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CAMBRIDGE, England, February 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- - New technology makes bendable, light, thin and unbreakable liquid crystal displays (LCDs)
Many schoolchildren are taught how to quickly and easily create a Mobius strip: Take a strip of paper, twist it once and join up the ends. This unique one-sided, three-dimensional shape rarely appears in nature, but a new study in the journal Science has found that it does appear in the polarization of an extremely short beam of laser light.
LCR Hallcrest’s booklet introduces the reader to Thermochromic Liquid Crystals (TLCs) and the variety of chemical compounds used in the formulation of thermochromic liquid crystals.
More than a quantum step forward toward the next generation of displays DARMSTADT, Germany, May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- -- Keynote speech by Michael Heckmeier: Synergies are
Paraffin wax and an LCD television have a lot more in common than you might think, according to a new study.
A team of material scientists, chemical engineers and physicists from the University of Pennsylvania has made another advance in their effort to use liquid crystals as a medium for assembling structures.
Heating a sheet of plastic may not bring it to life – but it sure looks like it does in new experiments at Rice University.
Displays for smartphones or tablet-PCs should be highly ruggedized at little overall weight. For curved displays, that might play a role in advertising or the automotive sector, a certain flexibility of the display materials is mandatory.
Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences An innovative measurement method was used at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw for estimating power generated by motors of single molecule in size, comprising a few dozens of atoms only. The findings of the study are of crucial importance for construction of future nanometer machines – and they do not instil optimism. Nanomachines are devices of the future. Composed of a...
Light traveling in a vacuum is the Universe’s ultimate speed demon, racing along at approximately 300,000 kilometers per second. Now scientists have found an effective new way to put a speed bump in light’s path.
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- In medicine, cauterization.