New Synthesis Method Opens up Possibilities for Organic Electronics

Figure 1. New direct arylation polycondensation method unlocks to manufacture numerous appealing n-type semiconducting polymers Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) customize a previous synthesis method to... Read more »

Tuning the Energy Levels of Organic Semiconductors

Dr. Frank Ortmann, cfaed Independent Research study Group Leader Physicists from the Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Products (IAPP) and the Center for Advancing Electronic devices... Read more »

A New Spin on Organic Semiconductors

Hand sketch of an organic lateral spin pumping gadget Credit: Deepak Venkateshvaran and Nanda Venugopal Organic semiconductors have actually not been reasonable prospects for spintronics up until now since... Read more »

Organic Electronics: Scientists Develop a High-Performance Unipolar N-Type Thin-Film Transistor

Scientist making thin-film transistors Left: Tsuyoshi Michinobu, right: Yang Wang. Scientists at Tokyo Tech report a unipolar n-type transistor with a world-leading electron movement efficiency of as much as... Read more »

Crystal Size of Organic Semiconductors Can Be Controlled Using Inorganic Polymer Micropillar-Based Solution Shearing System

( from left: MS cadidate Jeong-ChanLee, Professor Steve Park and PhD prospect Jin-OhKim). A KAIST research study group led by Professor Steve Park from the Department of Materials Science... Read more »

Ultrathin Organic Photodetectors Put Wearable Diagnostics at One’s Fingertips

Figure 1: A photo revealing the blood movie sensing unit connected to a fingertip. The sensing unit is based upon ultrathin, versatile organic movie. © 2018 RIKEN Center for... Read more »

Thin and Flexible Organic Photovoltaic Devices Engineered to Resist Both Mechanical and Thermal Stress

Figure 1: Photograph of 3-micrometer-thick organic solar cell that was adhered to fabric by an instantaneous hot-melt procedure. Reproduced from Ref 1. with consent from PNAS © 2018 A... Read more »

Flexible Organic Electronics Mimic Biological Mechanosensory Nerves

▲ Figure1. Comparison in between a biological mechanosensory nerve and a synthetic mechanosensory nerve. Researchers at Seoul National University and Stanford University established synthetic mechanosensory nerves utilizing flexible organic... Read more »