By Rosemarie Szostak, Ph.D.
Originally published February 15, 2019
Viewed through the eyes of an innovation manager, quantum dot technology could either represent the best thing since sliced bread or your darkest nightmare. Quantum dots are dependent on the size of the nanoparticle and not the chemical nature of the material and enable applications ranging from large screen televisions (TVs) to packaging to medical diagnosis and imaging. Quantum dots have the potential to disrupt the status quo across virtually all industrial sectors. Your product may be obsolete and you just don’t know it yet.
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