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Printed electronics startup plans pilot production line

1/26/2012 01:30 PM EST
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Luis Sanchez
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re: Printed electronics startup plans pilot production line
Luis Sanchez   1/26/2012 9:37:22 PM
Great! We are getting closer to printed electronics. The government is supporting business development in many places. Let’s hope it flourishes. Is it correctly stated? "… to be printed in transparent flexible semiconductors at micron and sub-micron scale." Isn’t the semiconductor printed in a flexible layer made of a different material, or is the flexible layer also made of silicon?

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