GenesInk develops conductive and semi-conductive inks to enable new functionalities such as transparency, flexibility, and stretchability for the consumer electronics market. What makes GenesInk unique is its capability to solve

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The research is part of the European MADRAS project which will enable mass production of this type of electronics, known as OLAE, for accelerated time-to-market. Seen as a viable alternative

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With the increasing European demand for renewable and greener energies, GenesInk develops conductive and semi-conductive nanoinks sustainably for you to create devices of tomorrow and meet the energies market demand

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WEBINAR : SMART PACKAGING GENESINK’S SOLUTION TO MANY NEEDS

  GenesInk reminds you the next webinar on “Smart packaging: GenesInk’s solution to many needs ”. This webinar will give you more information and details on our range dedicated to

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Project GREENSENSE – Sustainable, Wireless, Autonomous Nanocellulose-based Quantitative DoA Biosensing Platform Paper-based printed electronics are new recyclable electronic devices with technical, economic and environmental advantages. Additionally, nanocellulose (NC) based printed

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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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University of Florida researchers demonstrate safety of silver nanowires used for next generation touchscreens

An unexpected ability of cells to bend metal determines the safety of silver nanowires — highly conductive nanomaterials a thousand times thinner than a human hair that are being used

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Nanosilver ink promises more efficient transparent conductive films

As the appetite grows for devices based on transparent conductive film, cheaper and more flexible formulations have to be found. CLEARSILVER pioneered a nanosilver and nano zinc-oxide printing process suited

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Japanese screen-printing experts demonstrate printed electronic on thin film

Printing electronics on 25µm thin film is now a reality making 35µm thick FPCB possible. Printing conductive lines on thin film has always been a problem: substrate wrinkling, poor adhesion

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