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Ynvisible and PragmatIC partnership

Ynvisible and PragmatIC Join Forces to Offer Complete Flexible Display Modules

Ynvisible Interactive, a fast-growing IoT firm, and PragmatIC Semiconductor, a world leader in flexible electronics, have entered into non-binding Technology Partnership and Supply Agreement,...
Sensors printed on skin in room temperature

Engineers Print Wearable Sensors Directly Onto Skin At Room Temperature

Flexible electronics have opened up some interesting possibilities. Wearable sensors, for example, are evolving rapidly. New innovations have taken wearable sensors to another dimension....
Stanford ultrathin flexible circuits for wearables

Stanford Researchers Develop Ultrathin, Flexible Circuits for Wearables

Researchers at Stanford University have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nanometers in length – several times smaller than previously possible. The technique […]
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CU Boulder Recyclable Electronic Skin

Researchers Develop Recyclable Electronic Skin with True Flexibility

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a circuit board that provides true flexibility and can be easily recycled. Described as “really wearable”, the device is inspired by, […]
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Fleep technologies 100 thousand dollars seed fund

FLEEP Technologies Closes Over $100K Seed Round to Bring Printed Electronics to Market

FLEEP Technologies, a Milan, Italy-based startup that designs and develops printed and flexible integrated circuits and systems based on OTFTs, has completed a seed round of €900K (USD 1,062,346), with […]
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Flexible electronics spinal cord injury therapy

Georgia Tech Research On Flexible Electronics Shows Promise For Spinal Injury Therapies

Patients with mobility disorders related to spinal nerve compression or those recovering from spinal cord injuries are frequently treated by the conditioning of the Hoffmann’s reflex via non-surgical electrostimulation therapy. […]
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