Carbontech Global 2020

The International Carbon Materials Conference As a new material of the 21st century, Carbon materials is crucial for high-tech applications due to its unique set of characteristics. It is already revolutionizing countless industries such as automobile, electronics, optics,photonics, biotech and many more. Meanwhile, the development of scientific research technology is inseparable from advanced equipment. The Read more about Carbontech Global 2020[…]

Carbontech Global 2020

The International Carbon Materials Conference As a new material of the 21st century, Carbon materials is crucial for high-tech applications due to its unique set of characteristics. It is already revolutionizing countless industries such as automobile, electronics, optics,photonics, biotech and many more. Meanwhile, the development of scientific research technology is inseparable from advanced equipment. The Read more about Carbontech Global 2020[…]

Materials, manufacturing processes and devices for organic and large area electronics

Specific Challenge: Europe is a leader in the development of materials for organic and large area electronics (OLAE) but the materials still need to be improved to maintain this position. In addition, there have been attempts to combine dissimilar manufacturing technologies in order to achieve seamless integration of the new technology into traditional products at Read more about Materials, manufacturing processes and devices for organic and large area electronics[…]

The most functional flexible transistor in the world

A team of University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers has created the most functional flexible transistor in the world — and with it, a fast, simple and inexpensive fabrication process that’s easily scalable to the commercial level. It’s an advance that could open the door to an increasingly interconnected world, enabling manufacturers to add “smart,” wireless capabilities Read more about The most functional flexible transistor in the world[…]

Battery-free folding robots

 The traditional Japanese art of origami transforms a simple sheet of paper into complex, three-dimensional shapes through a very specific pattern of folds, creases, and crimps. Folding robots based on that principle have emerged as an exciting new frontier of robotic design, but generally require onboard batteries or a wired connection to a power source, making them Read more about Battery-free folding robots[…]