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Sangyoon Lee, senior vice president and general manager at Samsung’s Organic Materials Lab describes Samsung’s leading technologies and material design.

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Using nanotechnology to enhance the performance of LEDs and other light sources

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Nanotechnology research highlights: find out what the authors have to say

Non-tapered InN nanowires exhibit record narrow linewidths

Homogeneous structure allows band gap to be derived directly from PL spectroscopy in the range 5-300 K

Quantum-dot coating whitens LEDs

Korean team uses spin-coating technique to prototype white-light-emitting device

ZnS nanotubes available in template format

Highly controlled synthesis route provides foundation for investigating size-dependent phenomena

Coaxial cobalt-in-carbon nanotubes set optical-limiting benchmark

Applications for functionalized one-dimensional nanostructures include safety devices for sensitive optical detectors and human eyes

Nickel electrodes challenge ITO in OLED test

Thin-film nickel anode performs well in comparative study

Nano LEDs printed on silicon

Light-emitting quantum-dot patterns stamped directly onto hole transporting layer at room temperature

Selective area MOVPE drives III-V nano-integration on silicon

GaAs nanowires grown coherently on silicon without misfit dislocations

Microstructures control growth of organic light-emitting nanofibres

Gold-coated silicon microstructures guide nanofibers in preferred directions on sample surface

Nanocarbon suspension heats up

Study determines factors that contribute to increased thermal conductivity of nanofluids

Ion implantation embeds catalyst nanoparticles

Iron atoms introduced into easy-to-pattern SiO2 layers to nucleate nanowire growth

Nanoporous layer brightens LED performance

AlN layer patterned by AAO helps team to build better LEDs

Novel self-organized GaN nanorods

The development of high quality, self-organized and catalyst-free grown gallium nitride nanorods for LEDs, single photon emitters and biosensors

Handy control of ZnO film texture

Texture-controlled growth of ZnO films on substrates at room temperature by pulsed laser deposition

Smart PEG hydrogel enables highly selective nanoassembly

Microwell arrays assist self-assembly of colloidal structures for photonic crystal and biosensing applications

Nanoparticle arrays extract light on-demand

Full-field electromagnetic calculations direct researchers towards efficient light emitting devices and sensors

Annihilation of conductive paths and single electron trapping in SRO films

Understanding the electrical properties of silicon nanoparticles embedded in a dielectric matrix

Inexpensive and ecological production of ZnO nanorods

Important parameters uncovered by extensive statistical analysis

Phonons confined in nanorods

Size tunability of colloidal CdSe nanorods allows systemtic study of confinement effects

Photoluminescent, water-soluble Mn-doped ZnS quantum dots

A facile route to solubilize quantum dots in water

Nanoscale laser chemical processing and fabrication by a particle-lens array

A micro/nano-lens array based on self-assembled particles now shows promise for large-area laser nanofabrication and assisted chemical etching