Australian standards chosen for the production of flexible electronicians Wolf | 09.07.2020
According to the publication ZDnet, the Australian Association
scientific and industrial research Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) based in Melbourne the company Boron Molecular and South Korean manufacturing firm
Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation (KISCO) has signed an agreement on the commercialization of the polymer material used for the production of so-called “flexible electronics”. We are talking about flexible
phones and other devices that will be developed for health care, industry and agriculture. In accordance with the agreement, Boron Molecular and KISCO will
to use a set of technologies CSIRO, including those required to generate high-purity polymers.
The above mentioned know-how of CSIRO include the processes of involvement of RAFT-agents (substances that provide seamless transfer nature of the polymerization process), as well as the technology of metal
frames, resins and other innovations.
CEO and President of KISCO sung Yong Cho said that his company is preparing this year to offer Korean consumers flexible electronics, created on the basis of new technologies and
CSIRO KISCO and, in addition, will receive a minority stake in Boron Molecular, a company which was originally isolated from a CSIRO 20 years ago. The partners expect to work together to provide the scale
production and development sufficient to release the Australian-Korean flexible electronics to the world market.
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