OLED materials innovator CYNORA secures US$25M in first closing
Marking the initial closing of its Series C funding round, CYNORA has secured US$25M in financing from investors in Asia, Europe and the US. Germany-based CYNORA is an emerging materials leader with a novel technology to produce ultra-high-efficiency emitter systems required for next-generation Organic Light Emitting Diode displays.
More Money Raised for Printed and Organic Electronics: The Rationale
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LG and Samsung invest €25 million in CYNORA
CYNORA, a leading provider of highly efficient organic emitter materials for OLEDs, announced that the two Korean tech giants have decided to support CYNORA on its way to becoming a major player for OLED emitting materials.
The future's bright, the future's OLED
Organic light-emitting diodes will soon show our world in a new light: the days of small light sources are numbered; in future, entire walls, ceilings, façades and car exteriors will light up our lives.
Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference (innoLAE 2017)
A key event for the large-area electronics community, bringing industry and academia together and providing valuable opportunities to share the latest research results and discuss new projects and collaborations.
CYNORA Creating Iridium-Free OLED Materials
Video interview with CYNORA at Printed Electronics Europe.
After a complete reorganization in 2008, CYNORA started the development of organic functional materials for OLEDs and OPV. CYNORA wants to increase the efficiency of fluorescence to a level comparable to phosphorescence. The company says that Singlet Harvesting does not require iridium. Instead, the chemistry is based on copper compounds.
Free Webinar - OLED Lighting
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Printed electronics in East Asia: change of direction
Variously called Printed, Flexible or Organic Electronics, it is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world. It is of vital interest to industries as diverse as consumer goods, healthcare, mobility, electronics, media and architecture.