The scientist demonstrate how the OLED could be used in future
The scientist demonstrate how the OLED could be used in future


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cynora, a company focused on researching innovative organic semiconductors based in Germany, recently unveiled a new flexible OLED prototype that is said to open new possibilities for the packaging and lighting industry.

  An OLED display in use
An OLED display in use


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The Performance Materials division of the German chemicals company Merck and Japan-based producer of printers, information and imaging related equipment Seiko Epson Corporation recently announced a cooperation and licensing agreement for inkjet inks used in the manufacture of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays.

  An example of Touchcode in use
An example of Touchcode in use


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The Germany based Printechnologics, a technology developer of printed functionalities, was awarded with the renowned Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Award, which honours outstanding technological breakthroughs and innovations.

  The LC molecules in a detailed view
The LC molecules in a detailed view


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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.

  The PRODOS-200 PVPD
The PRODOS-200 PVPD


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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.