Latest Molecular electronics Stories
It's not easy going green. For home lighting applications, organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) hold the promise of being both environmentally friendly and versatile.
A hybrid transparent and stretchable electrode could open the new way for flexible displays, solar cells, and even electronic devices fitted on a curvature substrate such as soft eye contact lenses
LG Display announced that it will demonstrate a new, flexible smartphone panel that is apparently unbreakable as well.
Thermoelectric materials can be used to turn waste heat into electricity or to provide refrigeration without any liquid coolants, and a research team from the University of Michigan has found a way to nearly double the efficiency of a particular class of them that's made with organic semiconductors.
South Korean consumer electronics giant LG has just thrown the TV industry a curve ball. The company is now accepting pre-orders for its new 55-inch Curved OLED TV.
Researchers at Wake Forest University's Organic Electronics group have come up with a novel solution to one of the biggest technological barriers facing the organic semiconductor industry today.
LG and Samsung compete against one another on multiple battlefields, including smartphones and televisions. Last summer, the two companies got in a tussle over some trade secrets about OLED technology and senior engineers who moved from one company to the other.
University of Oregon chemists have synthesized organic molecular structures that move both positive and negative electrical charges -- a highly desired but often difficult combination to achieve in current efforts to create highly flexible electronic devices and other new-age technologies.
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