In the News - 2004

Thee dimensional nanofabrication with a rubber optical element, 
E Bulletin of the SPIE, November 2004.

Best of Small Tech Winners Named, 
Small Times Magazine, November 2004.

“Professor Rogers invited to serve as a member of the Editorial Board for Nano Letters,” 
September 2004.

Rogers’ research: Practical, inexpensive and still cutting edge,
Beckman Institute Newsletter on WTN award nomination, September 2004.

Next search for plastic,
Scientific American, August, 2004.

“Professor Rogers invited to serve as a Volume Organizer for the 2006 edition of the MRS Bulletin,” 
August 2004.

Process prints silicon on plastic,
MIT’s Technology Review Magazine, August, 2004.

Process prints silicon on plastic,
Technology Research News, July 28, 2004.

Inside plastic transistors: Crystal-clear window opens on hidden flows,
Science News, July 24, 2004.

UI research gets flexible,
The News-Gazette, July 19, 2004.

Printable silicon for ultrahigh performance flexible circuits,
UIUC College of Engineering Homepage, July 14, 2004.

Printable silicon for ultrahigh performance flexible electronic systems,
Inside Illinois, July 1, 2004.

Printable silicon for ultra-high performance flexible electronic systems,
The Hindu (online), June 24, 2004.

Thinner silicon chips for making flexible thin film transistors,
Webindia123.com, June 22, 2004.

Thinner silicon chips for making flexible thin film transistors,
NewKerala.com, June 2004.

Printable silicon for ultrahigh performance flexible electronic systems,
Innovations Report, June 2004.

A printable form of single crystal silicon for high performance thin film transistor,
Cover Image, Applied Physics Letters, June 28, 2004.

Printable silicon for ultrahigh performance flexible electronic systems,
UIUC News Bureau, June 17, 2004.

"Stamping out transistors, "
Materials Today, May 2004.

Special Issue on Organic Electronics,
Cover Image, Physics Status Solidi A, May 6, 2004

"Computers: A flexible future, "
The News-Gazette, April 12, 2004.

"Angle Speeds Plastic Transistor, "
MIT’s Technology Review Magazine, April 2004.

"Tiny Pumps Drive Liquid Circuits, "
MIT's Technology Review Magazine, March 2004.

"Peel and Reseal Light Emitting Diodes, "
Chemistry World, March 2004.

"Toward better, colorful devices, "
Chemical and Engineering News, March 15, 2004.

"High-performance, single-crystal plastic transistors reveal hidden behavior, "
Innovations Report, March 12, 2004.

"Tiny Pumps Drive Liquid Circuits, "
Technology Research News, March 2004.

"New Plastic Circuits Could Replace Paper, "
United Press International, March 12, 2004.

"New Approach to OLEDs, "
Materials Today, March 2004.

"Soft Lamination Improves Organic LED Performance, "
Photonics Spectra, February 2004.

"10 Emerging Technologies that Will Change Your World: Microfluidic Optics, "
MIT's Technology Review Magazine, January/February 2004.

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