Quantum dots are THE nanomaterials success story. Quantum-dot enhancement film is widely used in LEDs for high definition televisions and displays, and are a multi-billion dollar market. However, what we have seen so far is the tip of the iceberg.
The next wave of QD display products will incorporate quantum dots on glass, quantum dot colour filters (QDCF) for microLEDS and displays, perovskite QDs and inkjet printed QDs. These areas are all under development by major electronics manufacturers such as Samsung and LG Display. According to major QD producer Nanosys, electroluminescent quantum-dot (ELQD) displays, which could subsume the OLED market, are also just around the corner. The proliferation of the consumer electronics market will continue to drive demand for these materials and this month also sees product development initiatives in camera sensors and biomedicine.
In this issue
- New nanotech commercial investments, agreements, collaborations and finance, April-May 2019.
- New nanotech products, April-May 2019.
- New graphene products, April-May 2019.
- Global nanomaterials regulations and policy news, April-May 2019.
- The market for ice-resistant coatings.
- Phase switching materials.
- Graphene coatings.
- Flexible printed electronic (FPE) film made from carbon nanotubes (CNT) and silver nanowires (AgNW).
- 100% cadmium-free quantum dot display.
- Nanoparticle technologies for the treatment of retinal diseases.
- Quantum dot production on India.
- Nano-coated salt for energy.
- Quantum dot sensor technology.
- Graphene quantum dots for anti-counterfeiting.
- Nanostructured electrode materials.
- Cellulose nanofiber plastics.
- Cellulose nanofiber production news.
- Cellulose nanocrystal production news.
- Flexible silver nanowires.
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