New conductive ink start-up Electroninks has technology advantages, but needs to rethink its target markets

A new conductive silver ink start-up, called Electroninks, spun out of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne from Prof. Jennifer Lewis’ (see the April 6, 2011 LREJ) lab in January 2013. With former Lewis lab graduate student Brent Walker serving as CEO, Electroninks brought in a $175,000 U....

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