Louise Sinks, Ph.D., US Nano vice president, illustrates how the Sarasota company’s rugged nanomaterials are shaping the future of printed electronics, with a diverse range of applications from medical test strips to photoelectric sensors.
In the video, she discusses how this technology can revolutionize a variety of industries, including healthcare, defense, and consumer electronics. There is a diverse range of applications for the semiconductor nanowire technology including medical test strips, infrared cameras, TVs, and photoelectric sensors. She talks about how her company’s patented inorganic nanowire technology can be used to produce devices on plastic. She notes that these devices are bendable and foldable and can be made with any form factor.