21 May 2021
Stabiliser Residue Inhibits Conductivity in 3D Printed Electronics
Very thin layers of organic stabiliser residue in metal nanoparticle inks are behind a loss of conductivity in 3D printed materials and electronic devices, according to the findings of a new study.
11 Jan 2021
Breakthrough Manufacturing Process for Sensor for Smart Contact Lenses
Researchers report on how they have developed a breakthrough sensor system and manufacturing process. The global team of engineers reveal that the new contact lens sensor system contains a photodetector for receiving optical information, a temperature sensor for diagnosing potential corneal disease and a glucose sensor for directly monitoring the glucose levels in tear fluid.
20 Aug 2020
Battery Technology Capable of Capturing CO2 Emissions
The University of Surrey is to begin work on a new lithium-ion battery technology that is capable of capturing CO2 emissions, following an award from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
19 Feb 2020
Integrated Graphene are a company that manufacture 3D graphene for sensing and energy storage applications. IDTechEx spoke to Alastair Carrington (commercial director).
13 Sep 2019
QLM Technology offer quantum sensors for remote sensing and are developing a lidar module. IDTechEx interviewed Dr Xiao Ai in May 2019. Ai is the Co-Founder and CTO of QLM, and he is based in UK.
30 May 2019
Field trials of raspberry harvesting robot system
University of Plymouth spinout company Fieldwork Robotics has completed initial field trials of its robot raspberry harvesting system.
29 Mar 2019
Survey on standardisation requirements for printed electronics
Your opportunity to provide feedback on the standardisation requirements for printed electronics.
26 Dec 2018
Graphene printed electronics
A team of researchers have found a low cost method for producing graphene printed electronics, which significantly speeds up and reduces the cost of conductive graphene inks.
8 Dec 2016
Spray-printed crystals to move forward organic electronic applications
Has the time come to replace traditionally used silicon with printable organic semiconductor inks? Scientists believe so, especially for future electronics that need to be flexible, lightweight, wearable and low-cost.