David Savastano, Editor07.24.13
There are a host of materials company developing conductive materials for the printed electronics field. One key is capturing excellent conductivity, and nanoparticles are an approach that is showing promise.
Genes'Ink, Rousset, France, is developing active nanoparticle inks for printed electronics. Founded in 2010, the company’s goal is to become the technology leader in nano products for printed electronics, with applications in areas such as touchscreens, sensors and packaging.
Based on research stemming from the University of Marseilles and the University of Grenoble, Genes'Ink has strong expertise in ink formulation based on nanoparticles developed in its R&D laboratory.
“The strength of Genes'Ink is to make formulations that meet printers’ needs,” a Genes'Ink’s technical lab member noted. “Under the leadership of Corinne Versini, a degreed chemical engineer and former IBM executive, this expert research team repre
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