Researchers in China have developed a simple technique for patterning functional organic materials over a large area via an indirect, solution processable method.
Ion-gels have possible applications in organic electronics due to their favorable electronic characteristics and good thermal and chemical stability.
A solution-processable indigo acceptor delivers comparable performance to not just state-of-the-art fullerene-based devices but also silicon photodiodes.
The last decades have witnessed a dramatic advance in organic syntheses from the viewpoint of environmental science and technology. In a review article, Professor Michinobu highlights a novel click reaction inspired by semiconducting polymer doping techniques.
Flexible LECs with an ambient-air performance on par with identical glass-encapsulated LEC reference devices have been realized.
A Korean research team led by Prof. Soonmin Seo report a new method for preparing highly flexible, stretchable, and patchable organic electronic devices.
New research from an American group shows the incorporation of DNA and RNA bases in organic light emitting diodes.
Recent research in to the biological applications of the organic electrochemical transistor is reviewed in the Journal of Applied Polymer Science
A new fabrication method promises to revolutionise the production of optoelectronics in a study published in the new journal Advanced Science.
The next Congress of the European Polymer Federation (EPF) will be held in Dresden, Germany, from June 21 to 26, 2015. It is organized by the Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V. (IPF) and the German Chemical Society (GDCh).