22 Jun 2022
Data Show Benefits of CIRSPR-Edited Gene Therapy in Longer Term
Researchers have presented new data on an investigational therapy for transfusion-dependent beta thalassemia and severe sickle cell disease. The one-time treatment, developed by Vertex Pharmaceuticals and CRISPR Therapeutics, showed continued benefits at up to three years after administration, with a safety profile as expected for autologous transplant and potentially much safer than allogeneic transplant (from a donor).
12 Jan 2021
SAES Getters (Flexible Electronics)
SAES Getters is an Italian company that supplies advanced materials, with a focus on getters (gas/moisture absorption materials). This profile focuses on their portfolio of materials for printed/flexible electronics.
3 Aug 2020
SAES is an investor and partner, a relationship that lends FlexTerra credibility, introductions to potential customers and the resources to scale their technology.
27 Jun 2019
Vagus nerve stimulation reduces rheumatoid arthritis symptoms
The results of a pilot study suggest that electro stimulation of one of the nerves connecting the brain to the body (the vagus nerve), could provide a novel treatment approach for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
9 Mar 2017
Energy Storage Innovations Europe 2017
The field of battery energy storage is set to grow significantly over the coming years. The question that incumbents, raw materials suppliers, end users, and innovators are all asking themselves is whether Li-ion batteries will keep the lion's share of the market, or whether disruptive innovation will drive technology diversification according to applications.
9 Mar 2015
SAES Getters interview at IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA
The SAES Getters Group is the world leader in a wide range of scientific and industrial applications that require high vacuum conditions or ultra-pure gases for nearly 70 years.
17 Feb 2010
Highlights from the 2010 Flexible Electronics and Displays Conference
Chris Giacoponello introduced NTERA's concept of "printegration", the possibility to integrate a display, a sensor and a battery by using successive printing steps. NTERA's technology is based on viologen inks that change colour upon accepting electrical charge. Without a need for a transparent conductor, they can be directly deposited on any opaque substrate (e.g. paper, PCB) with better reflectivity and lower cost (avoiding costly ITO).Company demonstrators include RF-powered displays (co-operation with poly-IC), solar powered ones (co-operation with Plextronics) and a device comprising a printed display & battery stack, demonstrated in June 2009.