FlexIC Foundry™ enables custom flexible integrated circuit design
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FlexIC Foundry™ enables custom flexible integrated circuit design

PragmatIC has developed a unique, patented semiconductor device platform that provides the opportunity to invent entirely new applications for electronics: as well as being ultra-low cost, it is also ultra-thin and flexible, and can be easily combined with other thin film electronic components to cr...

PragmatIC and Schreiner MediPharm announce strategic partnership
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PragmatIC and Schreiner MediPharm announce strategic partnership

PragmatIC, a world leader in ultra-low-cost flexible electronics, and Schreiner MediPharm, a leading provider of specialty labels for the pharmaceutical and medical device industry, have entered into a strategic partnership to add smart labels based on PragmatIC’s ConnectIC® family of flex...

 What does it take to drive forward a new technology?
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What does it take to drive forward a new technology?

Breaking the mould and attempting to bring a completely new technology to market is never easy. Silicon integrated circuits have been the mainstay of the electronics industry for a long time, but to enable electronics in everyday objects requires a new approach. So, what does it take to drive...

UK rolls out RFID for used tire-management pilot
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UK rolls out RFID for used tire-management pilot

RFID JOURNAL. Waste-management software from Topolytics will capture data regarding each tire collected for recycling or reuse with PragmatIC's new ConnectIC chip, to enable real-time management of the waste supply chain for tires.

Cambridge Independent Awards
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Cambridge Independent Awards

PragmatIC was pleased to be chosen as the Technology Company of the Year at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology 2019 Awards, beating off tough competition from Featurespace and DisplayLink.

PragmatIC joins forces with Topolytics on UK Government circular economy initiative
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PragmatIC joins forces with Topolytics on UK Government circular economy initiative

PragmatIC has announced another order for its ConnectIC® family of ultra-low-cost flexible integrated circuits. Topolytics, a leading waste analytics company, will use RFID tags incorporating PragmatIC’s unique technology to deliver the UK’s first comprehensive digital waste tracking...

Chips with everything
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Chips with everything

MANUFACTURING GROWTH NETWORK. PragmatIC has developed a new generation of ultra-thin, low-cost flexible integrated circuits, known as FlexICs, enabling the potential for trillions of smart objects. Dr Richard Price, Chief Technology Officer at PragmatIC, explains more. 

How can cutting-edge research in flexible electronics address real world challenges?
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How can cutting-edge research in flexible electronics address real world challenges?

How can cutting-edge research in flexible electronics address real world challenges? Dr Feras Alkhalil, Director of Research and Development, describes his work at PragmatIC and explains why being part of our mission to enable intelligence and interactivity in everyday objects is so...

How will technology aid an ageing world?
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How will technology aid an ageing world?

EUROPEAN PHARMACEUTICAL REVIEW. This article explores the potential of readily available technology to address current traceability challenges as well as more wide-ranging issues in the pharmaceutical industry.

World's Top 50 Innovators
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World's Top 50 Innovators

Can IoT transform waste reduction and recycling? Dr Richard Price, CTO at PragmatIC, presented at the World’s Top 50 Innovators event to explain how flexible electronics technology could help reduce waste and increase recycling. To watch the recording View event. 

How to build a disposable microchip
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How to build a disposable microchip

THE ECONOMIST. Every research project needs a striking name, and it is hard to think of a better one than “Plastic Armpit”. The idea is to design and build a chip with an electronic nose, which can sample the odours and chemicals in its environment.

Inspiring the next generation of electronics engineers
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Inspiring the next generation of electronics engineers

It’s an exciting time to be working in electronics. As well as the advances in artificial intelligence we are also seeing the Internet of Things becoming the Internet of Everything with more and more smart objects. Dr Catherine Ramsdale, VP of Device Engineering at PragmatIC, explains why...