The European Union launched a new initiative called OLAE+. They offer €18 million in collaborative R&D funding in the area of Organic & Large Area Electronics. OLEA+ is a competition that is open for participants from Austria, Catalonia, Flanders, Germany, Israel, Poland, Sweden and the UK, and first proposals must be submitted by January 31st 2012.

Possible applications for OLAE are rollable/flexible displays, large area efficient lighting, low cost solar cells, low-cost RFIDs and memories, flexible and environmental friendly batteries and more.

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