Scott White presents at the Bessemer Society Annual Semiconductor Dinner
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Scott White presents at the Bessemer Society Annual Semiconductor Dinner

This year’s annual semiconductor dinner, organised by the Bessemer Society, took place on Thursday 10 November 2022 in London, bringing together key guests from across the semiconductor industry,...

PragmatIC Semiconductor leads £2.4 million project to develop sustainable manufacturing technologies
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PragmatIC Semiconductor leads £2.4 million project to develop sustainable manufacturing technologies

PragmatIC Semiconductor, a world leader in flexible electronics, today announces it is leading a £2.4 million project with funding provided by the Made Smarter Innovation: Smart Sustainable Factory Challenge at UK Research and Innovation. The INSPIRE project will develop and deploy new digital...

How can smart reusable packaging be implemented at scale?
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How can smart reusable packaging be implemented at scale?

PACKAGING EUROPE. Josh Young, Circular Economy Lead at PragmatIC, gives his insight into the role smart reusable packaging, leveraging digital technology, can play in reducing waste and our impact on the environment.

Cambridge Tech Podcast: Insights from 6-time entrepreneur, Scott White
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Cambridge Tech Podcast: Insights from 6-time entrepreneur, Scott White

CAMBRIDGE TECH PODCAST. Scott White, CEO of PragmatIC speaks to James and Faye for their first episode, on his journey, insights into running a deep tech company and the future growth of the business.

Extra protection | Category Focus – pharmaceutical
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Extra protection | Category Focus – pharmaceutical

PACKAGING NEWS. The pharmaceutical sector has always found it tough to combat counterfeit goods. But, Simon Creasey talks to experts like PragmatIC Semiconductor about how novel digital technology can now help take fake drugs off the market.

Leveraging novel technology can increase recycling rates
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Leveraging novel technology can increase recycling rates

CIRCULAR ONLINE. Joshua Young from PragmatIC shares his thoughts on how using novel flexible electronics and NFC can help increase recycling and reviews the outcomes of SPRITE, a recent digital recycling project.

Business Weekly Awards 2022
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Business Weekly Awards 2022

The PragmatIC Semiconductor team are delighted to have won two Business Weekly Awards in recognition of our unique flexible electronics technology – the Graduate Business of the Year Award and The Disruptive Technology Award.

Smart patches could help prevent strokes through early detection of heart arrythmia
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Smart patches could help prevent strokes through early detection of heart arrythmia

Smart wearable technology has been progressing in recent years, but for mass adoption across the healthcare sector this needs to be comfortable, convenient, and cost-effective. New innovations in...

The Hub Podcast: CEO of PragmatIC - Scott White
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The Hub Podcast: CEO of PragmatIC - Scott White

ELECTROPAGES. Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC, sat down with Robin Mitchell to talk about the future of the semiconductor industry and how non-silicon based ICs could enable innovative sustainability and healthcare solutions.  

Could this food sensor replace ‘Best By’ date codes?
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Could this food sensor replace ‘Best By’ date codes?

PACKAGING DIGEST. Joshua Young, Circular Economy Lead at PragmatIC, explains how low-cost sensors could enable accurate, consumer-readable expiration information for packaged foods.

Scaling a deep tech start-up: Lessons from the front line
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Scaling a deep tech start-up: Lessons from the front line

FORBES. Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC Semiconductor, shares a few lessons from his experiences that could help founders currently building deep tech companies.

Beverage recycling project to boost bottle returns with NFC
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Beverage recycling project to boost bottle returns with NFC

RFID JOURNAL. PragmatIC and several U.K. retailers and beverage brands are reviewing the results of an eight-week pilot that tracked the receipt, sale and recycling of containers, with a return rate of 68 percent.