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Quantum Dots Are Finding Their Place in the World

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Lynn Savage, Features Editor, [email protected]

There has been a panoply of research into the next big thing in quantum dots – those semiconducting artificial atoms that are ubiquitous in fluorescence imaging, biological and chemical sensing, and display applications. Quantum dots of more (or less) exotic materials and with more (or less) interesting shapes are demonstrated on almost a weekly basis. It is the heyday for the field. But getting less attention are the practical issues of handling quantum dots in such a way that their functionality can be maximized and their use more broadly commercialized. What follows is a look at...Read full article

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