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.
According to a new study from the University of Toronto, Scarborough, the same light bulbs installed in public spaces and offices can destroy HIV and coronaviruses.
No one would ever imagine crumpling up their smartphone, television or another electronic device. Today's displays – which are flat, rigid and fragile – lack the ability to reshape to interactively respond to users.
Associate Professor Hiroto Sekiguchi of Toyohashi University of Technology’s Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, along with other collaborators developed a pliant and multipoint microLED array film.
For the first time in the world, the Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (President Sang Jin Park, hereby termed as KIMM), an institute under the Ministry of Science and ICT, has invented a new stretchable meta-display technology that can be extended up to 25% without image degradation.
Television screens are getting bigger, sharper, and more colorful, and they could now be up to 30% brighter.