Ynvisible wants to strengthen its position by acquiring Consensum (photo: Ynvisible)

Ynvisible Interactive signs binding letter of intent to acquire Consensum Production AB


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Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (Vancouver, Canada) has entered into a binding letter of intent with Consensum Production AB from Sweden, dated 8 July 2019, which sets out the basic terms and conditions pursuant to which Ynvisible will acquire 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of Consensum.

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CLEARink and FLEx want to bring the next generation of ePaper technology to the mass markets (photo: CLEARink)

CLEARink and FLEx to create next generation ePaper display solutions


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CLEARink Displays (Fremont, California) and FLEx Lighting (Chicago, Illinois) have announced a collaboration to create the next generation ePaper display solution based on CLEARink’s ePaper 2.0 and FLEx’s ultra-thin front light. The companies had together built a prototype 9.7” colour ePaper display with front light and their tradeshow booth won the prestigious People’s Choice Award at the recently concluded Society for Information Display’s (SID) world renowned Display Week exhibition in San Jose, California.

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Oxford PV perovskite-on-silicon solar cells in pilot production (photo: Oxford PV)

Oxford PV secures £65M in series D funding round


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Oxford PV, a UK-based leader in the field of perovskite solar cells, has closed its series D funding round. An additional £34M, following the £31M first close, brings the funding round total to £65M.

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ARMOR and Masar are investing in a joint venture for the MENA region (photo: ARMOR)

Armor and Masar Printing and Publishing join forces to develop flexible OPV in the MENA region


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On 30 June 2019, ARMOR (Nantes, France) and Masar Printing and Publishing (Dubai, UAE) signed a memorandum of understanding on the creation of a future joint-venture (JV) in Dubai.

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Luc Van den hove, CEO at imec (photo: imec)

EU project TEMPO targets low-power chips for AI applications based on emerging memory technologies


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Imec (Leuven, Belgium), a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, presents TEMPO: a unique cross-border collaboration between 19 research and industrial partners, funded by ECSEL Joint Undertaking which supports public-private partnerships in the EU. The three-year programme aims at developing process technology and hardware platforms leveraging emerging memory technologies for neuromorphic computing for future applications in mobile devices that need complex machine-learning algorithms. It is a one-of-a-kind collaboration effort to enable applications that now need cloud-based server racks, to be executed within battery-powered mobile devices such as cars and smartphones (at the edge of the internet-of-things).

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