Press release: European consortium to test new materials and manufacturing processes for organic printed electronics

MADRAS

  • The research is part of the European MADRAS project which will enable mass production of this type of electronics, known as OLAE, for accelerated time-tomarket.
  • Seen as a viable alternative to conventional electronics, OLAE devices include organic electronics printed on flexible surfaces such as plastic or paper.
  • Their applications range from producing smart packaging, roll-up displays and flexible solar cells to single-use diagnostic devices and printed batteries along with other innovations.

See the video

The BIOCOMPLACK project aims to achieve biobased, biodegradable and compostable film food packaging to improve the barrier properties in 100 times compared to other biobased packaging. This allows lengthening 300% the shelf life of food contained therein. Check in this video how we are tackling this issue.