BioSensor Workshop and Tour SummaryApr 16, 2013
FlexTech’s 2nd annual workshop on health, safety and biosensor applications drew an audience of 65+ end users, product designers and component suppliers to discuss the latest issues in wearable electronics.
Imprint Energy Receives Award from FlexTech AllianceDec 10, 2012
Imprint Energy, Inc. of Alameda, Calif., will undertake a FlexTech Alliance – funded R&D project to expand the performance characteristics of printed, flexible Zn rechargeable batteries to a level applicable to flexible display, wireless and energy harvesting devices with high functionality.
Cal Poly to Analyze Screen Printing of Electronics Under an Award from FlexTech AllianceDec 4, 2012
FlexTech Alliance today announced an award to the Graphic Communication Dept. at the California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) to explore the capabilities of screen printing electronics. The FlexTech Alliance funded study will investigate low viscosity inks to produce thin ink films and fine features. The knowledge gained will help printing industries understand and adopt printed electronics technologies.
Solar Cells on Flexible Glass Demonstrated by FlexTech Alliance Funded ProjectOct 25, 2012
Collaborative project among Corning, Binghamton University’s Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing (CAMM) and Western Michigan University’s Center for the Advancement of Printed Electronics (CAPE) shows feasibility of producing “smart” surfaces of the future on new ultra-thin flexible glass product
FlexTech Alliance Opens 2013 Flexible Electronics & Displays Conference Call for PapersAug 9, 2012
12th Annual Event Broadens Scope of Topics, Emphasizes Product Applications
The conference is a culmination of shared information, highlighting technical breakthroughs and demonstrating working products in flexible, printed electronics and displays. In addition to product demos and new applications, priority for paper selection will be given to original research and new toolset, process and materials introductions.
FlexTech Alliance Funded Project with Polyera Produces Printable, High-Performance Electronic Devices Jul 12, 2012
FlexTech Alliance announced the successful completion of a project with Polyera Corporation to develop printable n-type organic semiconductors. The project was chosen to receive FlexTech Alliance funding of $.3M with the goal of developing materials that can be printed on flexible, lightweight substrates, enabling the manufacture of electronics with novel form factors such as roll-up displays and flexible solar panels.