Philips has expanded its portfolio of quantum dot displays with the launch of a 55” 4K TV with QD Vision Color IQ™ optics. The superior color performance of Color IQ quantum dots, combined with Philips Ambilight technology, delivers premium picture quality and a truly immersive TV experience. QD Vision leads the industry with the largest number of manufacturers adopting its quantum dot solution for LCD displays.
Philips now offers a suite of quantum dot products to consumers using QD Vision’s Color IQ technology, including high-performance 27” LCD monitors. Color IQ optics produce natural, finely-tuned colors that enable better color saturation and color rendering than other technologies...
The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) is pleased to highlight an important Request for Information (RFI) issued today by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) seeking suggestions for Nanotechnology-Inspired Grand Challenges for the Next Decade: ambitious but achievable goals that harness nanoscience, nanotechnology, and innovation to solve important national or global problems and have the potential to capture the public’s imagination. The RFI can be found online and is discussed in a White House blog post . Responses must be received by July 16, 2015, to be considered.
As explained by Dr. Michael Meador, Director of the NNCO...
The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) is pleased to announce the launch of a workshop report and a web portal, efforts coordinated through and in support of the Nanotechnology Signature Initiative 'Nanotechnology for Sensors and Sensors for Nanotechnology: Improving and Protecting Health, Safety, and the Environment' (Sensors NSI). Together, these resources help pave the path forward for the development and commercialization of nanotechnology-enabled sensors and sensors for nanotechnology.
The workshop report is a summary of the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI)-sponsored event held September 11-12, 2014, entitled 'Sensor Fabrication, Integration, and Commercialization Workshop...
Researchers at Binghamton University are focusing on printed electronics: using inkjet technology to print electronic nanomaterials onto flexible substrates. When compared to traditional methods used in microelectronics fabrication, the new technology conserves material and is more environmentally friendly.
Think of inkjet printing and you’ll likely picture an old printer in an office. Not so if you’re Timothy Singler, director of graduate studies and professor of mechanical engineering at Binghamton University. In the Transport Sciences Core at the Innovative Technologies Complex, Singler is collaborating with Paul Chiarot and Frank Yong, assistant professors of mechanical engineering...
What is Nanomanufacturing?
Nanomanufacturing is the essential bridge between the discoveries of the nano sciences and real-world nanotechnology-enabled products.
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