Electroninks Inc. Named as Small Business Innovation Research Awardee

High Performance Substrate Embedded Microgrids for High-Efficiency, Flexible Organic Light-Emitting Diodes – (Electroninks Inc, Austin, Texas) Electroninks Inc. is developing an alternative, transparent conductor for optical-electronic applications like touch sensors, displays, and OLEDs that significantly outperforms today’s indium, tin, and oxygen (ITO) conductors. By using a new metal patterning technique that prints high-performance metal grids directly into glass and plastic, these new … Read More

Electroninks CEO to Speak at Printed Electronics USA Conference

Brett Walker, Electroninks’ co-founder and CEO, will speak at the Printed Electronics USA conference in Santa Clara, CA, Nov. 15 – 17. The conference focuses on The Application of Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics. Find out more on the conference webpage.

Electroninks joins the Advanced Functional Fabrics of America Center (AFFOA) at MIT

Electroninks has joined the Advanced Functional Fabrics of America Center at MIT. This organization is “one of the latest members of the National Network of Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI) Institutes. AFFOA’s mission enables a manufacturing-based revolution—the transformation of traditional fibers, yarns, and textiles into highly sophisticated integrated and networked devices and systems.” Learn more about AFFOA here.

Electroninks is awarded an NSF SBIR II grant

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Electroninks won a National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant for Reactive Silver Inks for High Performance Printed Electronics. Read the NSF Award Abstract here.  

Electroninks is awarded an NSF SBIR I grant

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Electroninks won an NSF Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I grant for Reactive Silver Inks for High Performance Printed Electronics. “This Phase I project will focus on optimizing novel silver ink formulations that have a low weight percentage of silver (10-20%) that achieve much higher conductivity (50-90% of bulk silver) than current silver pastes (5-10% of bulk silver) at … Read More