Posts tagged Dr. Paul Alivisatos
Small Wonders In Flat Screens: How Nanoscience Is Shaping The Future Of Television

Pultizer-nominated business journalist Russ Banham has written up a fantastic, detailed look at the development of Quantum Dot technology for displays, from their discovery in the early 1980's to today's HDR TVs. His piece includes great interviews with Nanosys CEO, Jason Hartlove, and scientific co-founder Dr. Paul Alivisatos. The full article can be read at Forbes BrandVoice and is sponsored by Samsung. Here's a brief snippet:

As a testament to the growing prominence of quantum dot technology, Samsung at CES 2017 unveiled three QLED TVs — a new line of 4K displays based on quantum dots that the company developed in association with Nanosys.

For the past several years, Samsung has been the largest strategic investor in Nanosys and works closely with the California company on research and development...

“Having a TV in your home that can reproduce all of the colors you’d expect to see in a movie theater with a professional-quality projector is pretty amazing,” Hartlove said.

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Nanosys co-founder Dr. Paul Alivisatos awarded the National Medal of Science by President Obama at the White House today

Nanosys co-founder Dr. Paul Alivisatos awarded National Medal of Science by President Obama at the White House today! Dr. Alivisatos is one of the early innovators of Quantum Dot technology for displays. Congrats Dr. Alivisatos!!

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Must see TV: take a peek inside Nanosys' Silicon Valley Quantum Dot fab with NBC Learn & Dr. Paul Alivisatos

Nanosys scientific co-founder and Director of the Lawerence Berkeley National Lab, Dr. Paul Alivisatos, takes NBC Learn on a tour of Nanosys' Silicon Valley Quantum Dot manufacturing facility. 

Dr Alivisatos, who recently received the 2016 National Medal of Science, talks with NBC reporter Kate Snow about how this amazing nanotechnology that he helped pioneer is changing the way our TVs work today... The section on Nanosys begins at 2:16 - enjoy!

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