Nanosys gets RoHS compliant with high-performance, low-Cd formulations leading the pack...for now

We recently spoke to Charlie Hotz, the vice president of research and development at Nanosys (see the September 1, 2015 LRUIJ) about the company’s recent announcement of Hyperion, a new quantum dot (QD) material system for displays. According to Charlie, Hyperion is a low cadmium (Cd) concentrati...

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