GenesInk participated as speaker to the seminar titled « Basics of Screen Printing and Application Examples in Advanced Technology Fields » organized by the Japan Printing Society Technical Committee E & S (Electronics & Screen Printing) Study Group

On 2019 November 15th, Friday, GenesInk participated as speaker to the seminar titled « Basics of Screen Printing and Application Examples in Advanced Technology Fields » organized by the Japan Printing Society

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Screen printing of silver nanowires: balancing conductivity with transparency while maintaining flexibility and stretchability

Printing metal nanowires are particularly attractive as compared to conventional coating methods due to the ease of processing, direct patterning, and large-scale fabrication capability. However, it is still challenging to

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Silver Nanoparticles Based Ink with Moderate Sintering in Flexible and Printed Electronics

Silver Nanoparticles Based Ink with Moderate Sintering in Flexible and Printed Electronics Printed electronics on flexible substrates has attracted tremendous research interest research thanks its low cost, large area production

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IoT : Eutelsat kicks off ELO, its constellation of nanosatellites dedicated to the internet of things

Capturing IoT market opportunities from 2020 The upcoming IoT market boom in sectors as diverse as transport, oil and gas, and agriculture means that tens of millions of objects will

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A stretchable and flexible biofuel cell that runs on sweat

A unique new flexible and stretchable device, worn against the skin and capable of producing electrical energy by transforming the compounds present in sweat, was recently developed and patented by

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Printed transistors scale up to system prototypes

Printed transistors scale up to system prototypes The first proofs of concept allowing the realization of subsystems manufactured by printing have just been realized with a second generation transistor technology.

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Ultrathin 3-D-printed films convert energy of one form into another

MIT researchers have developed a simple, low-cost method to 3-D print ultrathin films with high-performing “piezoelectric” properties, which could be used for components in flexible electronics or highly sensitive biosensors.

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Wireless sensors that stick to the skin to track our health

Stanford engineers have developed a way to detect physiological signals emanating from the skin with sensors that stick like band-aids and beam wireless readings to a receiver clipped onto clothing.

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WEBINAR : Pushing the limits of fine lines and ultra-thin substrate in electronic screen printing

The development of IoT, sensors and smaller electronic devices pushes printed electronic manufacturing towards its limit. Form factor reduction is a must, and screen-printed electronics require now finer printed lines

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How electronic skin could help people with disabilities

Dr Anusha Withana from Sydney University has developed an « electronic skin », meaning a super-thin, hyper-flexible sticky tape that can have electronic circuits printed onto it. Once applied, people

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