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Dye-doped DNA nanofibers can be tuned to emit different colors of light.
QD Vision is using its quantum dots in LED lighting to produce more pleasing white light.
A new way to print quantum dots could lead to brighter, more power-efficient displays.
A new approach avoids flexible electronics.
Replacing sapphire with silicon could lead to more-affordable LEDs.
Nanocrystals could light the way to using LEDs to replace the lightbulb.
Innovative displays that let more light reach the viewer could double the battery life of handheld devices.
New high-contrast displays could provide more-realistic images.
Infrared light-emitting nanowires could lead to optical communications on microchips.
Transparent transistors made from nanowires could mean bright and clear OLED displays.