The SoftBattery from Enfucell

Quad Industries is new licensee for SoftBattery

Companies / Markets

Enfucell, a leading customised battery supplier to the printed electronics industry headquartered in Vantaa, Finland, has announced a new license partnership with Belgian-based Quad Industries, producer of printed electronics-based touch and switch solutions. The agreement names Quad Industries as licensee for Enfucell’s SoftBattery, a thin, flexible, and eco-friendly power source.


Inauguration ceremony of the new Merck OLED Application Center

Merck inaugurates OLED Application Center in Korea

Exhibitions / Events

Merck, a leading healthcare, life science and performance materials company based in Darmstadt, Germany, has inaugurated an OLED Application Center (OAC) in Pyeongtaek, Korea. The official opening ceremony took place on 28 May 2015 and was attended by several distinguished guests from politics and the industry.


Sensors based on surface acoustic waves for influenza A detection

A*STAR develops biosensor for influenza detection


Sensors based on special sound waves known as surface acoustic waves (SAWs) are capable of detecting tiny amounts of antigens of influenza A viruses. These sensors have been developed by A*STAR, Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research, and have the potential to detect viral infections rapidly and reliably at the point-of-care, making them powerful tools for combating future pandemics.


Harrison Nguyen, representative of PV Nano Cell in the USA

PV Nano Cell appoints new US representative


PV Nano Cell, a single-crystal nanometric conductive digital inks producer headquartered in Migdal Ha’Emek, Israel, wants to expand its presence on the American market. Therefore, it has announced the appointment of Harrison Nguyen as the company’s representative in the USA.


QMC Green Tetrapod Quantum Dots from Quantum Materials

Quantum Materials announces new class of high-reliability quantum dots


The Quantum Materials Corp, a leading quantum dot manufacturer based in San Marcos (TX), USA, plans to introduce a new class of high-reliability Cadmium-free quantum dots.