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Students and Associates visit FlexEnable

last modified May 04, 2016 05:18 PM
NanoDTC Students and Associates learned more about an entrepreneurial start-up that originated from research at the University of Cambridge.

NanoDTC students and associates (Evaline Tsai, Kadi Liis Saar, Katarzyna Sokol, Ivan Dimov, Tadas Kartanas and Dean Kos) visited FlexEnable on 29th April 2016, to learn more about an entrepreneurial start-up that originated from research at the University of Cambridge. FlexEnable offers a flexible electronics technology platform that can be applied to a range of applications such as flexible displays and sensors. NanoDTC students and associates had the opportunity to hear a presentation to learn more about the manufacturing process and see a live demo of FlexEnable’s product applications. The technologies included sensors that can image fingerprints and wearable devices that are bendable yet durable.

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