Bulk nanomaterials could slash LCD costs

from the really-flat-panel-displays dept.
Brian Wang writes "EE Times has an article of a method for fabricating liquid crystal displays that employs self-assembling molecular arrays, and has the potential of disrupting the $1.3 billion LCD optical material market if its developers are able to bring their research to commercial mass production.
Optiva Inc. (South San Francisco, Calif.) has developed a new proprietary molecular engineering method to produce supramolecular lyotropic liquid crystals and optical coatings based on this material. This method could lead to producing LCDs at one-fifth of today's manufacturing costs."

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