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NextFlex News – August 2017 Newsletter

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NextFlex Innovation Day September 21 Calling all NextFlex members! Bring on your latest and greatest FHE-enabled demonstrators and prototypes for display at the Second Annual NextFlex Innovation Day and plan to join us for a day of celebration of progress made on project work, ramp-up of the Technology Hub, results …

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Making Internships Work (and Fun)

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By Brynt Parmeter, Director of Workforce Development, Education, and Training, NextFlex Over the summer, NextFlex embarked upon a very ambitious Internship program that has fully exceeded our expectations. Last summer we employed one intern. This summer, we employed thirteen. This included eleven high school interns, all rising seniors, and two …

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Arduino Goes Hybrid, Flexible

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Republished guest column from EETimes. By Wilfried Bair, NextFlex Flexible hybrid electronics are poised to enable the Maker movement with flexible Arduino microcontroller boards. A new generation of products is emerging based on low cost printed electronics with embedded silicon ICs and sensors. By eliminating the need for rigid enclosures, …

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IoT Needs To Get More Flexible

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Republished guest column from EETimes. By Wilfried Bair, NextFlex Flexible hybrid electronics can deliver much of what is promised for the future world of the Internet of Things. Startups and major corporations alike are collaborating to bring to market flexible, conformable and stretchable form factors that truly enable smart everything. Efforts …

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