Scientist from the Centre of Molecular Materials for Photonics and Electronics and the Inkjet Research Centre of the University of Cambridge have found a way of producing a high resolution multi-colour laser arrays by printing.
AIXTRON SE, a leading provider of deposition equipment based in Germany, has launched a new system for the research of new deposition processes for polymer thin films at an R&D level. The PRODOS-200 PVPD is mainly aimed on new applications in the deposition of organic thin film materials.
With Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V. from Belgium the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) has just welcomed its newest member. The association now represents 200 companies and institutions from 31 countries around the world.
The UK based Eight19 Limited, a developer and manufacturer of third generation solar cells based on printed plastic today announced the launch of Azuri Technologies Limited to develop its Indigo ‘pay-as-you-go’ solar technology for off-grid markets. Eight19 will concentrate on development of its printed plastic solar technology and Azuri will focus on expanding the Indigo product family and market reach.
On 5 and 6 September 2012 Fraunhofer COMEDD, a research institution for organics, materials and electronic devices, will stage a seminar focused on the current and future developments in the lighting market and the integration of OLEDs on CMOS.