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Flexible arrays of bright inorganic LEDs could mean cheaper displays and lighting.
A startup’s conductive graphene inks can be used to print RFID antennas
Chemical bonds put a new spin on quantum-dot hybrid light-emitting devices.
A new way to mass-produce flexible OLED displays could mean affordable commercial products.
New organic display materials can be printed with ink-jets.
A new way of printing organic electronics is more reliable and yields higher performance.
An elastic conductor makes possible cheap, conformable displays.
Turning pixels on their side may finally mean high-quality color electronic paper.
Pixels containing ink reservoirs could lead to bright e-readers that look more like printed paper.