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Printed electronics startup partners with Holst

7/4/2011 11:02 AM EDT
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elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   7/4/2011 5:46:33 PM
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Certainly the future is near where we see more and more transparent printed electronics. This will create huge business in the future from simple greeting cards to giant hoardings.

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t.alex   7/5/2011 12:06:49 PM
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Does the printed circuit include ICs or passive components?

goafrit
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goafrit   7/5/2011 9:17:24 PM
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Good move. but this industry better watch LOC - lab on chip as more integrations heat up.

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chanj0   7/7/2011 12:32:47 AM
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When the price goes down more, every device may be made through printer. The cost of making an electronic product will be substantially low. Will Electrical Engineering becomes a non-profession in the foreseeable future?

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t.alex   7/7/2011 1:35:20 PM
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I believe electrical engineer will be still relevant. Who will design the circuits to be printed out?

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kathyink   4/19/2012 4:45:09 AM
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Acquisitions are good ways of expanding their company’s expertise and talent base, and in this case probably even business operations.

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