Advanced Material for Flexible Electronic

Genes’Ink offers advanced materials for the printed & flexible electronics market. Our solutions of conductive and semi‑conductive inks bring competitive advantages to industries looking for thin and flexible devices, high conductivity and outstanding electrical performances.

Our industrial solution are used for Smart Integrated Systems (flexible and printed devices for IoT), flexible and organic solar cells and OLED.

Our inks are compatible with industrial printing methods and flexible substrates for large scale production.

Genes'Ink will be present at FineTech Japan 2018 from Wednesday 5 to Friday 7 December, in collaboration with our local partner Techno Alpha Corporation

Genes'Ink will exhibit its latest functional ink technologies for printed electronics at the FineTech Japan 2018 international exhibition in Makuhari Messe conference center.
Several tens of thousands of visitors from industry, universities,...

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Genes’Ink will be present during the USA Flexible Electronic trade show organized by IDTechEx on November 14 - 15, 2018 in Santa Clara Convention Center, CA.

IDTechEx Flexible Electronic USA trade show is a key annual event in the flexible electronics: it always meets expectations in term of quality leads and technological content. The caliber of the attendees is top of the notch and it is the best...

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The global market for biosensors is expected to reach $21.17 billion by 2020.

Printed electronics technologies offer an alternative for manufacturing flexible and printed sensors based on polymers and papers.
Fully printed paper devices are part of a range of recyclable electronic products with technical, economic and...

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From lab to fab: Genes’Ink launches a new InkJet nano silver ink for industrial printheads.

We are proud to present our Smart’ink Inkjet family of nanoparticle silver inks with unrivaled conductivity for inkjet deposition.
Genes’Ink conductive inks for inkjet printing offer the best conductivity and fast curing required for rapid...

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We would like to welcome a new member of our scientific committee : M. Nicolas Chéhanne

Genes’Ink is pleased to welcome in its scientific committee M. Nicolas Chéhanne, head of European Affairs in ARII Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur. Mr Chéhanne is the actual coordinator of EEN for South of France Regions.
He has provided individual...

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