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Nanosys licenses quantum dot technology from Israeli university

by Alexander H. Tullo
August 29, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 34

 

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Credit: Nanosys
Vials of Nanosys quantum dots emitting red, green, and blue light

Nanosys will license quantum dot technology developed by Uri Banin, a chemistry professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The portfolio includes 60 issued and pending patents related to heavy-metal-free quantum dots and structures, such as nanorods for improved photoelectronic performance. Nanosys says its quantum dot materials have been used in 10 million displays worldwide.

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