C3Nano breakthrough material for flexible touchscreen displays
C3Nano Inc announced another leap forward with its new ActiveGrid™ Gen7 ink, which delivers breakthrough clarity, conductivity and flexibility.
C3Nano expands patent portfolio for transparent conductive inks, films
C3Nano Inc announced that it has significantly expanded its patent portfolio, having been issued 13 international patents during 2018 to bring its total issued patents to more than 20, with 45 more pending. These patents protect C3Nano's industry-leading NanoGlue™ technology and ActiveGrid™ inks and films.
Flexible display components update at SID 2018
In this article we report on the latest developments at SID 2018 concerning various components in flexible displays including thin film encapsulation, barrier films and adhesive, transparent conductive films and substrates
Nanotech and Beyond (N&B)
N&B (Nanotech and Beyond) is a Korean company producing Ag NWs since 2010 and also recently Ag nanoparticles.
BASF has been interested in the business of silver nanowires (NWs) for some years. Here is some information based on our interview with their business development head.
More Money Raised for Printed and Organic Electronics: The Rationale
Excitement is building in the printed and organic electronics sector as demand grows and investors focus in on the opportunities.
ITO alternative developments in Asia
IDTechEx analyst Khasha Ghaffarzadeh delivers updates on developments in the world of transparent conductive films, collected from a visit to C-Touch, Taiwan and other conferences in Asia.
C3Nano closes $15 million series D equity financing
C3Nano Inc announced that it has closed $15 million in equity financing.
Who will survive the brutal consolidation in the TCF industry?
The transparent conductive film industry will nearly be a $430 million industry in 2015, according to the IDTechEx Research report Transparent Conductive Films (TCF) 2015-2025: Forecasts, Markets, Technologies. This is counting the value of the entire un-patterned film, and excluding markets based on glass (most thin film PV and LCD displays).