Epishine: Project selected for funding from the EU


Companies / Markets

Epishine, Linköping (Sweden), leader in printed organic solar cell technology, has announced the company will lead a consortium that has been selected for funding of over 38 million SEK (nearly €3.3 million) from the EU. The consortium will work with industry leaders for the future of OPV and sustainable electronics.  

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Fraunhofer FFB: A "milestone in battery research" achieved


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The first construction phase of the "FFB PreFab", the Fraunhofer Research Fabrication Battery Cell FFB, was inaugurated in Münster (Germany). The facility is supposed to make a key contribution to advancing the production of battery cells "made in Germany" and help to strengthen Germany as a centre of technology.

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Audi Q8 features Atala automotive lighting by OLEDWorks


Companies / Markets

OLEDWorks has announced that its industry leading Atala organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology is included in the exterior lighting of the upgraded Audi Q8 luxury SUV. The Q family’s flagship model offers Audi customers an expanded light offering that, for the first time, includes digital OLEDs on the right and left side of the vehicle’s rear lights.

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E Ink and AUO enter into strategic partnership to develop large-size color e-paper displays


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E Ink, the renowned specialist in e-paper technology, has announced a strategic partnership and memorandum of understanding with AUO, a supplier of display and smart application solutions, to develop large-size color e-paper displays.

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TNO develops first method for fully circular electronics


Products

TNO at Holst Centre, Eindhoven (Netherlands), has developed a new disassembly method that allows electronics to be detached from the carrier at the end of the product's life, enabling recycling and repair. This innovation contributes to future efficiency and cost savings in business, while reducing CO2 emissions and electronic waste.

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