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31 May 2021

World's Smallest Fruit Picker Controlled by AI

Physicists have studied whether valuable chemical substances can be harvested directly from the cells of plants. Using a harvester measuring only a few microns, they have now achieved a technological breakthrough.
27 May 2021

Lithoz GmbH

Lithoz GmbH is an Austrian-based company manufacturing and selling ceramics 3D printers and materials using their Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing (LCM) technology. IDTechEx spoke with Isabel Potestio, Business Development & Sales Manager at Lithoz GmbH.
26 Aug 2020

Biostimulants and Biopesticides 2021-2031: Technologies, Markets and Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Dr Michael Dent
4 Jul 2020


BioPhero is a Danish company developing new methods of producing insect pheromones that can be used to control pests without needing environmentally damaging synthetic pesticides.
25 Feb 2019

Breakthrough in the search for graphene-based electronics

For 15 years, scientists have tried to exploit the "miracle material" graphene to produce nanoscale electronics. On paper, graphene should be great for just that: it is ultra-thin - only one atom thick in fact and therefore two-dimensional, it is excellent for conducting electrical current and should be ideal for future forms of electronics that are faster and more energy efficient.
13 Jun 2018

Fiber Lasers 2018-2028: Technologies, Opportunities, Markets & Forecasts

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15 May 2018

Optimising management of microgrids

Guillermo DomĂ­nguez, Catalonia Institute for Energy Research said that future power systems with high penetration of renewable generation and ICT will facilitate better controllability and observability of the grid. However, new challenges for low voltage distribution networks have arisen where the increasing distributed generation is mainly PV installed on the roofs of buildings.
10 Dec 2015

Storing electricity in paper

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


23 Sep 2014

X-ray imaging paves way for novel solar cell production

Scientists have developed a method that can reliably produce efficient tandem plastic solar cells of many metres in length.
30 Jul 2014

New catalyst paves the way for eco-friendly fuel

Researchers have developed a platinum-yttrium catalyst which is stable and even more active than the existing platinum catalysts. This paves the way for cheaper fuel cells.
23 Jun 2014

Organic solar cells reach manufacturing milestone

Scientists in Denmark have devised a rapid, scalable and industrially viable way to manufacture large sheets of flexible organic tandem solar cells.
12 Jun 2013

Solar Press and FOM Technologies equipment distribution agreement

Organic Photovoltaic (OPV) technology developer Solar Press has entered into a distribution agreement with specialist equipment company FOM Technologies for the sale of its unique, high performance fabrication and test equipment for functional materials research.
21 Mar 2013

Heraeus Clevios™ PEDOT:PSS Technology in printed organic solar

Fully roll-to-roll printable organic photovoltaic energy cells (OPV's) have been produced by the Technical University of Denmark, Department of Energy Conservation and Storage (DTU) using printed Clevios™ PEDOT:PSS from Heraeus Conductive Polymers Division rather than traditional vacuum processed Indium Tin Oxide.
15 May 2012

The Clean4Yield project

The Clean4Yield project will work to develop new technologies capable of inspecting moving foils for micro- and nanoscale dust particles and defects, and for cleaning / repairing layers as necessary.
1 Dec 2010

Energy Express Focus Issue: Thin-film photovoltaic materials & devices

Developing renewable energy sources has never been more important, and solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies show great potential in this field.
20 Sep 2010

The Macro Economics of OPV according to Riso DTU

Riso is the National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy at the Technical University of Denmark - DTU. It contributes to research, development and international exploitation of sustainable energy technologies and strengthens economic development in Denmark.