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.
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.
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.
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.