Okayama University

Okayama University

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Okayama University is one of the national universities in Japan. Our research group focuses on the synthesis of the ambient conductive metal nanoink. The ambient conductive metal nanoink fabricates the electroconductive printed metallic film without post treatment such as annealing.
The resistivity is as low as 8 x 10^-5 ohmcm Just after printing and drying under ambient condition.
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2019
2 Aug

Thin film to stimulate retinal tissue

Using electric signals to stimulate tissues is the basis of several medical devices such as pacemakers for the heart or neurostimulators used for patients suffering from epileptic fits. A research team has developed a photoelectric dye-coupled thin film device that generates electric potential changes when exposed to light. In their latest study, the research team reveals the ability of this device in stimulating degenerated retinal tissues.
2 May

Graphene, 2D Materials and Carbon Nanotubes: Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh
8 Apr

Conductive Ink Markets 2019-2029: Forecasts, Technologies, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh and Yasuo Yamamoto
25 Feb

True 2 Materials

True 2 Materials specialise in the production process and downstream integration of graphene and other nanomaterials. IDTechEx technology analyst Dr Richard Collins interviewed Richard Carlow (CEO).
2014
15 Jul

A cool approach to flexible electronics

A nanoparticle ink that can be used for printing electronics without high-temperature annealing presents a possible profitable approach for manufacturing flexible electronics.
1 Jul

Transistors with organic thin-film of alkyl-substituted picene

Study has shown that using phenacene-type molecules in transistors would be a promising solution to lead next generation devices such as flexible displays and flexible IC tags.
23 Jun

Organic thin-film transistors through room-temperature printing

A research team succeeded in establishing a process to form organic thin-film transistors, conducting the entire printing process at room temperature under ambient atmospheric conditions.
2013
21 Nov

Ambient Conductive Metal Nanoink

Okayama University, Japan
2 Oct

Graphene moves beyond the hype at the Graphene LIVE! USA Event

The Graphene LIVE! USA event has lined up top-class speakers for its business-orientated conference and tradeshow on graphene.
10 Jul

Ambient Conductive Metal Nanoink

Okayama University / Colloidal Ink, Japan
30 May

Colloidal Ink Co., Ltd

Colloidal Ink is a recently formed spin-out from Okayama University. IDTechEx awarded Colloidal Ink the best Technical Development Materials Award at its Printed Electronics Conference (Europe) 2013. Colloidal Ink has developed a patented and promising formulation technology which enables rapid sintering of conductive nano inks at room temperature. They have so far demonstrated their conductive paints using gold nanoparticles and are also developing nano silver in their pipeline. Their samples today are conductive paints and the formulation will have to be modified to create screen- or inkjet- printable inks. Colloidal Ink is now in the sample distribution mode.
29 Apr

Highlights from Printed Electronics Europe 2013 in Berlin

18 Apr

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2013 Award Winners

The annual printed electronics award winners were announced at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics event this week in Berlin, Germany.