Taiwanese researchers introduce first erasable electronic paper

Published: 8 August 2011 y., Monday

Taiwanese researchers are taking recycling to a new level with "i2r e-Paper", a rewritable electronic paper that can be re-used up to 260 times. The developers say their e-paper will soon replace the conventional paper used for signs and posters.

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