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MIT mathematician Pedro Reis demonstrates the delamination that occurs when a surface is c...

Wrinkling, blisters and delamination on stickers applied to curved or bendable surfaces are usually an annoyance, but examining this phenomena has led researchers to a new, powerful approach to fabricating stretchable electronics that could pave the way to the production of components with very high mechanical resistance.  Read More

Flexible transistors arrays with organic crystal rubrene around a glass vial (Credit: Stan...

Researchers at Stanford University have discovered a more reliable way of printing semiconducting organic compounds which also delivers improved performance - a breakthrough which could finally pave the way for the mass production of plastic electronics.  Read More

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