(Via phys.org) A group of engineers from Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) have successfully printed flexible circuit boards using a common T-shirt printer. The circuits are printed using non-toxic organic materials, making the process extremely eco-friendly and can be printed on almost any surface, including plastic, paper and even aluminium foil. This breakthrough could eventually lead to cheap, green, disposable electronics and a greater use of integrated circuitry in everyday items.

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