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Nanoco to Present Latest Innovations in Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Technology at SID Display Week

Nanoco Group plc, a world leader in the development and manufacture of cadmium-free quantum dots and other nanomaterials, today announced Dr. Nigel Pickett, Nanoco’s Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, will be a featured speaker at the Society for Information Display’s (SID) Display Week Conference in Los Angeles, CA, May 21-26, 2017.

During his talk, “Innovation in Heavy Metal-Free Quantum Dot Display Technology” (Session 39.4) scheduled for Wednesday, May 24 at 4:30-4:50 pm PDT (Room 515B), Dr. Pickett will share information about the latest innovations in cadmium-free quantum dot technology, increasingly sought after by leading global display manufacturers today, and how this sustainable technology delivers the brilliant viewing experience consumers demand, without compromising performance.

With more than 400+ Symposium presentations and thousands of attendees, SID Display Week is the premier international event for the electronic display industry, addressing current and emerging issues pertinent to manufacturers looking to succeed in a changing global marketplace. As a significant breakthrough in LCDs and the 4K TV market, quantum dots continue to be a standout technology, with their natural ability to deliver brilliant color performance in displays as well as LED lighting for a variety of applications, while improving energy efficiency. Given the increasing global regulations against cadmium and other heavy metals that comprise traditional quantum dots, only sustainable, Cadmium-free quantum dots can deliver upon the advanced performance roadmap of LCDs, today and into the future.

To schedule a time to meet with the Nanoco team during Display Week and learn more about its CFQD® quantum dot technology and products, contact: [email protected]  Please include your name, company and contact details.


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