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.

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.

PragmatIC studies plastic reuse option
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PragmatIC studies plastic reuse option

RECYCLING TODAY. PragmatIC Semiconductor is studying the use of radio frequency identification/near field communication (RFID/NFC) technology in plastic packaging reuse applications.

Agile chip design can lead to exciting applications
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Agile chip design can lead to exciting applications

ELECTRONIC SPECIFIER. PragmatIC Semiconductor talks about a recent technical paper with the University of Illinois and outlines why bespoke chip design that is now possible at a fraction of the cost and time compared to conventional silicon will make such a difference.

Can FDI fix the semiconductor supply chain?
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Can FDI fix the semiconductor supply chain?

INVESTMENT MONITOR. Global semiconductor supply chains dramatically broke down during the Covid-19 pandemic, and everyone agrees this must never happen again. Could FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) fix this problem? Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC, offers his insights.

Compound semiconductor cluster for North East
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Compound semiconductor cluster for North East

ELECTRONICS WEEKLY. The North East Advanced Material Electronics (NEAME) cluster has been launched by companies in the UK’s North East, with a mission to highlight and promote the region as a centre of excellence for electronics and compound semiconductor technology design and manufacture.

US Senate votes to move ahead on chip bill
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US Senate votes to move ahead on chip bill

NEW ELECTRONICS. The US Senate has voted to move ahead with a slimmed-down version of legislation to provide subsidies and tax credits for the US semiconductor industry. Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC, shares his thoughts on this development.

Move over silicon
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Move over silicon

NEW ELECTRONICS. Editor, Neil Tyler talks to PragmatIC’s CEO, Scott White, about the company’s innovative flexible integrated circuits which offer an alternative to silicon chips, and learns about the opportunities from an economic and market perspective.