Polyera

  • Offers all materials needed for organic TFTs, as well as IGZO; partners with four display makers and anticipates a 2013 release of flexible e-readers
  • Sells p-type semiconductors for OPV, with non-fullerene n-type semiconductors in development, but its materials won't make OPV competitiv...

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