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Stretchable insulating resin film with electronic circuit (Panasonic Corporation)

The Panasonic Corporation, a leading consumer electronics provider based in Osaka, Japan, has presented a soft, flexible, and stretchable polymer resin film using its proprietary stretchable resin technology. The company will also provide a transparent electrode material and conductive paste along with this insulating film.

 
The NUS engineering team holding up their wearable liquid-based micro-fluidic tactile sensors

A team from NUS Singapore led by Professor Lim Chwee Teck, department of biomedical engineering, has developed a wearable liquid-based microfluidic tactile sensor. A world’s first, it is extremely suitable for helping robots feel – for example by adding touch to robotic fingers.

 
The new DuPont PE827 and PE828 low-temperature inks cure at as low as 60°C, opening up the possibility for printed electronics designers to use less expensive plastic films

American-based DuPont Microcircuit Materials is launching electronic inks that cure quickly at low temperatures, expanding the possibility of printing electronics onto an entirely new group of plastic films.

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