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Florida IDEA, an organization committed to supporting business innovation and economic advancement in Central Florida, has selected 14 semi-finalists — including nine from Central Florida — to compete in its inaugural grants cycle. The semi-finalists were chosen from 48 applications received from Central Florida-based entrepreneurs and companies focused on information technology, medical devices or material […]
ORLANDO, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NanoPhotonica, a developer of advanced materials, has perfected realizable, breakthrough QLED display technology that it is commercializing for mass production. The company’s S-QLED technology improves on the picture quality and power consumption achieved by recently introduced OLED displays, while significantly reducing cost and improving lifetime well beyond what OLED can achieve. NanoPhotonica’s materials […]
by David Snyder – Technology Spotlight It’s a “special sauce” without the “two all beef patties.” Instead, it may be used to dramatically spice up our smart phones. A highly-secret material made of microscopic particles developed at the University of Florida appears to have a very bright future in products as diverse as cell phones, […]