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Printing of nanomaterials is not new. The methods available on the market, which are continually being developed, include INKJET (printing using nano-ink), ESJET (electrostatic inkjet printing) and EHD (electrohydrodynamic printing). However, recently this sector has seen a major breakthrough. XTPL has patented and is commercialising a guided assembly of nanoparticles for creating (or, to put it simply, printing) conductive lines with a width of as little as 100 nm.

His conductive polymers allow for the creation of biosensors and more affordable flexible solar panels. Electronics are currently dominated by silicon. Rigid chips, circuits and transistors are made from this material. However, organic conductive polymers are opening the door to a new era dominated by flexible, and cheaper, electronics.