Will This New Metal Ink Transform The Ebook Experience?
Posted at 1:37PM Monday 13 Jan 2014
A new report from a group of Chinese scientists just might hold the key needed to propel e-reading to a whole new level.
In the study, "metal ink was found to exhibit very interesting properties as a printing ink on flexible electronics, especially on paper substrates because it is environment friendly, recyclable, foldable, and lightweight."
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