Issue Date: May 29, 2017
Duo links quantum dots, OLED materials
Kyulux and Nanoco are joining forces to produce materials for displays making use of both organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and quantum dots. Japan’s Kyulux develops OLED display materials based on its “thermally activated delayed fluorescence” technology. Meanwhile, England-based Nanoco manufactures cadmium-free quantum dots that improve the brightness of liquid-crystal displays. The two companies hope to come up with ways to produce cheaper and more energy-efficient OLED displays.
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