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Voltera (Kitchener, Canada), a leading manufacturer of additive and printed electronics technology, has launched NOVA, a groundbreaking manufacturing platform for printing flexible hybrid electronics. NOVA uses direct-write technology to print circuits on soft, stretchable, and conformable surfaces.

 


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TNO and imec have signed a letter of intent committing to work together on integrated photonics. Both research centres have each been working on photonics innovations for some time, but will now join forces to accelerate the development of the photonics industry in the Netherlands, Belgium and Europe. The collaboration will start in 2023 within Holst Centre, the research and innovation centre on the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, in which imec and TNO have been collaborating since 2005. Holst Centre plays an active role in PhotonDelta's National Growth Fund proposal, and will further strengthen its position as a knowledge centre with this agreement.

 


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C3Nano (Hayward, California), a leader in nanowire-based technologies and conductive inks, announced a new breakthrough formulation that can be cured rapidly at ambient conditions to produce highly conductive coatings on a variety of temperature sensitive substrates. Excellent optical clarity can also be achieved. The new room temperature curing ink unlocks unprecedented new application possibilities for life-sciences, automotive, packaging, consumer electronics and disposable commodities that have previously been impossible or too costly to bring to commercial market.

 


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Finnish IMSE pioneer TactoTek and ams OSRAM, a global leader in optical solutions, are co-operating to help revolutionise the car interior market by delivering thin, seamlessly integrated, three-dimensional illuminated structures. The companies have developed a demonstrator with the new RGB side-looker LED OSIRE E5515 from ams OSRAM, which thanks to TactoTek's in-mould structural electronics (IMSE) technology can be integrated into automotive interior in a space-saving design.

 


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LG Display (Seoul, Korea), a global leader in display technologies, has teamed up with world-renowned Royal College of Art (RCA), London, to host the ‘Luminous’ art exhibition based on OLED technology at the Old Street Gallery in London from 28 September 4 October.