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Long-lasting near-infrared LEDs could be used to make cheap, flexible night-vision displays and sensors.
Solar cells, camera lenses, and LEDs could benefit from new antireflection coatings.
Making LEDs with microchip manufacturing methods could slash the cost of lighting.
Businesses could soon find that they can quickly recoup the higher up-front cost of high-tech lighting.
Dye-doped DNA nanofibers can be tuned to emit different colors of light.
Nanocrystals could light the way to using LEDs to replace the lightbulb.
Adding decoy photons to quantum-cryptographic signals should finally make them “unconditionally secure.”
Nanocrystals improve the efficiency and color range of LCDs.