Some of ITW’s decorative and security solutions able to be further enhanced through the incorporation of intelligent and interactive printed electronics

ITW takes licence to integrate PragmatIC’s imprinted logic technology


Companies / Markets

PragmatIC Printing Ltd, a pioneer in imprinted logic circuits headquartered in Cambridge, United Kingdom,, and ITW Foils and Thermal Films Group today announced a licensing agreement enabling ITW to develop and sell novel printed electronics solutions incorporating PragmatIC’s technology.

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Dr. Davor Sutija, CEO Thin Film Electronics ASA and LOPE-C business conference chair, awards the LOPE-C Investor Forum Award 2012: “Best Business Case” to Kieran Reynolds, Eight19 Ltd.

OE-A announces winners of LOPE-C Investor Forum Awards and Demonstrator Competition


Exhibitions / Events

During a gala dinner at LOPE-C in Munich the winners of the OE-A awards were announced. Eight10 and Imprint Energy were recognised for the best business and technology concept.

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TV presenter Ranga Yogeshwar presents the Trophy to Dr Ernst-Rudolf Weidlich, head of R & D at GRT

GRT wins “Top 100” award


Exhibitions / Events

The German producer of rotogravure cylinders GRT GmbH & Co. KG was named one of Germany’s “Top 100” small and medium sized companies. The project is coordinated by the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and searches for the most innovative small and medium sized companies in Germany.

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Konarka is a leading developer of thin-film solar panels

Konarka Technologies files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Protection


Companies / Markets

Konarka Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of thin-film solar panels based in the USA, has filed for bankruptcy protection under chapter 7 of the Federal bankruptcy laws. Under chapter 7 proceedings, the company’s operations cease and a trustee is tasked with liquidating the company’s assets for the benefit of creditors.

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OLED production using wet coating


Companies / Markets

The Japanese companies Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation and Pioneer Corporation recently announced the successful development of organic light emitting diode (OLED) elements using a wet coating process. Both companies have agreed to set up a testing facility with the aim to reach mass production.

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