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“Soraa Inc. on Wednesday plans to disclose the benefits of an unusual technology for manufacturing semiconductors known as light-emitting diodes, which have found applications such as traffic signals and appliances but aren't widely used to light up homes or offices.”
“Also on the radar are uniforms embedded with light-emitting diodes that produce glowing promotional images; or uniforms made of "smart fabrics" woven with sensors to monitor the condition of soldiers, firefighters or other workers assigned to dangerous environments.”
“Here's another acronym to throw into the TV alphabet soup: OLED, for organic light-emitting diode.”
“When we cleared the top of the concrete structure we were blinded with thousands of light-emitting radiation sources.”
“The country also accounts for a significant share of components used in liquid-crystal-display panels and related products, including glass and light-emitting diodes.”
“Sandia National Laboratories A light-emitting diode attached to a self-guided bullet shows its winding path in a test.”
“It's a great work of discovery, with potential applications that range from light-emitting diodes to improved diesel engines," said chemist Nancy B. Jackson, president of the American Chemical Society.”
“Dept of Energy and state Dept. of Natural Resources to install 1,300 LED, or light-emitting diode, street lights soon.”
“Global TV manufacturers are also focusing their attention on brighter and more energy-efficient organic light-emitting diode displays.”
“Samsung Electronics Co. has been increasing its market share with its organic light-emitting diode display panels, which are finding more applications in smartphones and hand-held game machines.”
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