Researchers have developed a transparent, elastic organic light-emitting device that can be twisted at room temperature while retaining its original shape.
Organic semiconductor films are produced in regular arrays of inkjet-etched microwells, demonstrating potential for large-scale flexible electronics.
Solar cells created by laboratories at Rice and Pennsylvania State universities could open the door to research on a new class of solar energy devices.
Cornell scientists develop a novel process of spreading extremely thin organic transistors, and used synchrotron X-rays to watch how the films crystallize.
French scientists have produced the world’s first microscopic, organic transistors that can amplify and record signals from within the brain itself.
Fabrication method could pave the way for cheaper, greener, “paint-on” plastic electronics.
Researchers fabricate conducting films using aqueous dispersions of poly(EDTT-co-EDOT)/PSS and (poly(EDTT-co-EDOT-MeOH)/PSS).
Many efficient polymer solar cells include ITO. Yet this material is not well-suited for large-scale production.
US researchers have discovered new ways of using a well-known polymer in organic light emitting diodes.