Electronic Products & Technology

flexible electronics

September 4, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Queen’s Human Media Lab unveils rollable touch-screen

The roll-up tablet with a flexible screen, inspired by ancient scrolls
May 28, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Canadian excellence in flexible and hybrid electronics recognized

CPES2018 Innovation Awards includes presentation of first women in FHE STEM Award
April 24, 2018 by Stephen Law

The Future of Flexible Electronics, Displays and Sensing

Located at Davis Center Lobby Commences @ 10am to 4pm The Future of Flexible Electronics, Displays and Sensing: Bridging Gaps between Innovation and Marketplace Ontario’s largest R&D centre in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) is opening its doors on May 8…
April 5, 2018 by Kara Manke, Duke University

Conductive ‘felt’ enables stretchable, twistable wires for wearables

The exercise-tracking power of a Fitbit may soon jump from your wrist and into your clothing. Researchers are seeking to embed electronics such as fitness trackers and health monitors into our shirts, hats, and shoes. But no one wants stiff…
October 25, 2017 by Stephen Law


CPES2018: Printable Flexible Wearable electronics symposium. The intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance will host CPES2018, Canada’s premier conference and trade show exhibition for flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE), from May 23-24 at Centennial College’s Conference Centre in Toronto. Since last year’s event,…
July 25, 2017 by Dr Harry Zervos, principal analyst, IDTechEx

The road to fully flexible consumer electronics

IDTechEx article addresses the role of flexible encapsulation
April 26, 2017 by Stephen Law

Ontario Gov’t recognizes flexible, printable electronics as a priority

Grant will expand CPEIA events that drive partnerships for innovation
January 26, 2017 by Stephen Law

CPEIA partners with Alberta Council of Technologies

Electronic technologies to boost diversity in Alberta’s economy
January 23, 2016 by Stephen Law

XRCC and NanoIntegris advance flexible electronic devices with thin film transistor package

A new materials package developed by Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) and NanoIntegris, a subsidiary of Raymor Industries, will help advance the rapidly expanding wearable and flexible electronics market. The thin film transistor package combines a novel dielectric ink…