Quantum dot LCD displays continue to come to market, with Nanosys leading the pack..... for now

We recently spoke with Nanosys' (see the June 11, 2013 LREJ) Corporate Communication Manager Jeff Yurek about Nanosys’ latest developments – including adding a second film partner, the Korean film manufacturer LMS - to its existing one with 3M – and the recent news about Samsung and LG's plan's to m...

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