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January 26th, 2005

Kyoto University, Pioneer, and Rohm flexible display

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Kyoto University, Pioneer Corporation, and Rohm Corporation announced today that they have developed the "bio-luminescent transistor," an organic transistor with EL luminsense, and the "low heat expanding transparent substrate," through reinforcement of the original bio nanofibers technologies intended for use in flexible displays.

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