Electronic Products & Technology



Feature
February 18, 2020 by Sohail Kamal, EP&T’s West Coast Correspondent

TF Massif flexes its electronic muscle on the print industry

Vancouver firm enables printed electronics for POP industry
News
February 12, 2020 by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office

MIT engineers mix materials to create stretchy electronics

Next-generation devices made with new ‘peel and stack’ method may include electronic chips worn on the skin
News
February 4, 2020 by EP&T Magazine

DuPont Interconnect Solutions expands sales efforts into Canada

Insulectro’s role in North America includes adding Canada to its Pyralux sales territory
News
January 31, 2020 by Tom Abate, Stanford Engineering Magazine

A new stretchable battery can power wearable electronics

The experimental device promises to provide a safe and comfortable power source for technologies that must bend and flex with our bodies.
News
January 29, 2020 by The Canadian Press, Halifax

Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems receives payroll rebate

Nova Scotia electronics firm qualifies for $2.5 million
News
December 12, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Cadence enters strategic alliance with NI

Agreement seeks to enhance electronic system innovation
News
November 29, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

German electronics exports rise

Driven by demand from China and US, industry posted a 2% rise in September
News
November 10, 2019 by IDTechEx Research

In-mold electronics market set to take-off

IDTechEx Research provides some of the reasons why
News
October 29, 2019 by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

Baby steps for transparent electronics

Highly electrically conductive, flexible and stretchable material could find use in flexible electronic displays, sensors, solar cells
News
October 28, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

EPTECH Shows coming to Waterloo, Ottawa this week

Keynote address at Bingemans Conference Centre asks: Are you ready for a digital transformation?
Product
October 17, 2019 by Stephen Law

Gap filler materials cool automotive electronics

SHIN ETSU SDP Gap Filler series materials are suitable for cooling automotive electronics, power converters, LED lighting modules, communications modules and other electronics. In addition to sensors, notable automotive market applications include hybrids, ECUs (engine control units) and can be…
News
October 14, 2019 by EMILY AYSHFORD, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Creating 2D heterostructures for future electronics

New research integrates nanomaterials into heterostructures, an important step toward creating nanoelectronics