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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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European consortium to test new materials and manufacturing processes for consumer electronics

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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Energy conversion / Energy generation

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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GenesInk develops conductive and semi-conductive nanoinks sustainably for aeronautics application. Our nanoinks allow  you to create smart integrated antennas on composite and polymer materials by spray coating and printing techniques.

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Description du poste et missions Acteur de référence dans la conception et la formulation d’encres de spécialité, notre société GenesInk basée à Rousset (Bouches-du-Rhône) recherche un chef de projet Recherche

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Description du poste et missions Acteur de référence dans la conception et la formulation d’encres de spécialité, notre société GenesInk basée à Rousset (Bouches-du-Rhône) recherche un technicien chimiste H/F pour

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    Advanced materials and processing in organic electronics MADRAS project aims to demonstrate a materials-driven improvement of OLAE devices, establishing a high speed manufacturing methodology in a scalable competitive

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GenesInk is participating in the European project « SBR » for bone defects restoration

Smart Bone Regeneration The SBR project brings together experts from medicine, biochemical, pharmaceutical, and material sciences, engineering and industry for solving an unmet challenge in the management of bone loss

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Project TEESMAT – Open innovation test bed for electrochemical energy storage materials Despite more than 200 years of development of batteries, the physical limits of battery performance are far from

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GenesInk continues its expansion in Asia and is pleased to announce the opening of its new office on June 1st in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. This office marks the

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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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How GenesInk managed the COVID-19 crisis . 

Faced with Covid-19, GenesInk has been able to adapt to a new context, maintaining contact with its customers and giving priority to employee’s morale and safety. This required a new

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GenesInk signs a partnership contract with Japan number one printing equipment manufacturer Mino Group. 

GenesInk push further it’s expansion in Asia signing a partnership contract with Japan number one printing equipment manufacturer Mino Group.  On December 12th at the regional government building in Marseille, 

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The ten academic and industrial partners collaborating in the new EU research project SBR (Smart Bone Regeneration) aim to improve treatment options for patients with large bone defects. The targeted

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GENESINK took part as an exhibitor at Nanotech 2020 last week from January 29th to 31st in Tokyo, Japan.

This event gathered more than 500 companies in the field of nano-technologies among which several tens were involved in the industry of printed electronics. More than 50,000 visitors showed up

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