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Technology and Trends

ITN Energy Systems Leverages SEMI FlexTech R&D Funding to Develop Defense and Commercial Products

Since 2015, FlexTech has funded three projects with ITN Energy Systems, based in Littleton, Colorado. The projects all draw on a unique concept of using thin, flexible ceramic sheets as both a substrate for functional devices and as an integral...

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More Than Skin Deep: Skin-Inspired Electronics for Smart Healthcare at FLEX|MSTC 2020

As the body’s largest organ, skin is responsible for the transduction of a vast amount of information. This conformable, stretchable, self-healable and biodegradable material simultaneously collects signals from external stimuli, which translates...

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MEMS-FHE Device Integration Gets Real

MEMS technology has changed human interaction with electronic devices. Introduced in the 1990s, the first mass-market MEMS devices were used for inkjet printheads and automotive airbag crash sensors. Today, MEMS are ubiquitous, with billions of...

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Flexible Hybrid Electronics Comes to Bio-Interfacing and Biodegradable Electronics at FLEX|MSTC 2020

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd (VTT) has its sights set high. As a leading global research and development firm , VTT is out to produce bio-interfacing and biodegradable flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) devices that help tackle...

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Flexible Electronics Poised for Explosive Growth

By Emmy Yi

Flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) is innovation and modern technology at their best, giving rise to lighter, more malleable sensors that better conform to the human body while breeding new applications across a number of markets. For the...

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Skin-Like Biocompatible Devices Come to Market – and to FLEX/MSTC

Photo on left: My Skin Track pH by L'Oréal Group’s La Roche-Posay – the first wearable sensor and companion app to easily measure personal skin pH levels – leverages two decades of microfluidic and soft materials research in Professor John...

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