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Posted on May 1st, 2017 by Dr. Sina Ebnesajjad in Chemical R&D
Almost everyone who has ever used a smart phone or laptop computer has experienced those microelectronic devices becoming too hot. Even solid-state devices heat up. The common belief is that the defects in semiconductor chips cause heat generation. Continue reading “Smartphones and laptops becoming too hot to handle” »
Posted on January 13th, 2017 by Chris Walker in New Materials & Applications
In this post, we looked at developments in the process of printing electronic devices. A team at MIT have developed a “nanotube stamp” which looks to be capable of accurately and uniformly delivering electronic ink onto a surface. Continue reading “Printable Electronic Inks” »
Posted on January 4th, 2017 by Chris Walker in New Materials & Applications
There have been some incredible enabling technologies throughout history, which have opened up possibilities we so often now take for granted. While there is plenty of exciting technology under development out there, modern printing techniques look set to be an important enabler of a world which can only exist in science fiction at the moment. Continue reading “Printing Electronic Surfaces” »