A combination of inkjet and screen printing can be used to print 3D objects with electronic properties using multiple materials.
Appliction of an AC current results in a self-sustaining oscillating polymer surface.
A 0.2 mm thick sensor that can read fingerprints with incredible detail by detecting visible light reflected from the surface of the skin.
Researchers from Chemnitz University of Technology have printed flexible and lightweight polymer speakers.
Reseachers from the Italian Institute of Tecnhnology present their superhydrophobic coating from beeswax.
Prof. Jungchul Lee reports a four degrees-of-freedom direct writing technique for liquid metal patterns.
Towards full-control of microstructures in additive manufacturing.
Reseachers from ICMAB present their aqueous electrolyte-gated organic transistors.
Professor Maria Antonietta Loi can be described best as an experimental solid-state physicist with a great love for photophysics and optoelectronics. In short, she just loves light! Born in Sardinia, Maria studied physics and finished her Ph.D. in Cagliari in 2001....
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