Solliance has announced a world record for roll-to-roll produced perovskite solar cells

Solliance sets world record for roll-to-roll produced perovskite-based solar cells

Monday 20 March 2017

The Dutch, Belgian and German R&D partnership Solliance announces the demonstration of an industrially-applicable roll-to-roll process for the production of solar cells, achieving a record 12,6% conversion efficiency on cell level. This breakthrough result paves the way towards an accelerated market introduction of this attractive new source of renewable energy.


3D in-mould human-machine interface for automotive applications with printed touch interface (photo: Sabic)

From vision to product – OE-A presents the most innovative ideas and outlooks at LOPEC 2017

Friday 17 March 2017
Exhibitions / Events

Already in its seventh year, OE-A organizes the OE-A Competition for its members from all the different sectors of organic and printed electronics. Numerous international companies, research institutes and universities take part in this annual competition to present their ideas, prototypes, and concepts.


The FlexE Centre for R&D in flexible and printed electronics (photo: National Centre for Flexible Electronics, Kanpur)

RK Print announces collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

Wednesday 15 March 2017
Companies / Markets

UK-based RK PrintCoat Instruments is now collaborating with the National Centre of Flexible Electronics (FlexE Centre) at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur (IITK) to design, manufacture and supply a bespoke roll-to-roll pilot line for their latest R&D and prototyping projects in the field of printed and flexible electronics.


Sumitomo Chemical invests in film-based touchscreen panels (photo: 663highland)

Sumitomo Chemical to boost production capacity of film-based touchscreen panels

Monday 13 March 2017

The Japanese Sumitomo Chemical Company decided to expand the production capacity of film-based touchscreen panels at Dongwoo Fine-Chem Co., Ltd., its wholly-owned subsidiary in South Korea. The production capacity is to be more than tripled, with the expanded commercial-scale production coming on stream in January 2018.


The technical team of IRLYNX in front of the new CERADROP machine

IRLYNX purchases CeraPrinter F-Serie from CERADROP

Friday 10 March 2017

IRLYNX, a developer and manufacturer of low-cost human activity sensing modules for smart buildings based in Montbonnot, France, acquired a CeraPrinter F-Serie from the French machinery manufacturer CERADROP, which is specialised in materials deposition digital printers exclusively for the printed electronics industry and smart 3D printing.