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Solid State Lighting and the Nobel Prize
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A recent NRC report on solid state lighting describes the work on blue light-emitting diodes that led to the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics. A website drawing on the NRC report describes the essential features of this new technology that is now finding its way into homes. A second NRC report describes the material science advances behind this technology.

 

Assessment of Advanced Solid State Lighting | Report in Brief (PDF)
 

Harvesting the Fruits of Inquiry: How Materials Discoveries Improve Our Lives

 

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