6 May 2021
Robotic Flexing: Biologically Inspired Artificial Muscles
At the crossroads between robotics and nanotechnology, a goal that is highly sought after is finding ways to leverage the action of tiny molecular motors to perform more sizeable tasks in a controllable manner.
21 Dec 2017
Joint research program partnership
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems Co Ltd has become the first partner in a new scheme by Gifu University to initiate joint research in partnership with the industrial sector. The university concluded an agreement with MHI which will focus on joint-research into smart grid power control engineering.
17 Oct 2008
Highlights from IDTechEx on Printed Electronics Asia 2008, Tokyo
Companies such as Toppan Forms, Panasonic, Dai Nippon Printing, Sony, Samsung, Toyota, Mitsubishi Plastics, Brother Industries, Teijin, Konica Minolta, Mitsui, Toshiba and Honda attended Printed Electronics Asia 2008
10 Oct 2008
Highlights from Printed Electronics Asia 2008 - part one
238 people attended the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia 2008 conference and exhibition on October 8-9 this week. Companies attended included Toppan Forms, Panasonic, Dai Nippon Printing, Sony, Samsung, Toyota, Mitsubishi Plastics, Brother Industries, Teijin, Konica Minolta, Mitsui, Toshiba and Honda to name a few.
30 Sep 2008
Large niche markets for printed electronics
Printed Electronics Asia 2008 is open to 100 attendees from European and American companies only, with an unlimited number of Asian companies attending, which ensures you gain maximum networking benefits from your attendance at this select event.
12 Sep 2008
Printed Photovoltaics in Japan
The approach to the new photovoltaics is different in Japan. Unlike Western car companies, Honda is making photovoltaics partly because it could help to create the car of the future. The Western car companies take a shorter term view and even struggle to catch up with Japanese hybrid vehicle technology and the batteries required.
1 Aug 2008
Huge growth of Printed Electronics Asia conference
Printed Electronics Asia will display some of the latest manufacturing technologies from across the world.