Molecular Ink (MINK)
As technology continues to advance, the demand for smaller, more functional devices has increased. This has led to a need for innovative solutions that can meet these demands without sacrificing quality or functionality. One of our solutions to this problem has been the development of conductive inks.
In many ways, the emergence of conductive inks has been a transformational innovation for printed electronics by delivering the design freedom to meet these demands. e2ip, in collaboration with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), has been funding development in printed electronics. This work is resulting in the invention of new molecular inks, that resolve limitations of traditional flake inks when formed into 3D shapes.