WASHINGTON, July 2, 2020 — The American Chemical Society (ACS) Publications Division and ACS Central Science are pleased to announce the winner of the ACS Central Science Disruptors & Innovators Prize, Zhenan Bao, Ph.D, of Stanford University.
C3Nano Inc., the performance leader in next-generation, transparent conductive inks and films, would like to set the record straight with regard to recent IP developments in China. While the PRB upheld C3nano’s key fusing technology, some claims were invalidated but were…
FAQ Analysis: June 2020 1. Explain the difference between invalidation versus infringement. Invalidation of a claim means that the party who filed for the claim no longer can prevent others from using the technology/product covered by the claim. This means…
As foldable and wearable displays start reaching the market, these devices will have to be able to bend without cracking. Andrew Moon, C3Nano Director of Sales and Marketing New generations of electronic devices are demanding new functionality in display materials….
A provider of silver nanowire-based transparent conductive inks, C3Nano says its ActiveGrid Gen7 ink delivers breakthrough clarity, conductivity and flexibility, with a 50 percent lower haze compared to its previous ink formulation.
C3Nano, the specialist in silver nanowire-based transparent conductive inks and films for flexible displays, has developed ActiveGrid Gen7 ink, which improves on clarity, conductivity and flexibility.
ActiveGrid Gen 7 Ink boosts optical quality with enhanced flexibility