- Paper speakers and printed solar cells made possible with new ink
Paper speakers and printed solar cells made possible with new ink
10 July 2012 01:59
Printed electronics is not a new idea, but it is still seen as technology of the future. Companies such as Xerox have managed to make flexible electronic circuits, and Tokyo University has created flexible organic flash memory, but a German researcher may be the first to commercialize electronics printed on a sheet of paper. Professor [...]
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