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20 May 2022

Arieca — Liquid Metal Embedded TIMs

IDTechEx has previously spoken to Arieca about their liquid metal embedded elastomers for thermal management and other emerging technologies. In this interview, IDTechEx was informed about recent progress, expansion and funding.
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19 May 2022

Kymeta

Kymeta are a US-based metamaterial satellite antenna company with a focus on broadband satellite connectivity.
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18 May 2022

Epishine

Epishine is a Swedish company founded in 2016. The company works on organic PV for indoor wireless electronics. Epishine has recently announced a licensing agreement with the ASCA division of Armor. This profile is based on an interview with the Co-founder and Vice President of Business Development at Epishine, Mattias Josephson.
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18 May 2022

Transparent Antennas: Emerging Application for Transparent Conductors

This premium article explores the opportunities for transparent antennas, delving into the addressable industry verticals, the value chain, and technical challenges associated with such opportunities.
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18 May 2022

Highly Efficient Large-Area Perovskite For Next Generation Displays

Metal halide perovskites have very narrow spectral emission, excellent color purity, low material cost, and wide and easy color-tunability. Based on these advantages, perovskites are considered as a promising high color purity light emitter which can replace the conventional organic and inorganic quantum dot light emitters in displays and solid-state lighting technologies.
18 May 2022

Intertronics Introduces Industry First Adhesives for Wearables

To help manufacturers of wearable devices adapt to industry trends and customer requirements, Intertronics has introduced the Dymax 2000-MW series of medical wearables adhesives and encapsulants. The series is the first dedicated, light-curable adhesive product line to be specifically formulated without common skin irritants and materials of concern for medical wearable and electronics applications.
12 May 2022

Could Graphene by the Answer to the Semiconductor Shortage?

Semiconductors, which date back to the 19th century, are used everywhere in electronic devices, from automobile systems and air conditioners to laser treatment in cutting-edge medical systems. The continuing global shortage in semiconductors impacts how high-tech products are made around the world — the automotive industry alone is expected to lose $210 billion in revenue, with major players like BMW, Volkswagen and Ford already reporting the effects.
10 May 2022

New IDTechEx Report Explores the Future of Carbon Utilization

As mitigating the effects of climate change becomes one of the world's top priorities, carbon dioxide utilization (CO2U) technologies have been set forth as part of the solution.
9 May 2022

Silica Aerogels' Emerging Role in Lithium-Ion Battery Packs

Silica aerogels are gaining traction as thermal barriers in lithium-ion batteries. This premium article will provide further analysis of the trends and players in this field.
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9 May 2022

BNNano

BNNano are a company that manufacture boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) and NanoBarbs, their own adapted BNNTs. IDTechEx spoke with Steve Wilcenski (Founder and CEO).
9 May 2022

BNNT Technology Limited

BNNT Technology Limited make high quality boron nitride nanotubes, using a unique manufacturing process. IDTechEx spoke with Mark Winfield (CEO).
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9 May 2022

PHA Biopolyesters

PHAs are a class of biopolyesters produced by microbes fed with sugar and fatty feedstocks such as organic waste. Their renewability, as well as their biodegradability, make these materials suitable alternatives to fossil-based plastics, particularly for applications in single-use plastics, yet historically PHA suppliers have struggled with high prices and low production. Recent developments in the industry, as well as the rising cost of brent crude, are making these biopolyesters more competitive against fossil-based plastics.
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9 May 2022

Laird Performance Materials: Thermal and EMI Materials for Radar

Laird are a major player in thermal management and EMI shielding materials. IDTechEx's contact with Laird focused on their materials for current and future radar designs in automotive applications.
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6 May 2022

European Microwave Week Event 2022 — Part 1

This premium article is one of two delving into the European Microwave Week Event. The focus of these articles will be on mmWave technology trends and packaging technologies, as well as advancements in high power MMICs (GaN/GaAs) and front-end modules for 5G/6G telecom applications.
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6 May 2022

European Microwave Week Event 2022 — Part 2

This premium article is IDTechEx's second article delving into the European Microwave Week Event. The focus of these articles will be on mmWave technology trends and packaging technologies, as well as advancements in high power MMICs (GaN/GaAs) and front-end modules for 5G/6G telecom applications.
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6 May 2022

2D Experimental Pilot Line to Test Graphene-Based Sensors

The 2D Experimental Pilot Line has launched its first customisable wafer run. As one of five multi-project wafer runs, this first phase targets sensor applications. Companies, universities and research institutes can include their designs as dies on joint wafers, to test their ideas for devices on a larger scale at relatively low costs.
5 May 2022

The Sixth Element

The Sixth Element are the largest producer of GO and rGO. IDTechEx spoke with Bernhard Münzing (Sales Director) about their latest developments.
5 May 2022

Hubron

Hubron is a producer of black plastic masterbatches. IDTechEx spoke with Robert Laurent (Technical Director) about their graphene activity.
5 May 2022

The Rise of the Carbon Nanotube Battery

It is impossible to avoid headlines about the "graphene battery"; the concept of this Nobel Prize winning nanomaterial revolutionizing the energy storage market is naturally very enticing, but it is graphene's older sibling carbon nanotubes that have progressed beyond the hype and disillusionment phases of their commercial journey by finding a value-add high volume energy storage adoption.
4 May 2022

Carbon Dioxide Utilization 2022-2042: Technologies, Market Forecasts, and Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Hydra Rodrigues