9 Aug 2022
Wearable to Detect Allergens, Fire Accelerants, Chemical Markers
A researcher is creating a portable, wearable device for rapid gas analysis that could detect illness immediately. Advancements in micro-gas chromatography in the past 20 years have demonstrated great potential for the development of powerful portable gas analysis devices. But it remains a challenge to achieve efficient separation and rapid detection for effective gas analysis in a highly integrated and cost-effective platform, as well as in a mobile device.
13 Jul 2021
EnOcean GmbH wireless systems use electrodynamic and photovoltaic harvesting for power without batteries, occasionally adding thermoelectric when needed.
External press release
24 Feb 2021
ACEO Launches Hard/Soft Multi-Material 3D Printing
WACKER's ACEO team launches another new-to-the-world material combination that allows silicone elastomers and epoxy thermoset materials to be printed in one single print. The resulting combination of hard and soft materials enables designers and engineers to develop new, highly functional applications.
13 Jul 2020
Quantum dots in lighting: an overview
This article focuses on the need for and the progress of QDs in lighting, specially LED lighting.
8 Apr 2020
Quantum Dots: Progress, Challenges And Future In LED Lighting
In this article, we discuss the challenges and prospects faced by QDs in the general lighting market. This article draws from the report "Quantum Dot Materials and Technologies 2020-2030: Trends, Markets, Players".
Full profile interview
28 Feb 2020
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh visited OLEDWorks in Aachen, North Germany, to meet with Dr Wolfgang Goergen, Managing Director of the OLEDWorks GmbH.
OLEDWorks is the last man standing in the field of OLED lighting production.
27 Jan 2020
SWIR Vision Systems
SWIR Vision Systems is based in North Carolina and has come out of RTI International research group, which is a NC-based entity with around $1Bn of research funds.
24 Jan 2020
Pacific Light Technology (Osram)
Pacific Light Technology (PLT) was established in 2011 in Oregon.