Posted on Dec 8, 2010
Holst Centre wins 'Best Cell of the Year'
At this year's ISOS-3 conference on OPV stability, Holst Centre's flexible organic solar cell won the annual 'Device of the Year' award. Our achievement echoes the general success of the entire conference, which helped pave the way in standardising OPV parameters. ...
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
Polymer Vision extends and expands research contract
Holst Centre welcomes back Polymer Vision to an extended and expanded research contract. Once part of Philips and now part of the Taiwanese ODM, Wistron, Polymer Vision is again contributing to research in several of Holst Centre's programs. In the past, Polymer Vision was...
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
New shoe to help prevent falls among elderly
European researchers have developed a new shoe aimed at helping elderly people walk more safely, called smiling shoes. Holst Centre is involved in this European Program and cooperates with Smiling (Self Mobility Improvement in the eLderly by counteractING), a European Union res...
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
Gas sensing device using as-grown vertical InAs nanowires
Holst Centre has developed a nanoscale gas sensing device as part of its ultra-low-power sensors program. Based on gold-free grown vertical InAs nanowire arrays, the system is sensitive to NO2 concentrations of fewer than 100ppb at room temperature. The semiconductor nanowires are contacted ohmi...
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
Holst Centre's partner Huntsman wins JEC Asia Innovation Award 2010
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Posted on Oct 13, 2010
DuPont Teijin Films extends partnership with Holst Centre
Dupont Teijin Films (DTF), the world's leading supplier of PET and PEN polyester films, has agreed an extension to its partnership contract with Holst Centre. The new deal extends both the length of the cooperation and DTF's areas of activity. DTF's cooperation with Holst ...
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
All Holst Centre phone numbers have changed
Please note that all Holst Centre phone numbers
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
InnoPhysics plasma printing from open innovation to market
InnoPhysics plasma printing technology on its way to market after successful open innovation trajectory with Holst Centre InnoPhysics B.V., a Dutch startup company from the Vision Dynamics Group, demonstrates a proprietary Digital-on-Demand PlasmaPrint hardware solution t...
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
Meet us at Hannover Messe
In the week from April 19-23, Holst Centre will be present at Hannover Messe in Germany, the world's leading showcase for industrial technology. You can permanently find Holst Centre in Hall 6, stand J28, MicroNanoTech section. On Tuesday and Thursday, following Holst Centre presentations a...
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
PLACE-it makes light flat and flexible
Leading companies and institutes in lighting and flexible electronics, including Philips, Holst Centre/TNO, imec, Freudenberg, TU Berlin and more have joined forces to co-develop the route to integrate light into people's surroundings be it ceilings, walls, floors, furniture, soft f...
Posted on Mar 1, 2010
New book on Photochemistry and Photophysics of Polymeric Materials
Marius Ivan, Advanced Materials Project Leader at Holst Centre, has contributed to a new book about polymeric materials. Entitled 'Photochemistry and Photophysics of Polymeric Materials' the book is published by Wiley, one of the leading publishers of scientific and technical informati...
Posted on Mar 1, 2010
Summer school on organic optoelectronics
Covering the theme 'Organic optoelectronics on the move', the VII International Krutyn Summer School is being organized as part of the FP7 Collaborative Projects: Fast2Light and OLED100.eu, in association with the Polish Supramolecular Chemistry Network and the Institute of Physical Ch...