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Organic Electronics in the media

  • 29 Sept 2014 - The MWP symposium are available as a webcast
     
  • 10 April 2014 - Interview in Local radio P4 regarding the Marcus Wallenberg prize 204 that Professor Magnus Berggren has been awarded.
  • 4 April 2014 - Video on "Polymer chip in the body to relive chronic pain" publiced on You Tube (in Swedish)

  • 11 Dec 2013 - Daniel Simon presents at Venture Arena in Linköping

  • 12 Dec 2012 - The local news paper Norrköpings Tidningar interviewed Magnus Berggren regarding the 15 MSEK Scholar he has recevied from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

  • 09 Dec 2012 - NT24 interveiwed Professor Magnus Berggren regarding his work in the Royal Swedish Academy of Science.

  • 29 May 2012 - Klas Tybrandt's articel regarding Logic gates based on ion transistors published in Nature Communications has been high lighted in Ny Teknik (in Swedish)

  • 19 Dec 2011 - An interview with Xavier Crispin was published in the local new paper Norrköpings Tidningar and Östgöta Correspondenten regarding Thermoelectric conducting polymers.

  • 17 Dec 2011 - An interview with Isak Engquist and Xiaodong Wang was published in the local news paper Norrköpings Tidningar regarding the development of the humidiy sensor. (In Swedish)

  • 16 Dec 2011 - Local TV ÖstNytt interviewed Isak Engquist about the development of the humidity sensor. (In Swedish)

  • 27 Sept 2011 - An interview with Magnus Berggren was published in the local news paper Norrköpings Tidningar regarding printed electronics. (in Swedish)
  • 15 Sept 2011 - Local radio P4 Östergötland interviewed Lars Herlogsson about his thesis which illustrates how to develop a fully functional, fast switching and printable transistor in cheap plastic.

  • 31 May 2011 - NT24 interveiwed Docent Xavier Crispin and Professor Magnus Berggren regarding "Thermoelectric properties of conducting polymers".

  • An article has been published in Nature Materials on the thermoelectric properties of conducting polymers. It is the first time that an organic material can be seen as a thermoelectric material. Although the material is not very efficient, this gives hope to find low-cost, solution-processable thermoelectric materials for waste heat recovery. In Sweden, this result has attracted the interest of media, such as Dagens Nyheter, NyTeknik and Elektronik i Norden (in Swedish). (2011-05-11)

 

 


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