Power Paper

Power Paper

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Power Paper ("Power Paper" or "the Company") is a leading developer of breakthrough active patches that deliver cosmetic and pharmaceutical formulations for skincare and dermal diseases. The Company's disposable, non-invasive patches exponentially increase the penetration of cosmetic or topical formulations into the skin, thereby significantly enhancing the efficacy of the desired results. Power Paper's products are based on its printable, ink-based energy cells, which have been in development for over a decade, and are covered by 62 patents (granted and pending). The company develops patches addressing various cosmetic applications; anti-aging, antiwrinkle, skin whitening, anti-cellulite, acne and more. Pharmaceutical applications are also under development in collaboration with numerous partners. These product are sold worldwide by a vast network of cosmetics companies and distributors, including top-tier customers such as Estee Lauder, Amore Pacific and Dior. Using its proven technology platform, Power Paper is developing a number of therapeutic patch products to deliver pharmaceutical agents deep into the skin. The first of such segments that the Company is currently under initial stage of development is that of treatment of onychomycosis(nail fungus), an affliction that affects more than 30 million people in the U.S. alone. Feasibility proof-of-concept studies have demonstrated significant benefits of Power Paper's patch on nail appearance. Power Paper will generate approximately $3 million in revenues in 2007, with expected growth to $56 million by 2010. Founded in 1998, Power Paper is a well-established company with a mature core technology and management team. The Company's investors include top-tier venture capital firms, including Apax Partners (UK), Infinity (Israel), Amadeus Capital Partners (UK).
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2015
10 Dec 2015

Storing electricity in paper

Researchers have developed power paper - a new material with an outstanding ability to store energy.
2014
8 Sep 2014

Dai Nippon Printing

Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) was founded in 1876 and is one of the largest printing companies in the world. They have started diversifying from traditional printing. This profile focuses on the low power paper-like display. The display is aimed for large sizes and is ideally segmented rather than full active matrix. It is reflective, meaning that it can be viewed most easily in bright light conditions, and has a viewing angle of 180 degrees.
5 Aug 2014

Market Analysis of Thin, Flexible and Printed Batteries

The battery market today is dominated by traditional batteries such as coin cell batteries, Triple-A batteries and lithium ion batteries with the former being largely used in mobile phones, laptops and electrical vehicles. The emergence of new trends such as wearable devices and Internet of Things (IoT) is however changing the space. New features such ultra-thinness, small physical footprints, flexibility and light weight are becoming increasingly prized. New players and/or old players with new technologies are gearing up to meet this emerging need. In this article we will first look at the activities of several large companies on energy storage solutions aimed at wearable devices. We will then consider WSN and the threat of energy harvesting therein before considering medical applications. Finally, we will give our latest ten-year market forecasts segmented by application and battery type.
22 Jul 2014

The Rise of Thin, Flexible and Printed Batteries

IDTechEx has studied the technologies and markets for thin film, flexible and/or printed batteries. IDTechEx will disseminate its key findings. Here, IDTechEx will qualitatively benchmark the different technologies that fall under its categorization including single use zinc batteries, printed zinc-based rechargeable batteries, thin film lithium ion and lithium metal batteries.
7 Feb 2014

EV Battery and Supercapacitor

Lessons from PE USA Supercapacitor Conference and Visits End 2013
2013
7 Feb 2013

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2010
20 May 2010

Laminar batteries are better

Laminar batteries are increasingly adopted in electronics because they have better cooling, damage tolerance and performance in respect of charge and discharge speed when optimally designed for this shape. Companies such as Cymbet and Infinite Power Solutions already supply small laminar lithium batteries for such applications as backup power for electronics and some even continue to operate if a nail is driven through them.
2009
25 Dec 2009

Power Paper and GE collaborate to develop self-powered OLED lighting

Power Paper and GE Global Research, the technology development arm for the General Electric Company have signed an agreement to jointly develop self-powered OLED lighting devices. Using low-cost, high volume manufacturing processes, these devices could be deployed in a wide variety of environments from military ships to night-time jogging vests.
11 Dec 2009

Infinity Group Portfolio Company Power Paper and GE collaborate

Infinity Group Portfolio Company Power Paper and GE collaborate to develop self-powered OLED lighting
18 Nov 2009

Printed electronics needs new design rules

The first cars looked like horse drawn carriages - suboptimal and using the design rules of the past. So it is with most printed electronics today. It is frequently burdened with old fashioned components like silicon chips, cylindrical capacitors, chip resistors and button batteries.
26 Aug 2009

Summary of the quarterly FlexTech Alliance meeting

IDTechEx presented at the well-attended FlexTech Alliance meeting at Binghamton, NY, last week. The session focussed on the use of printed and flexible electronics for medical applications.
12 Aug 2009

Power Paper's new business model

Power Paper's new business model solidifies company standing as the leading developer of paper thin, flexible and environmentally safe, printable micro-electronic clean technology and patches.
4 Aug 2009

Huge benefit of full integration of printed electronics

IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop examines the progress to full integration of printed electronics.
22 Jul 2009

New topics covered at Printed Electronics Asia

While some involved in OLEDs and OTFTs are moving out of the business of printed and potentially printed electronics, work on inorganic materials and compounds is increasing. The IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia event in Tokyo will give a balanced view with many presentations being World firsts.
21 Jul 2009

Beginner's guide to electronic components - Part II

Part II of a beginner's guide to electronic components and how they are made.
25 Jun 2009

Huge increase in printed electronics toolkit

This year has already seen a huge increase in the choice of electronic components that can be printed or are compatible with printing in that they are thin, flexible and can support further printed circuitry on top.
15 Apr 2009

Winners of the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe Awards

The annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe conference and exhibition in Dresden, Germany, last week hosted the annual awards to recognise outstanding achievement in the industry. The Deputy Mayor of Dresden, Dirk Hilbert, opened the Awards.
7 Apr 2009

Fully Printed Iontophoertic Platform with an Integrated Printed Battery

Power Paper, Israel
19 Mar 2009

Business applications for printed electronics

Recently, the commercialization of printed electronics has progressed from conductive patterns to batteries, displays, sensors, resistors, solar cells, lighting and transistor circuits, increasingly in combination.
18 Feb 2009

Printed electronics is profitable

What makes investors invest? What leads to profit sooner rather than later? What are the hot applications and technologies? What are the market forecasts? What comes next? Attend Printed Electronics Europe 2009 to find out,