• June top stories, brought by INNPAPER

    Colour-changing paper strips to detect rising carbon dioxide in buildings, beautiful insects made from upcycled e-waste and a flexible, stretchable lithium-ion battery. Catch up on the monthly news from the field of printed electronics in our June digest below. A paper sensor for carbon dioxide Researchers from the University of Alberta, Canada, have created a sensor to detect changing carbon [...]

May top stories, brought by INNPAPER

Printed circuits that you can wet and stretch are exciting developments for smart garments! And in the realm of paper-based circuits, we hear of a new patterning technique for nanocellulose. Read our monthly selection of [...]

April top stories, brought by INNPAPER

As April ends, many countries are still quarantined due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Innovators in the paper industry have risen to the challenge, adapting rapid diagnostic tests to pinpoint the new viral disease. Projects continue, [...]

March top stories, brought by INNPAPER

It has not been an easy month among the confinement due to COVID-19. However, we hope that all of you are safe and enjoy the following selection of Printed Electronics news. Quantum dots: the LED [...]

February top stories, brought by INNPAPER

Our monthly selection of printed electronics news is out! Read them below. Just a quick side-note: we are currently preparing the launch of a Call for Ideas, to look for ideas that take advantage of [...]