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Businesses could soon find that they can quickly recoup the higher up-front cost of high-tech lighting.
Solar-cell manufacturing techniques could yield LEDs that require 20 percent less energy.
A new lighting system uses network cables, instead of electrical wires, to supply power and carry data.
Nanocrystals improve the efficiency and color range of LCDs.
Biodegradable circuits could enable better neural interfaces and LED tattoos.
Embedding microlenses in thin films could bring 3-D movies and games to mobile devices.
Flexible arrays of bright inorganic LEDs could mean cheaper displays and lighting.
Dye-doped DNA nanofibers can be tuned to emit different colors of light.