Published in Features
22nd December 2014
Swedish research institute Acreo has developed a new generation of flexible and ultra-thin displays based on conventional screen printing technology and techniques.
Published in Features
19th December 2014
Johannes Zenglein talks to Rob Fletcher about how he recovered from recent troubles to re-establish his company as a market leader and win a FESPA Award.
Published in Features
12th December 2014
Simon Eccles shares the first part of his coverage from the Institute of Printing’s Printing and Graphics Science Group annual meeting, held in London.
Published in Features
10th December 2014
As a member of the Association of Event Organisers, FESPA is pleased to bring you their top ten tips for trade show exhibitors. 
Published in Industry News
9th December 2014
Agfa Graphics' low-migration inkjet inks have been selected as the winner of the “essenscia Innovation Award 2014".
Published in Features
9th December 2014
Chaitya Dhanvi Shah, managing director of Marvel Graphic Studio, was named a FESPA Gold award winner in the ‘Fine Art Print of the Year’ category.
Published in Features
8th December 2014
Paul Machin looks back at the enormous changes which have made the printing industry a safer place for employees and the environment, as he moves into retirement.
Published in Features
5th December 2014
Laurel Brunner hears back from the Danish government on why they think taxing print is a good idea.
Published in Industry News
5th December 2014
Coated paper utilises technologies developed for printed electronics as innovative substrate brings security and environmental features.
Published in Features
4th December 2014
The Finnish Forest Certification Scheme has become the first ever system to seek PEFC endorsement for the fourth time.
Published in Features
3rd December 2014
The Welsh Centre for Printing & Coating Technology held its 10th Annual Technical conference last month, we sent Barney Cox to find out more.
Published in Features
2nd December 2014
Lines between graphics and industrial manufacturing are becoming blurred as vendors increasingly hope to sell wide format printers to industrial users.  
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