Polyera is founded.
Polyera demonstrates flexible TFT with integrated materials stack.
Co-Founder Tobin J. Marks awarded the National Medal of Science.
Polyera raises series A funding of $4mm, led by private investors.
Polyera expands its R&D facilities at the Illinois Science + Technology Park to 14,000 square feet covering a suite of chemistry, material science, and device physics capabilities.
Polyera publishes on a new class of semiconductor materials in Nature, continuing to push the state of the art in flexible electronics.
Polyera demonstrates full TFT material stack suited for the production of flexible displays.
Polyera raises $5mm series B financing, led by Solvay.
Polyera opens its Taiwan offices, focusing on the transfer of turn-key solutions for the production of flexible display backplanes.
Polyera files its 100th patent application.
Polyera demonstrates first flexible display prototypes using turnkey fab processes.
Polyera raises $24.5mm series C financing, co-led by Chengwei Capital and Tsing Capital.
Polyera opens its Zhubei flexible display pilot line in Taiwan.
Polyera begins scale up of supply chain for flexible-display mass production.
Polyera opens its San Francisco office, focused on the development of consumer products incorporating flexible displays.
Polyera demonstrates flexible OLED panels with high mechanical robustness.
Polyera Announces the Wove™ Band, the world’s first product featuring a flexible display, enabled by Polyera Digital Fabric Technology™.