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Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), have produced a blue-emitting semi-polar laser that is claimed to deliver a similar level of performance to state-of-the-art, conventional equivalents.
Date: 12/13/2013
With a little more fundamental research, Gallium Nitride LEDs could spark a lighting revolution, reducing lighting electricity use by 75%.
Date: 07/22/2009
Type: News
Technologies: Lighting & Displays
Umesh Mishra's group received $3 million in ARPA-E funding for vertical GaN semiconductor research.
Date: 12/12/2013
Type: News
Tags: ARPA-E, GaN, UCSB
Soraa, a LED company founded by leading Institute Faculty, has asked the EPA to address lighting color quality in the next ENERGY STAR standards. Left unaddressed, this lack of high color quality lighting products will lead to a stalling in consumer adoption of energy efficient lighting, says Soraa.
Date: 05/28/2013
Type: Article
Technologies: Lighting & Displays

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