A roundup of the latest materials science research from the past week.
Blue laser diodes operated in stimulated emission offer a potential alternative to traditional solid-state lighting based on light-emitting diodes.
A new compact sensor system based on an LED pumped polymer laser detects explosive vapors quickly and sensitively.
Researchers at UC Santa Barbara and École Polytechnique confirm that Auger recombination theory is responsible for LED droop phenomenon.
Researchers have solved a long-standing materials science problem, making it possible to create new semiconductor devices using zinc oxide.
Scientists of KIT and the University of Toronto have succeeded in manufacturing silicon-based light-emitting diodes.
Discovery could bring widespread use of LEDs to homes and businesses.
ICOS WI-2280 designed specifically for defect inspection and 2D metrology for LED applications.