The most popular bioorganic LED display developed

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The performance of bioorganic LED display developed by Israel is comparable to that of OLED

it is reported that storedot, an Israeli start-up, is currently developing a new nano dot display, which adopts the electroluminescence property of nano dots. This material emits light when energized - similar to OLED emitters. In fact, storedot's peptide compounds can basically replace organic emissions in OLED displays. Therefore, they call this technology bio LED or bio organic LED

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storedot was established in 2011 to develop and commercialize a new polypeptide based technology, which was first discovered by Tel Aviv University. Storedot's technology can synthesize new nano materials ("inspired by nature") for a variety of applications, such as displays, batteries, memories, and so on

peptides are composed of short chain amino acid monomers or a simple protein. Storedot's main industrial production method is to stop the process of peptide self-assembly into large carbon nanotube structures. Through this process, peptides are assembled into small structures. Storedot then combines it with proprietary compounds that can turn these small peptides into quantum dot like materials (storedot calls them nanodots). But stor does not store relevant information.) EDOT's nano dots do not contain organic and metal, and are smaller than any other type of quantum dots

the company initially aimed to develop storage devices based on these nanodots, but after a large Asian display manufacturer participated and invested a large amount of money (more than $6million), the company shifted its focus to displays. Like quantum dots, nanodots can use two mechanisms: photoluminescence and electroluminescence

storedot said that compared with existing OLED transmitters, bio-led transmitters have three main advantages. First, it is easy to process. Their compounds can evaporate, they can be applied to solutions, and they can also be linked into polymers and processed through microelectronic production technologies (such as lithography)

storedot's compounds are quite stable. The working principle of the deformation measurement of the service life of bio-led display: the life is up to hundreds of thousands of hours, although there is no accurate measurement. In addition to environmental protection, the biggest advantage of these materials is that they are not easy to oxidize. Unlike OLED, bio-led is not sensitive to the environment. Storedot uses a variety of methods to deposit materials, and says that the deposition process basically includes a simple "package", which is not enough. OLEDs are very sensitive to oxygen and water. Packaging is one of the biggest challenges for flexible OLED displays, so this may be a major advantage over OLEDs

The last advantage of bio LED display is that the materials are readily available and very cheap. Storedot uses compounds and peptides that are currently widely used in other applications, and has a "secret formula" on how to synthesize them

of course, this is an early stage technology. Storedot hopes to produce a simple bio LED flexible display prototype by the end of 2014. They believe that if everything goes well, bio LED displays may be commercialized around 2017

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