In June 2013, Cambridge University and Plastic Logic announced a research collaboration that aimed to develop transparent graphene-based backplanes for flexible displays . Now, following this collaboration, Plastic Logic demonstrated the world’s first flexible display that uses a graphene backplane. The first prototype is a 150 PPI active-matrix E Ink display, in which the electrodes were made from solution-processed graphene (patterned after deposition) in a low-temperature (less than 100 degrees Celsius) process. The UK Technology Strategy Board recently gave a grant towards this research, with an aim to develop full-color OLED displays within the next 12 months. Read more about Plastic Logic demonstrates the world's first flexible display with a graphene backplane

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Plastic Logic demonstrates the world’s first flexible display with a graphene backplane