A new electrode material has been developed by researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University. This material is used in deep-ultraviolet (DUV) light-emitting diode applications.
Numerous photochemical processes depend on UV light from ineffective or unsafe light sources that the LED technology would find hard to substitute due to certain technical aspects.
The intense requirements of assembling microLED chips have proven to be a challenge, but recent impressive advancements in mass transfer techniques have shown to be a promising solution.
Avicena, the leader in high-performance microLED-based chip-to-chip interconnects, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of a microLED fabrication facility and associated engineering team from Nanosys.
Biotium, a leading supplier and inventor of fluorescent tools for life science research, announces the release of the next-generation Gel-Bright™ Laser Diode Gel Illuminator.
Resolve Optics is a leading OEM design and development supplier of top quality, high performance large format lenses.
A research team from Florida State University has discovered a new method for generating blue light from a family of materials that has tremendous potential for optoelectronic devices, such as solar cells, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and lasers.
In an article published in the journal Cryogenics, researchers presented the results of simulations and experimental tests of the shadow sensors embedded in the Birmingham Optical Sensors and Electromagnetic Motors (BOSEMs) to establish whether BOSEMs are suitable candidates for cryogenic applications.
An article published in the journal Micromachines, proposes a method of packaging wide-angle (WA) mini-LED devices without optical lenses to create an ultrathin, highly efficient, flexible planar backlight for portable quantum dot light-emitting diode (QLED) displays.
A prototype LED chip-pumped system employing blue phosphor reported by a recently published study in ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering can create full-spectrum warm white light with diminished blue light intensity. The proposed blue phosphor has the potential to accelerate the manufacturing of human-centric WLED lighting.