Electronic Products & Technology



News
May 31, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

CPES2019 Innovation Awards recognize FHE excellence

The intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance handed out some hardware at CPES2019, Canada’s premier conference and trade show exhibition for printable, flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE). CPES2019 ran from May 16-17 at Domaine Chateau-Bromont in Bromont, Que. “At this year’s event, we wanted…
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May 6, 2019 by Stephen Law

Conference aims to deliver inside track on commercializing FHE in IoT

CPES2019 conference and trade show exhibition for flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE) is coming to Bromont QC this month
News
March 25, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

The future of stretchable electronics 

Stretchable devices could have a wide range of potential uses, from wearable health monitors to elastic solar
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March 21, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

SEMI FlexTech funds cutting-edge projects

Projects extend impact on the flexible electronics ecosystem
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November 23, 2018 by Stephen Law

BC firm produces flexible printed electronic banners

TF Massif Technologies unveils Illuminated and Interactive eBanners to Showcase the Power of Flexible Electronics
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October 10, 2018 by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office 

Study opens route to flexible electronics made from exotic materials

Cost-effective method produces semiconducting films from materials that outperform silicon
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July 30, 2018 by Stephen Law

Flexible electronics are the key to a human ‘check engine’ light

You probably know more about the health of your car than you know about your own health. When your car needs an oil change or a part is malfunctioning, embedded computers instantly let you know there is an issue. A…
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May 28, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

NanoCnet unveils next gen of flexible, durable and stable silver nanomaterials

SilverStrand delivers all the benefits associated with silver nanowires used in flexible electronic circuits
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March 9, 2018 by Zheng Cui, Yiwei Han, Qijin Huang, Jingyan Dong and Yong Zhu, North Carolina State University

New technique allows printing of flexible, stretchable silver nanowire circuits

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a new technique that allows them to print circuits on flexible, stretchable substrates using silver nanowires. The advance makes it possible to integrate the material into a wide array of electronic devices.
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June 20, 2017 by Sarah Derouin, Stanford University News

Stanford U researchers develop flexible, organic, biodegradable semiconductor

A new semiconductor developed by Stanford researchers is as flexible as skin and easily degradable. It could have diverse medical and environmental applications, without adding to the mounting pile of global electronic waste.