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November 15, 2017 by Stephen Law

Electrically conductive die attach adhesive boosts thermal conductivity

MASTER BOND EP3HTSDA-1 single part, no mix epoxy adhesive for die attach applications exhibits a die shear strength of 20-22 kg-f and has a high thermal conductivity of over 40-45 BTU•in/ft2•hr•°F [5.7-6.5 W/(m•K)]. The 100% solids formulation provides a suitable…
Feature
October 24, 2017 by Edward Hughes, CEO of Aculon

Nanotechnology-based electronics waterproofing technology

The miniaturization of electronic products continues to drive printed circuit board (pcb) manufacturing towards smaller and more densely packed boards with increased electronic capabilities. With virtually every electronic device containing at least one pcb, they are a modern marvel and…
Product
October 23, 2017 by Stephen Law

Nylon-based thermoplastic elastomer filaments serve 3D printing

DuPont Hytrel thermoplastic elastomer and DuPont Zytel nylon-based thermoplastic elastomer filaments for 3D printing allow users to achieve the true benefits of 3D printing (greater design freedom, lightweighting, reduced product development cycle times) allowing for rapid functional prototyping, parts production,…
News
October 16, 2017 by EP&T Magazine

Sun Chemical enters license agreement with NRC, GGI

Plan is to introduce new screen printable molecular inks
News
October 11, 2017 by EP&T Magazine

Myant commits $100M to advanced manufacturing supercluster

Myant is focused on partnering with companies and institutions in order to democratize manufacturing in the functional and computing textile industry and support innovation to make it more accessible to educators, inventors, students, medical professionals, researchers, and idea makers who will enhance the fabric of Canada
News
October 10, 2017 by EP&T Magazine

Gartner lists top 10 strategic technology trends for 2018

Analysts explore Top Industry Trends at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2017, October 1-5 in Orlando
News
October 4, 2017 by IDTechEx Research

Conductive inks: never ceasing to adapt 

Cast your mind back a few years and you will find a conductive ink business that appeared very mature and slow moving. The boom years of the photovoltaic industry were ending, the dominant big suppliers seem well entrenched, and the technology…
Feature
October 3, 2017 by Stephen Law

Waterloo startup NanoCnet rolls out next gen Nanomaterial for flexible transparent electrodes

EP&T Magazine conducted an exclusive Question & Answer session with NanoCnet co-founders Dr. Hadi Hosseinzadeh Khaligh, CEO and Dr. Ehsan Mazbanrad, COO Company synopsis: NanoCnet Ltd. is a Waterloo-based startup company established in 2016 with the objective to manufacture silver…
News
September 29, 2017 by Stephen Law

Canadians to join SingularityU Canada summit experience

Through partnerships with innovation hubs and community organizations from Victoria to Charlottetown, inaugural SingularityU Canada Summit to welcome Canadians in more than 30 communities across the country
News
September 15, 2017 by Stephen Law

10 Canadian tech firms selected for Lazaridis scale-up program

The Lazaridis Institute at Wilfrid Laurier University has selected Canada’s 10 most promising technology companies to participate in the next cohort of the Lazaridis Scale-Up Program. This innovative program, now in its second year, provides high-potential firms personalized mentorship and…
News
September 11, 2017 by University of New Brunswick

UNB scientist lands federal funding for flexible laminate to power electronics

A University of New Brunswick researcher is receiving federal funding that will help further develop a stretchable, flexible laminate that can provide power to a wide range of electronic devices.  Dr. Anna Ignaszak, an associate professor of chemistry at UNB,…
News
September 9, 2017 by Stephen Law

CPEIA rebrands as intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance

The intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance is the new name and new brand identity of the Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (CPEIA). The name change was made to expand the technology scope and membership of the association to include flexible, hybrid and…