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Electrochromic manuscript published with Front Cover Art!

Another manuscript by researchers at RISE and Linkoping University has been published in the international journal Polymers. The reports builds upon their previous electrochromic (electrochromism: change of colour with the onset of electricity) publications where they employed UV-light to pattern conductive plastics into binary logo. The current research imbeds greyscale images (photographs) into the materials…
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June 17, 2019 0

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

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

Improvement in alternative for transparent conductors – Published Manuscript

Recently researchers at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linkoping University published a manuscript in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A. The report shows improvement of an organic material for use as a transparent conductor for possible applications of displays and organic solar cells. The main improvement of the organic material is its increase in…
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September 10, 2018 0