• July top stories, brought by INNPAPER

    Graphene strips to detect spoiled food, sprayable touchscreens made into fancy shapes and motion capture technology to print directly on expanding organs. Catch up on the monthly news from the field of printed electronics in our July digest below. A printed graphene strip to detect spoiled food When meat and fish go bad, they release histamine, an allergen. University of [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]