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Printed ion pump manuscript published!

A new publication has surfaced using printed electronics to manufacture bioelectronic devices called organic electronic ion pumps in large areas. While these ion pumps have been reported previously, this is the first time all printed devices have been reported. The possibility of fast, large area manufacturing for bioelectronic devices will lead to cheaper devices in…
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June 4, 2019 0

Ellipsometry report published with Cover Art!

Recently researchers from Linköping University and RISE Acreo in Sweden, along with their collaborators in the USA have published an interesting research article on conductive plastics and their optoelectronic properties. The researchers examined the materials with both theoretical and experimental methods, which may now be used as alternative methods to traditional electronic analysis. Conceptualized helped…
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June 4, 2019 0

Supercapacitors on demand – Published manuscript in printed and flexible electronics

A new publication investigating energy storage devices made on demand has been accepted into the journal of printed and flexible electronics by researchers at RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden) and Linkoping University. Within the report, the authors use organic active materials instead of the traditional inorganic metallic components (only one layer of aluminium is included…
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June 4, 2019 0

Communication manuscript published on Iontronics in Advanced Materials Technologies!

Researchers from the Laboratory of Organic Electronics teamed up with researchers from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) to publish a communication article on iontronic capacitors, the latest device in the growing field of iontronics. The field of iontronics is rapidly growing since it has proven to be a valuable asset when…
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June 4, 2019 0

Bioelectronic review published in Advanced Materials with Cover Art!

The senior members of the Laboratory of Organic Electronics have paid tribute to Professor Olle Inganäs with a progress report published in Advanced Materials on his and other’s research in the field of iontronics using conductive polymers. The main focus of the article was based on one particular conductive polymer, poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene, as the champion polymer…
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June 4, 2019 0

Electronic probe report published in Organic Electronics

A new protocol for measuring the conductivity in conductive 3D materials has been published in the journal of Organic Electronics by researchers at RISE and the Laboratory of Organic Electronics. The system uses two sets of four-point probes to measure both across the conductive material and through, measuring the conductivity in plane and out of…
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June 4, 2019 0

Self-Sterilizing Microneedle Publication with Cover Art!

Researchers at the Future Industries Institute at the University of South Australia have published a report centred on microneedle patches loaded with silver nanoparticles for their self-sterilizing purposes. The idea is that in addition to delivering the desired drug molecule, the microneedles will suppress any bacterial growth where the microneedles pierce the skin. Here’s what…
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June 4, 2019 0

A nanomesh that syncs with the heart

Proud moment for us here at Conceptualized.tech! One of our images has been part of a publication in the Nature publishing group! Researcher, Dr Donata Iandolo from the University of Cambridge recently published a news and views article on bioelectronics for regeneration of heart muscle cells. We made a simple image for Dr Iandolo for…
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June 4, 2019 0

Plasmonics Manuscript Published with Cover Art!

A new manuscript from the Organic Photonics and Nanooptics group at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linkoping University has recently been published in the American Chemical Society Photonics journal. The report focuses on how light interacts with thin films of light-absorbing molecules and plasmonic nanohole metasurfaces. Thin silver nanohole films were employed to show…
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October 29, 2018 0

Thermoelectric Technology – Published Review Article

Recently, the laboratory of organic electronics at Linkoping University, Sweden in collaboration with the University of Tsukuba and the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan have published a review article compiling recent research on thermoelectric technology in regard to energy generation. Thermoelectric technologies work on a temperature gradient to convert thermal energy into…
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October 19, 2018 0