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    QD Vision’s Seth Coe-Sullivan is using quantum dots to make vibrant, flexible screens.

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    Playful new cooking based on traditional methods and weird ingredients will supplant the industrial techniques that dominate modernist cuisine.

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    Qualcomm uses the ­mechanism that gives color to butterfly wings to make low-power, full-color e-reader displays.

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    Every January, up to 150,000 people swarm the ­Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where they mainly see salesmen and models touting slick gadgets under bright lights. Most visitors miss the ­surprises that can be found in a plain corner called the “International Gateway,” where manufacturers from Asia display unglamorous components and offbeat items.

    Photographs by Gregg Segal

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