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NTU develops low-cost technology to print flexible electronic circuits​

Published on : 19-Nov-2014

​​NTU researchers have developed a low-cost method of printing flexible electronic circuits onto everyday materials like plastic film, aluminium or paper. Using a t-shirt printer, Assoc Prof Joseph Chang and his team of four researchers and doctoral students spent four years developing the technology. The team already has two provisional patents, one of which is for printed circuits on medical packaging that could allow patients to keep track of whether they have taken their medication.