University Of Illinois engineers have demonstrated a method of printing liquid silver onto flexible surfaces to create conductive trails. The advantage of silver is that the particles are much smaller than other conventional electronic ink making it easier to print using a inkjet nozzle. Hopefully in the future this silver ink will make printing circuit boards with a simple desktop printer a reality.
Advanced Defense Technologies Inc. (ADTI) Developing UAV/Drone Technology for Commercial Markets Including Law Enforcement, Domestic Infrastructure Defense, and Border Security
Stereotaxis Announces European Adoption Milestone and Health Canada Market Clearance for Vdrive System
Sensable Customers Showcase Touch-Enabled Surgical, Medical Simulation and Robotics Innovations at MMVR Conference
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