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Smithers Apex Announces Date and Venue for Quantum Dots Forum 2015

Smithers Apex Announces Date and Venue for Quantum Dots Forum 2015

Smithers Apex is pleased to announce its second annual edition of Quantum Dots Forum 2015, taking place on March 18th at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco. The one-day event will cover market opportunities, developments in technologies, end user opportunities and challenges, innovations in applications and environmental issues related to Quantum Dots. [More]
Quantum Materials Enters Agreement with STAR Park to Quadruple Quantum Dot Production Space

Quantum Materials Enters Agreement with STAR Park to Quadruple Quantum Dot Production Space

Quantum Materials Corp today announced it has signed an agreement with STAR Park that will quadruple the Company's Quantum Dot production space when the new state-of-the-art lab and offices are completed on or before June 2015. The Company is also recruiting to double its scientific staff effective January 2015. [More]
Strategic Analysis Report on Global Quantum Dots Market

Strategic Analysis Report on Global Quantum Dots Market

This report provides strategic analysis of the global quantum dots market, and the market growth forecast for the period 2013 to 2023. [More]
EPA Honors QD Vision with 2014 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award

EPA Honors QD Vision with 2014 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award

QD Vision, Inc., the leading manufacturer of quantum dot optical components for LCD products, has won the 2014 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). [More]
Global Market for Quantum Dots Estimated to Grow at 90.8% CAGR

Global Market for Quantum Dots Estimated to Grow at 90.8% CAGR

The global market for quantum dots (QDs) was estimated to generate $121 million in revenues in 2013. This market is expected to reach about $1.1 billion in 2016 and about $3.1 billion by 2018, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 90.8% for the five-year period, 2013 to 2018. [More]
Researchers Demonstrate a New Type of Qubit Control

Researchers Demonstrate a New Type of Qubit Control

Where are the quantum computers? Aren't they supposed to be speeding up decryption and internet searches? After two decades of research, you still can't find them in stores. Well, it took two decades or more of research dedicated to semiconductors and circuit integration before we had digital computers. For quantum computers too it will take technology more time to catch up to the science [More]
Quantum Materials Expands Volume Production of Photoactive Quantum Dots

Quantum Materials Expands Volume Production of Photoactive Quantum Dots

Quantum Materials Corp today announced that it is scaling volume production of photoactive quantum dots for use in next-generation photovoltaic solar power technologies. While offering numerous advantages for solar power generation, the high cost and difficulty of producing large quantities of quantum dots with which to develop thin film solar cells has until now kept them from commercial utilization and acceptance. [More]
Photonic Crystal Etched Around Quantum Dots in Semiconductor Layer

Photonic Crystal Etched Around Quantum Dots in Semiconductor Layer

The researchers etched a photonic crystal around several quantum dots in a semiconductor layer. Quantum dots are small structures that spontaneously emit light as a consequence of atomic processes. [More]
Dow to Construct Large-Scale, Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Manufacturing Operation in South Korea

Dow to Construct Large-Scale, Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Manufacturing Operation in South Korea

The Dow Chemical Company announced today it will commence construction of the world’s first, large-scale, cadmium-free quantum dot manufacturing operation at the Company’s Cheonan, South Korea site. [More]
Ultrathin Metal Oxide Layers Can Control Properties of Quantum Dots

Ultrathin Metal Oxide Layers Can Control Properties of Quantum Dots

Researchers from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and the University of Oklahoma have found a new way to control the properties of quantum dots, those tiny chunks of semiconductor material that glow different colors depending on their size. [More]