Scientists from the University of Michigan have developed an extremely thin and smooth layer of silver that can be used for new displays and touchscreens in the future!
24-hours textile-printing studio Design ME constitutes a milestone in the accessibility of digital textile-printing and textile-printing for everyone, which industry giants like Epson and Fujifilm have already successfully reached on a bigger scale.
Our future links deal with packaging this week featuring the new packaging of Red Vines, the new inspection system at Fruit Gourmet, the eco-friendly packaging in the beauty sector and information on how Parkside won the Global Innovation Award and how the consumer trends affect the future packaging.
Former students of the University of Technology in Delft have founded the start-up Inkless that has developed a technology able to print without ink and on any kind of paper by burning letters and “prints” onto paper.
As a fast growing city Dubai has recently announced that it aims to 3D print 25 percent of its buildings by 2030, so it is no surprise that the start-up Renca cooperated with Dubai Municipality to develop a 3D-printable cement made from industrial by-products.
Researchers from Shandong University, the University of California, Riverside and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a UV light printable paper, which can be used by large-scale printers.