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Laser-and Phosphor-Based Solid-State Lighting Communication System

Laser and phosphor-based solid-state lighting communication system that can be used for free-space visible light communication (VLC) that emits light in the near-ultraviolet (NUV) to violet region of the spectrum.

Self-Emissive Inorganic LED-Based Display and Methods for Preparing the Same

Inorganic III-V compound semiconductor micro devices, on the scale of tens of micrometers that are tailor-made for integration into high-brightness, flexible, transparent and energy-efficient RGB displays.

Integrated Reconfigurable Circulator

Photonic integrated circuit (PIC) comprised of an integrated non-reciprocal device that can be reversed, is monolithic, and can be integrated with lasers and modulators

Hybrid Growth Method for Improved III-Nitride Tunnel Junction Devices

Hybrid growth method for III-nitride tunnel junction devices that uses metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) to grow one or more light-emitting or light-absorbing structures and ammonia-assisted or plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) to grow one or more tunnel junctions.

Negative Photochromic Material With Tunable Properties

A class of materials with absorption spectras that are highly tunable in the visible and near infrared (NIR) wavelengths.

Sensitive, Specific Ratiometric Fluorescence-based DNA Detection

Fluorescent silver nanoclusters for nucleic acid detection. 

Maximizing Ammonia Concentrations in Supercritical Ammonia Containing Solutions

A method for maximizing the concentration of ammonia in autoclaves containing supercritical ammonia at elevated temperatures. 

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