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August 1st, 2007
Polymertronics, a nanotechnology start-up in Banbury, is developing a technique which will allow digital inkjet printing and instant curing of flexible electronic components.
Polymertronics has a patent pending on a technique which combines organic semiconductor fabrication technology with ultra-violet (UV) curing techniques, to cure and fix the electronics onto media that can include vinyl, plastics, glass and metal.
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