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Presentation for Exploit Tech Fans: Lessons from RFID Ventures by Four Paper Companies

Posted by Jeff Lindsay on March 14, 2010 at 11:21 AM Comments comments (0)

As a gift to my friends at Exploit, I recorded a 30-minute presentation about the RFID commercialization efforts of four paper companies. Their stories teach some lessons that may be helpful to Exploit in the quest to further commercialize the many technologies under development in Singapore. The presentatin can be seen at Pixetell.com via this link : http://tinyurl.com/exploit-rfid. If you use the embedded version below, click on the full-screen ...

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Silicon vs Organic Photovoltaics

Posted by Quasime on September 4, 2009 at 4:06 AM Comments comments (0)

The Straits Times published this report about the solar industry crisis in Germany - 500 jobs will be cut and more will be put on part -time basis because the it could not longer hold out against the stiff competition from Asia in terms of price per Watt of silicon photovoltaics.  

 

http://www.straitstimes.com/Breaking+News/Tech+and+Science/Story/STIStory_418171.htm...

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More organic photovoltaics means greater oil dependence

Posted by Quasime on August 19, 2009 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Sometimes when I think about it,  I don't understand how plastics - especially the non-recyclable ones can come to the consumer at a price so cheap that the entire modern society is almost entirely dependent on it. I believe that the oil magnates have got it right - they have turned a limited resource like oil into a commodity that is so common that the entire modern civilisations are entirely dependent on it before realising it. We have polymer engineers to thank for...

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The benefits of printed electronics

Posted by exploit-tech on August 13, 2009 at 1:32 PM Comments comments (0)

Posted on behalf of Quasime


What do electrophoretic displays and skin care have in common? It’s now more than advertisements apparently. The next generation of electrophoretic display is reportedly to cost less than 5 cents to make and not only just show the price and item information but also incorporate a cosmetic patch delivery system. An Israeli company is now in partnership with ...

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Innovation during a market recession?

Posted by Anand G on August 13, 2009 at 11:40 AM Comments comments (111)

 

"When the going gets tough, the tough gets flying"- INNOVATE! This is applicable to any business or company, especially when the markets are in a recession mode for some time - which we all are experiencing for the last one year or so! During a recession, innovation is key to a business as well as to the economy of a nation.What are the key ingredients that one must look for to promote innovation during recession, is what this article would attempt to understand.

 

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Of printable displays and cosmetics

Posted by Quasime on August 13, 2009 at 7:17 AM Comments comments (0)

What do electrophoretic displays and skin care have in common? It’s now more than advertisements apparently. The next generation of electrophoretic display is reportedly to cost less than 5 cents to make and not only just show the price and item information but also incorporate a cosmetic patch delivery system.

 

An Israeli company is now in partnership with cosmetic giant Estee Lauder to delivery a ‘ionophoretic cosmetic de...

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Of printable displays and cosmetics

Posted by Quasime on August 13, 2009 at 7:14 AM Comments comments (0)

What do electrophoretic displays and skin care have in common? It’s now more than advertisements apparently. The next generation of electrophoretic display is reportedly to cost less than 5 cents to make and not only just show the price and item information but also incorporate a cosmetic patch delivery system.

 

An Israeli company is now in partnership with cosmetic giant Estee Lauder to delivery a ‘ionophoretic cosmetic delivery patch̵...

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Of Printed displays and Cosmetics

Posted by Quasime on August 13, 2009 at 7:09 AM Comments comments (0)

What do electrophoretic displays and skin care have in common? It’s now more than advertisements apparently. I read a recent article that the next generation of electrophoretic display is reportedly to cost less than 5 cents to make and not only just show the price and item information but also incorporate a cosmetic patch delivery system - for the women's cosmetics market.

 

An Israeli company is now in partnership with cosmetic giant Estee Lauder to delivery a

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Printed displays & skin care

Posted by Quasime on August 5, 2009 at 9:51 PM Comments comments (0)

What do electrophoretic displays and skin care have in common? It’s now more than advertisements apparently. The next generation of electrophoretic display is reportedly to cost less than 5 cents to make and not only just show the price and item information but also incorporate a cosmetic patch delivery system. An Israeli company is now in partnership with cosmetic giant Estee Lauder to delivery a ‘ionophoretic cosmetic delivery patch’. ...

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Printed displays & cosmetics

Posted by Quasime on August 5, 2009 at 9:43 PM Comments comments (0)

What do electrophoretic displays and skin care have in common? It’s now more than advertisements apparently. The next generation of electrophoretic display is reportedly to cost less than 5 cents to make and not only just show the price and item information but also incorporate a cosmetic patch delivery system. An Israeli company is now in partnership with cosmetic giant Estee Lauder to delivery a ‘ionophoretic cosmetic delivery patch&...

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