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QD Vision’s Color IQ Quantum Dot Technology Wins 2015 Bronze Edison Award

QD Vision’s Color IQ Quantum Dot Technology Wins 2015 Bronze Edison Award

The Edison Awards™, celebrating 28 years of honoring the best in innovation and excellence in the development of new products and services, announced today that QD Vision was voted a Bronze Winner for its Color IQ™ quantum dot technology. [More]
Quantum Materials Takes Early Delivery of Larger Quantum Dot Production System

Quantum Materials Takes Early Delivery of Larger Quantum Dot Production System

Leading North American quantum dot manufacturer Quantum Materials Corp today announced it is taking early delivery of a new quantum dot (QD) production system over eight times larger than its current installed capacity. [More]
USPTO Awards Magnolia Solar Three Patents for Lightweight Thin-Film Flexible Solar Cells

USPTO Awards Magnolia Solar Three Patents for Lightweight Thin-Film Flexible Solar Cells

Magnolia Solar Corporation announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Magnolia Solar, Inc., has been recently awarded three additional patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Magnolia Solar, Inc. is the assignee of US Patents No. 8,921,687, 8,969,711, and 8,981,207. [More]
Nanoco and Marl Partner to Develop LED Lighting Products with Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Technology

Nanoco and Marl Partner to Develop LED Lighting Products with Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Technology

Nanoco Group plc, a world leader in the development and manufacture of cadmium-free quantum dots and other nanomaterials, and Marl International, a pioneer of the LED lighting industry, today announced that they have entered into a partnership to bring novel LED lighting products to market. The new products will feature Nanoco’s cadmium-free quantum dot technology. [More]
Nano-Electro-Robotic Device Created with Graphene Quantum Dots

Nano-Electro-Robotic Device Created with Graphene Quantum Dots

As nanotechnology makes possible a world of machines too tiny to see, researchers are finding ways to combine living organisms with nonliving machinery to solve a variety of problems. [More]
QSTORM Project Aims to Use Blinking Quantum Dots for Enhancing Microscopy Resolution

QSTORM Project Aims to Use Blinking Quantum Dots for Enhancing Microscopy Resolution

What happens when a chemical engineer and a physicist walk into a bar? They forge a collaboration that could change biological imaging. [More]
Quantum Rattles with Gold Nanoparticles Can Penetrate the Center of Cells

Quantum Rattles with Gold Nanoparticles Can Penetrate the Center of Cells

Researchers at Imperial College London and the Laboratoire de chimie de la matière condensée de Paris (CNRS/Collège de France/UPMC) have designed and developed hybrid gold-silica nanoparticles, which are turning out to be genuine therapeutic “Swiss Army knives”. [More]
Uptake of Quantum Dot Nanoparticles Traced from Water to Plant Roots, Leaves and Caterpillars

Uptake of Quantum Dot Nanoparticles Traced from Water to Plant Roots, Leaves and Caterpillars

In one of the most comprehensive laboratory studies of its kind, Rice University scientists traced the uptake and accumulation of quantum dot nanoparticles from water to plant roots, plant leaves and leaf-eating caterpillars. [More]
Specialized Scanning Tunnelling Microscope Studies Electronic States of Lead Sulphide Nanocrystals

Specialized Scanning Tunnelling Microscope Studies Electronic States of Lead Sulphide Nanocrystals

University of Oregon and Industry researchers have partnered to study the electronic states of lead sulphide nanocrystals in order to detect imperfections and enhance nanomaterial quality to be used in next-generation solar cells. [More]
Controlled Fusion of Semiconductor Quantum Dots Demonstrated Within Nanoreactor Cage

Controlled Fusion of Semiconductor Quantum Dots Demonstrated Within Nanoreactor Cage

Imagine building a chemical reactor small enough to study nanoparticles a billionth of a meter across. A billion times smaller than a raindrop is the volume of an E. coli cell. And another million times smaller would be a reactor small enough to study isolated nanoparticles. [More]