November 18, 2015 | Press Release
Formulated at the atomic level, two disruptive metallic ink products are thin, robust, adaptable and cost-effective. Liquid X Printed Metals®, Inc., (Liquid X®), an advanced material manufacturer of functional […]
October 21 – 22, 2015 | WVU
The LWV Moving West Virginia Forward Conference brings together the state’s top business leaders and decision makers. Now in its third year, the theme, “Attracting and Retaining […]
Greg Babe has been named to West Virginia University’s Board of Governors by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, effective Thursday, September 17, 2015. “Greg will be a great addition to the WVU Board of Governors,” […]
The National Science Foundation funds research and education in science and engineering, through grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements. The Foundation accounts for about 20 percent of federal support to academic institutions for basic research. […]
The market for printed and flexible electronics is showing signs of growth, as companies are developing new products that offer advantages to brand owners and end users alike. As new products, whether they are […]
Conductive inks and pastes provide critical performance characteristics for printed and flexible electronic systems. The choice of materials is varied – metallics such as silver and copper, nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes and graphene are among […]
A Pittsburgh startup is performing a form of alchemy, converting gold and silver into ink that can be used in a variety of industries from automotives to consumer electronics to medical devices.
Liquid X […]
Greg Babe, former president and CEO of Bayer Corporation, has been named CEO of Liquid X Printed Metals Inc., a Carnegie Mellon University startup company. Liquid X also announced Wednesday the closing of a […]
A Carnegie Mellon University startup aims to revolutionize nanometer-scale circuitry for electronic and medical devices, using metals that can be printed from a common inkjet printer.
Liquid X Printed Metals Inc. has raised undisclosed financing […]