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.
Indium Corporation’s Anson Yu, regional sales manager for Eastern and Northern China, will present on the company’s diverse portfolio of soldering solutions for the MiniLED market at the Mini LED Backlight Mass Production and Application Trend Conference, Thursday, July 28 in Shenzhen, China.
The potential "blue light hazard" to the retina posed by white light headlights is uncertain and has been discussed in recent research.
Pre-proof research in Nano Energy explores the hole interlayer-dependent interfacial energetics of light-emitting diodes by combining imaging contact polarization/potential difference and multi-time scale voltage/capacitance response.
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Understanding numerous biological processes and the response of cells to medicinal medications requires label-free, non-invasive, and statistical monitoring of cellular activity.
Candles create a warm light ideal for an unforgettable dinner or a relaxing evening at home. However, other illumination options, such as electric candles, emit harmful blue wavelengths that disrupt the circadian cycle.
Each year, about 100 million tons of rice husk waste is produced by milling rice to separate the grain from the husks. Researchers seeking a scalable method to fabricate quantum dots have created the first silicon quantum dot (QD) LED light by recycling rice husks.