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IDTechEx provides independent market research, business intelligence and events on emerging technologies to companies across the value chain. Our clients use our insights to help make strategic business decisions and grow their organizations.
 
IDTechEx business and technology experts provide international perspective in a diverse range of emerging technologies including 3D printing, electric vehicles, energy harvesting, energy storage, life sciences, printed electronics, IoT and many other topics.
 
IDTechEx is headquartered in Cambridge, UK with additional offices in USA, Germany and Japan and associates in South Korea.
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5 Aug 2020

Drawn-on-Skin Electronics Offer Breakthrough in Wearable Monitors

A team of researchers has developed a new form of electronics known as "drawn-on-skin electronics," allowing multifunctional sensors and circuits to be drawn on the skin with an ink pen.
5 Aug 2020

Hybrid Inverter Integrates Distributed EnergySources

Researchers have developed an intelligent power electronic inverter platform that can connect locally sited energy resources such as solar panels, energy storage and electric vehicles and smoothly interact with the utility power grid.
5 Aug 2020

Printed Electronics Related Webinars Available to Watch On-Demand

IDTechEx currently have a number of printed electronics related webinars available to watch on-demand today. These include presentations on materials informatics, micro-LED displays and electronics reshaped. There is also another chance to view our virtual conference - Opportunities for Printed & Flexible Electronics.
5 Aug 2020

AI & Medicine — An Expert in AI-aided Drug Discovery and Medical Apps

Recently founded, the New York-based company AI & Medicine is an expert in the field of AI-Powered drug discovery, personalized healthcare and various medical applications.
5 Aug 2020

Underwater Robots Reveal Daily Habits of Endangered Whales

Not all humans are morning people. Neither, according to a new study, are all sperm whales - at least when it comes to foraging for food.
4 Aug 2020

Public Launch of a Materials Informatics Platform

Citrine Informatics has launched their materials informatics platform
4 Aug 2020

Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles, What Their Future Looks Like

Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs) are considered by the most, as two competing technologies. Although both technologies power an electric motor, they have different properties and each of them is well suited for some uses more than others.
4 Aug 2020

Wearable Detects Parasite Infestations in Chickens

Blood-feeding livestock mites can be detected with wearable sensor technology nicknamed "Fitbits for chickens."
4 Aug 2020

AI for dementia detection

Artificial intelligence for dementia detection: Technology breakdown, performance analysis and commercial landscape
4 Aug 2020

Join the IDTechEx Webinar "Metal AM: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain"

Thursday 20 August 2020 - This webinar includes: Overview of latest market forecast and key trends; Technology benchmarking and new entrant analysis; Latest in material considerations and supply chain progressions; and Deep-dive into relevant sectors and the impact of COVID-19.
4 Aug 2020

Researchers Improve Carbon Nanotube Transparent Conductors

Researchers have discovered that electrochemical doping with ionic liquid can significantly enhance the optical and electrical properties of transparent conductors made of single-walled carbon nanotube films.
4 Aug 2020

Students to Market Vegan 3D Printed Fish

Students have developed a technique for 3D printing fish such as salmon and tuna. In a few years fish-like products based on proteins from mushrooms and peas can be on the menu at sushi restaurants.
3 Aug 2020

TG0

TG0 has developed a novel method of touch/pressure sensing, which relies on incorporating conductive material within injection molded plastic components. Touch location, gestures and pressure are then interpreted via signal processing and machine learning. Unlike other touch sensing methodologies multiple discrete electronic sensors are not needed.
3 Aug 2020

Printed Electronics Ltd

Printed Electronics Ltd (PEL) is a UK company focused on integration, development and commercialization of processes and systems for fabrication of electronic circuits, structures and devices using digital, additive, screen printing and inkjet methods. They offer very rapid product development and small/medium volume manufacturing.
3 Aug 2020

Flexterra

Flexterra develops and manufactures materials and formulations for organic and organic-metal oxide thin film transistors (TFTs) that can be used directly in existing fabrication lines (FABs) as well as for new printing manufacture. The first target market is active matrix backplanes, especially for electrophoretic displays, and simple circuits. This profile is based on an interview with Yu Xia, the VP of technology and customer support.
3 Aug 2020

Soft Robot Actuators Heal Themselves

Repeated activity wears on soft robotic actuators, but these machines' moving parts need to be reliable and easily fixed. Now a team of researchers has a biosynthetic polymer, patterned after squid ring teeth, that is self-healing and biodegradable, creating a material not only good for actuators, but also for hazmat suits and other applications where tiny holes could cause a danger.
3 Aug 2020

Physicians Urge Hospitals to Become Artificial Intelligence Ready

A group of doctors and data scientists is calling on hospitals to create clinical departments devoted to artificial intelligence to harness the power of the technology to transform patient care.
3 Aug 2020

The Solar Cell You Can Print

These next-generation photovoltaics show great promise: their performance competes with current technology, but they have the advantages of being flexible, lightweight, cheap to produce, and they can be printed directly onto products during manufacture.
3 Aug 2020

Laser Inversion Enables Multi-Materials 3D Printing

Additive manufacturing--or 3D printing--uses digital manufacturing processes to fabricate components that are light, strong, and require no special tooling to produce. Over the past decade, the field has experienced staggering growth, at a rate of more than 20% per year, printing pieces that range from aircraft components and car parts to medical and dental implants out of metals and engineering polymers.