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A research team led by Institute faculty member Chris Van de Walle believes they have identified the source of absorption loss in green lasers.
Date: 08/06/2010
Type: Article
Scientists at Sandia National Labs have developed a diode laser with lighting quality comparable to incadescents and the new lights could compete with LEDs once cost competitive.
Date: 10/26/2011
Type: News
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), led by material scientists Kristin Denault and Michael Cantore, have combined laser diodes with inorganic phosphors to create efficient, stable sources of white light
Date: 11/07/2013
Type: Article
Technologies: Lighting & Displays
Institute faculty members Shuji Nakamura and Steven DenBaars are participating in LED research involving true green semipolar InGaN-based laser diodes beyond critical thickness limits using limited area epitaxy.
Date: 11/26/2013
Type: News
Technologies: Lighting & Displays

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