Printable electronics takes stride closer to practicality

Printable electronics takes stride closer to practicality

The projected market for printed electronics is vast, but first cost and availability must change. This is what a new operation in the north of England plans to do.

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ARM’s next bet for plastic chips: Neural networks

ARM’s next bet for plastic chips: Neural networks

As PragmatIC announced it has just commissioned the first FlexLogIC “fab-in-a-box” in its facility at Sedgefield, UK, promising the high throughput manufacturing of ultra-low cost, thin and flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs), eeNews Europe caught up w

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Learning from retailers’ mistakes: How tech innovation can prevent the death of the high street

Learning from retailers’ mistakes: How tech innovation can prevent the death of the high street

Over the past few months, the news has been overwhelmingly full of stories of well-known retail companies struggling or going into administration.

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Being Pragmatic about tracking

Being Pragmatic about tracking

As supply chain visibility becomes ever more important, a new technology is emerging with potential uses in inbound logistics, inventory management and the aftermarket.

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A smart approach to smart packaging

A smart approach to smart packaging

Flexible, low-cost integrated circuits could transform the market for “smart” devices and packaging, but as Catherine Ramsdale explains, building them requires more than just doing cool science.

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