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2013-04-25 19:52:17

Wake Forest University's Organic Electronics group has developed an organic semiconductor 'spray paint' that can be applied to large surface areas without losing electric conductivity Researchers at Wake Forest University's Organic Electronics group have come up with a novel solution to one of the biggest technological barriers facing the organic semiconductor industry today. Oana Jurchescu, an assistant professor of physics, and a team of researchers developed a high performance organic...

LG OLED Patent Theft Results In Police Search Of Samsung Offices
2013-04-10 13:29:11

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online LG and Samsung compete against one another on multiple battlefields, including smartphones and televisions. Last summer, the two companies got in a legal dispute over some trade secrets about OLED technology and senior engineers who moved from one company to the other. Six LG employees were charged in July with stealing some of this technology from Samsung. In an extension of this investigation into alleged technology theft,...

2013-03-18 16:16:45

Cheap-to-make hydrocarbon derivative-based material could be a boost to future electronics devices University of Oregon chemists have synthesized organic molecular structures that move both positive and negative electrical charges -- a highly desired but often difficult combination to achieve in current efforts to create highly flexible electronic devices and other new-age technologies. The research utilized a family of readily available and inexpensive hydrocarbons known as...

2013-03-18 11:19:54

Researchers from North Carolina State University have come up with a low-cost way to enhance a polymer called MEH-PPV´s ability to confine light, advancing efforts to use the material to convert electricity into laser light for use in photonic devices. “Think of a garden hose. If it has holes in it, water springs out through a million tiny leaks. But if you can eliminate those leaks, you confine the water in the hose and improve the water pressure. We´ve plugged the holes...

2013-02-03 23:00:13

According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research "OLED Displays Market - Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share, Growth and Forecast, 2012 - 2018," the global OLED displays market is expected to reach USD 25.9 billion by 2018 from USD 4.9 billion in 2012 growing at a CAGR of 31.7% from 2012 to 2018. Browse the full report at http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/oled-displays.html Albany, New York (PRWEB) February 03, 2013 Energy efficiency and...

Berkeley Lab's Advanced Light Source Uncovers New Path To More Efficient Organic Solar Cells
2013-01-07 12:42:39

DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Why are efficient and affordable solar cells so highly coveted? Volume. The amount of solar energy lighting up Earth's land mass every year is nearly 3,000 times the total amount of annual human energy use. But to compete with energy from fossil fuels, photovoltaic devices must convert sunlight to electricity with a certain measure of efficiency. For polymer-based organic photovoltaic cells, which are far less expensive to manufacture than...


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Synthetic Metals
2012-05-17 14:54:38

Synthetic Metals is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Elsevier. It covers all aspects of electronic polymers and electronic molecular materials. It is an international medium for the rapid publication of original research papers, short communications and subject reviews dealing with research on and applications of electronic polymers and electronic molecular materials including novel carbon architectures. Original manuscripts on chemical, electrochemical, electrical, photonic...

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