Research Articles

United States
29 May 015

P&G, L'Oreal push 3D bioprinting from research to commercial products

Consumer goods giant, Procter & Gamble, has today announced they are pursuing 3D bioprinting.
Germany
29 May 015

Stretchable capacitive harvesting at 1 kW?

Fraunhofer IZM in Germany is part of the MATFLEXEND project of the European Commission. Matflexend investigates new materials which enable capacitive-mechanical energy harvesting based on high-k dielectric composites and electrically conducting elastomers as variable capacitor electrodes
Worldwide
28 May 015

Webinar 9 June: Fuel Cell Vehicles 2015-2030

IDTechEx are hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 9 June 2015.
Worldwide
22 May 015

Industrial and commercial electric vehicles: see the future

The IDTechEx report Industrial and Commercial Hybrid and Pure Electric Vehicles 2015-2025 now finds that Industrial and Commercial Electric Vehicles operating on land will constitute a huge 42% of the value market for electric vehicles, land, water and airborne in 2025.
Worldwide
21 May 015

IDTechEx: China's RFID market value will reach $4.3 billion by 2025

Not only will the use of RFID in China become a $4.3 billion market in 2025, but that figure will almost double if we include the value of tags and readers made in the country and exported elsewhere.
Worldwide
15 May 015

Last men standing in OLED lighting

The OLED lighting market has consolidated in the past year.
Worldwide
15 May 015

Highlights of IDTechEx Show! Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing

IDTechEx's Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing, conference was successfully held during the 28th and 29th of April 2015 in Berlin.
Worldwide
15 May 015

Huge success of 3D Printing Europe

The IDTechEx team are all back in the office after an exhausting, but thoroughly enjoyable week, at IDTechEx Show! incorporating 3D Printing Europe. The 11th annual IDTechEx event in Europe was the biggest and best yet!
Worldwide
13 May 015

What is good quality graphene?

At IDTechEx we have been closely following and analysing the nano-carbon areas including graphene and carbon nanotubes.
Worldwide
12 May 015

Limitations of current thermal interface materials

Overheating is the most critical issue in the computer industry.
Denmark, Worldwide
12 May 015

Future electric motorcycles

"Future Electric is unlikely to be the final name of our company," said CEO Jasper Vind in our interview at EVS28 in Korea last week.