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February 28th, 2005

U of T researchers take flexible displays to market

Abstract:
A University of Toronto professor, Zhenghong Lu, is in the process of securing a patent for his work in developing a way of using carbon material called fullerene to make organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays. The schoolís Innovations Foundation said it will spin off a firm, Norel Optronics Inc., which will license the technology to various display manufacturers.

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