Nanosys Quantum Dot technology is a 3-Time winner of the Society for Information Display's prestigious Best In Show Award. This year the award was given for Nanosys' collaboration with Dolby for a display with a true-to-life experience. The stunning display shows 2,000 nits of peak brightness, DCI-P3 color gamut and 16 F-stops of dynamic range– without drawing more power than a standard display thanks to super-efficient Quantum Dots from Nanosys.
Nanosys manufacturing partner 3M was awarded a Best In Show award for 55" TV displays enhanced with Nanosys QDEF.
Nanosys, Inc., an advanced materials architect, today received the 2012 Display Industry Awards Gold Display Component of the Year for its Quantum Dot Enhancement Film (QDEF) from the Society for Information Display (SID).
Dr. Chen will present an SID DisplayWeek distinguished paper award-winning paper on Nanosys' QDEF technology titled: A High-Efficiency Wide-Color-Gamut Solid-State Backlight System for LCDs Using Quantum-Dot Enhancement Film at 9AM on Friday, June 8th at the Boston Convention Center as part of the Novel Backlights track.
Nanosys, RealD and Samsung Recognized as Standout Exhibitor Products and Technologies
CAMPBELL, Calif., May 18, 2011-- The Society for Information Display (SID), the leading global organization dedicated to the advancement of electronic display technology, today announced the winners of the first-ever Display Week Best in Show awards. These awards were created to highlight the most significant new products and technologies showcased on the exhibit floor during the 49th annual SID International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition, currently underway this week at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Best in Show awards are being presented today during the annual SID luncheon at Display Week 2011, where the winners of the venerable Display of the Year awards are also being honored.
Nanosys was named among Grow-California’s 2011 Top 40 Clean Tech Innovators. The “Top 40” companies were nominated by the Grow-California committee, as well as dozens of other California-based professional services, firms, suppliers, investors, banks and academia who identified these clean tech companies that were distinguished from competitors because of their focus on innovation and important contributions to California’s economic growth.
The Materials Research Society (MRS) has selected Peidong Yang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, to receive the 2011 MRS Medal. This prestigious honor recognizes a specific outstanding recent discovery or advancement that is expected to have a major impact on the progress of a materials-related field. Yang was named MRS medalist for "outstanding contributions in the creative synthesis and assembly of semiconductor nanowires and their heterostructures, and innovations in nanowire-based photonics, thermoelectrics, solar energy conversion and nanofluidic applications." Continue reading here
Next generation LED displays will have exceptional color quality, lower power usage
Nanosys congratulates LG Innotek (LGIT) on winning the CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Award in the Enabling Technologies product category for their QD BLU, an LED display backlight unit that incorporates Nanosys’ QuantumRail™ technology.
Nanosys and LGIT have worked together over the last year to develop a new approach to LED display backlighting, based on quantum dot technology, that will enable the screens of mobile devices to display richer colors while using less energy. A demonstration of the QD BLU will be featured at LGIT’s booth at the 2011 International CES January 6-9, 2011.
Nanosys Inc., was the winner in the Health category at the Silicon Valley Business Times’ 2010 Emerging Technology Awards, for developing a way to clot blood instantly, a technology that can help save the lives of traumatically injured people.
Nanosys was recognized as a runner-up in the Semiconductors category in the 2010 Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards for QuantumRail, a component that delivers more vibrant color and brightness in notebooks and mobile devices as well as increased energy efficiency.
Palo Alto, Calif., October 8, 2009 – Nanosys, Inc. today announced that it was chosen by AlwaysOn as a winner of the OnDC Top 100 Awards. The prestigious award honors private companies that have made major developments impacting the public sector by demonstrating significant market traction and innovative technology. Process ready architected material components from Nanosys are enabling manufacturers to unlock industry-wide barriers in the fields including lighting, energy storage and conservation, while opening new doors to revenue and contributing to global innovation.Nanosys was selected from a group of technology companies nominated by global investors, bankers, journalists and industry insiders. Judges conducted a rigorous three-month selection process to finalize the 2009 list and Nanosys will be honored at AlwaysOn’s OnDC event on October 19 – 21 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington , D.C. The two-and-a-half-day executive event features CEO presentations and high-level debates on sectors most impacted by the federal government including greentech, on-demand computing and IT security, education, and the life sciences.
“Being selected by AlwaysOn for this award affirms Nanosys’ long standing commitment to the public sector, namely in the use of our technologies in energy and defense related applications,” Jason Hartlove, President and CEO of Nanosys said. “We are proud of the progress we have made in introducing architected materials into these applications and look forward to continued progress and adoption.”