Flexible Electronic Devices Experience Organic Growth

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A Korean research team led by Prof. Soonmin Seo report a new method for preparing highly flexible, stretchable, and patchable organic electronic devices.

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DNA & RNA incorporation into organic electronics

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New research from an American group shows the incorporation of DNA and RNA bases in organic light emitting diodes.

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Bioelectronics and the organic electrochemical transistor

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Recent research in to the biological applications of the organic electrochemical transistor is reviewed in the Journal of Applied Polymer Science

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Taking optoelectronics to the next level

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A new fabrication method promises to revolutionise the production of optoelectronics in a study published in the new journal Advanced Science.

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European Polymer Congress in Dresden

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The next Congress of the European Polymer Federation (EPF) will be held in Dresden, Germany, from June 21 to 26, 2015. It is organized by the Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V. (IPF) and the German Chemical Society (GDCh).

Aiming for nature’s molecular precision: a special issue on precision polymers

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Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics presents new and exciting developments in the synthesis and properties of precision polymers, guest-edited by Michael R. Buchmeiser.

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Henning Sirringhaus joins the Advanced Electronics Materials editorial board

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Professor Sirringhaus, from the University of Cambridge, is one of the outstanding researchers in the field of organic electronics.

Patterning organic electronics with microfluidics

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Researchers have demonstrated a novel microfluidic method to pattern organic films directly in air.

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Taming disorder to get ordered functional architecture

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New research suggests that the introduction of molecular disorder can be the key to enhanced transport properties in organic electronics.

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Speeding up the characterization of organic photovoltaics

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A new contactless and rapid light beam-induced current method can be used to identify defects in complex organic multilayer films.

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