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New materials such as carbon nanotubes and organic molecules with conducting/semiconducting properties will enable a new generation of displays that will generate $3.4 billion in annual revenues by 2009, according to a new report, "The Market for Flexible Displays and Field Emission Displays," from NanoMarkets LC, a market research and consulting firm based in Sterling, Va. For more information, visit: www.nanomarkets.net . . . Opto Diode Corp. announced it has completed its new domestic wafer fabrication facility, in Newbury Park, Calif., and that its cleanroom facility and 6-in. wafer line are in full production. The company, based in Newbury Park, is a supplier of visible, high-power LEDs and IRLEDs; it recently introduced a line of high-performance photodiodes and now offers silicon photodetectors and gallium aluminum arsenide devices. . . . PicoQuant GmbH, a German manufacturer of picosecond diode lasers, photon counting instrumentation and fluorescence measurement systems, has moved its offices and laboratories to a new site in Berlin. The new premises include larger laboratory space. Its new visitor and delivery address is: Kekulestrasse 7, 12489 Berlin, Germany. The mailing address is unchanged: Rudower Chausse 29 IGZ, 12489 Berlin, Germany.
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