David Savastano, Editor03.05.14
There are a number of companies in the printed electronics field that are earning prestigious honors for their new technologies. One such company is cynora GmbH, a specialist in organic functional materials for OLEDs and OPVs, which received the Falling Walls Science Start-up of the Year 2013 late last year.
Falling Walls was founded on the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, as an international platform for leaders in the fields of science, business, politics, the arts and society. The Falling Walls Venture is an international forum for leading science-based start-up companies, venture capitalists and strategic investors as well as the wider academic environment.
For the Falling Walls Science Start-up of the Year award, 10 academic institutions and 10 venture capitalists presented their science-based enterprises to a jury, which selects the recipient of the award. cynora was this year’s recipient, based on its development of organic copper-based semiconductors
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