart Watches Just the Beginning: New White Paper Outlines Markets For ‘Truly Wearable Electronics’

Forget iPhones and tablets. The latest product shaking up the consumer electronics market is the smart watch, most notably the Samsung …

Plastic Electronics Sector Study 2012/13

The Plastic Electronics Leadership Group (PELG), supported by Electronics, Sensors, Photonics Knowledge Transfer Network (ESP KTN), are pleased to announce …

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 …