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Submission + - Ink breakthrough heralds bendy PC screens (itnews.com.au)

An anonymous reader writes: Researchers claim to have developed a type of soluble semiconductor ink which could help to make bendable computer screens a reality. Developed at Polyera and BASF Future Business, the ink carries an N-Type negative charge. Previously, semiconductor inks have only been able to carry a positive charge. The new ink can be printed onto any flexible material, including plastic and paper, using only a modified ink-jet printer.
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Ink breakthrough heralds bendy PC screens

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