Open innovation results in Best Peer-Review Paper award from the Organic Semiconductor Industry Awards 2008

During the Networking Dinner of the Organic Semiconductor Conference (OSC-08), Holst Centre, Philips Research Europe and ASML were given the Best Peer-Review Paper award for the paper "Advances in lithographic patterning of micron-sized features on flexible substrates"*

Jaap Lombaers, Managing Director Holst Centre: "This award is a true boost for a young organization as Holst Centre. We are very grateful and proud for the recognition of our work. The co-authorship of two of our partners symbolizes the added value of joining forces in an open-innovation setting as Holst Centre. I congratulate the entire team."

The number of nominations for the awards was significantly higher than last year and the OSIA 2008 judging panel commented on how the quality of the nominations overall was also significantly higher.

Craig Cruickshank, cintelliq CEO and member of the OSIA 2008 judging panel, said, "The awards are an important way to recognize excellence in the industry. We are very pleased with the continued high standard of entries for the awards and are grateful to the panel of judges for their rigorous evaluation of the nominations. The past 12 months have seen a number of significant technical developments in the industry, and these have been reflected in the award nominations."

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