Scientific paper published

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Symbiotic partner VTT has published a scientific paper based on research performed in the project in its Work Package 2 (“MIP based biosensors for cancer biomarkers”). The paper, titled “Inkjet printable anode ink for fuel cell applications” (link), was published in the Ingenta Connect website, and was authored by various participants in the Symbiotic project, namely Liisa Hakola, Tiina Maaninen, Saara Tuurala, and Anu Vaari.

The paper describes a technique to create the catalyst layer of fuel cells by using printable ink, and demonstrates how this improves over other techniques. It describes the two formulations that have been successfully manufactured and inkjet printed with laboratory scale printheads (a water based ink and a solvent based ink), and the advantages of each approach.