Technology Review this month reports on new types of conductive inks being produced by Vorbeck Materials Corp. that can be used to print RFID antennas and electrical contacts for flexible displays. 

The inks are made from graphene,  the most stable form of carbon on Earth, using a technology developed by Princeton’s Ilhan Aksay. Vorbeck, which just received $5.1 million in financing from private-investment firm Stoneham Partners,  was started by Princeton Engineering graduate John Lettow, who did his senior thesis research under Aksay. Read the full TR piece here.

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