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Your next TV might roll out of a printer

BloombergBusinessweek

Bruce Einhorn | September 2, 2016

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Your next TV might roll out of a printer

Kateeva: Enabling OLED Success

Solid State Technology

Shannon Davis | July 13, 2016

Solid State Technology catches the highlights of Conor’s keynote at SEMICON West 2016

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Kateeva: Enabling OLED Success

A Conversation with Chief Product Officer Eli Vronsky

OLED-Info

Ron Mertens | June 28, 2016

Eli caught up with Ron @ OLED-Info during Display Week. Tune into their discussion.

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A Conversation with Chief Product Officer Eli Vronsky

Lighting, displays and more go organic

Photonics Spectra

Hank Hogan | September 4, 2015

From lighting and television screens to displays, smart devices and light-absorbing windows, OLEDs are turning up in an increasing number of applications. Many companies are taking advantage of the opportunities they provide, working on more efficient, affordable solutions to allow greater manufacturing output.

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Lighting, displays and more go organic

Inkjet printing equipment for organic LED mass production

SPIE

Conor Madigan; Steve Van Slyke; Eli Vronsky | July 17, 2015

Conor, Steve & Eli explain why inkjet printing is optimum mass-production equipment solution for large-size OLEDs.

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Inkjet printing equipment for organic LED mass production

Top 6 OLED developments for 2015 (so far)

LinkedIn

Dennis McCarthy | June 10, 2015

OLED reporter Dennis McCarthy gives his take on key developments sending the OLED industry into high gear.

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Top 6 OLED developments for 2015 (so far)

DuPont to deliver bespoke material set for Kateeva’s YIELDjet platform

+PlasticElectronics

John Nelson | June 9, 2015

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DuPont to deliver bespoke material set for Kateeva’s YIELDjet platform

DuPont and Kateeva partner to advance OLED inkjet printing

Zachs Investment Research

Staff | June 2, 2015

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DuPont and Kateeva partner to advance OLED inkjet printing

Tackling the “Achilles’ heel” of OLED displays

MIT News

Rob Matheson | February 12, 2015

Inkjet-printing system could enable mass-production of large-screen and flexible OLED displays.

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Tackling the “Achilles’ heel” of OLED displays

Team up expedites large-size, inkjet OLED TV time-to-market

EE Times Asia

Paul Buckley | January 21, 2015

Kateeva, an inkjet printing equipment provider, and Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd, a global supplier of organic light emitting diode (OLED) materials, have entered a deal to collaborate on accelerating inkjet uptake for large-size OLED TVs. Kateeva developed a novel inkjet printing equipment for OLED mass production and the non-exclusive agreement allows Sumitomo to pair its inks with Kateeva’s YIELDjet platform to help speed affordable OLED TVs to market.

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Team up expedites large-size, inkjet OLED TV time-to-market

Kateeva and Sumitomo to pair P-OLED materials to Kateeva’s ink-jet system

OLED-Info

Ron Merton | January 13, 2015

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Kateeva and Sumitomo to pair P-OLED materials to Kateeva’s ink-jet system

OLED TVs To Cost 20-30% Less Than LCDs?

Forbes

Michael Kanellos | January 13, 2015

Nitrogen. 100 years ago it revolutionized agriculture. Kateeva now hopes to use it to change the market for big screen TVs.

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OLED TVs To Cost 20-30% Less Than LCDs?

Samsung-Backed Kateeva Heralds Curved & Flexible OLED TV

Samsung-Backed Kateeva Heralds Curved & Flexible OLED TV

Mike Wheatley | November 21, 2014

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Samsung-Backed Kateeva Heralds Curved & Flexible OLED TV

Mass Production of OLEDs Nears Reality

Laser Focus World

Conrad Holton | November 19, 2014

Two recent events have signaled that mass-production of flexible organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) may be reaching a critical point. First, the R2D2 OLED research consortium in Germany has begun investigating production-processes and technologies for manufacturing flexible and shapeable OLEDs, and California-based Kateeva has released an advanced OLED mass-production system.

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Mass Production of OLEDs Nears Reality

First Mass-Production YIELDjet Systems to Ship in November

+Plastic Electronics

John Nelson | November 18, 2014

Kateeva president Conor Madigan explains to +Plastic Electronics why its new YIELDjet Flex could replace shadow mask deposition equipment for the fabrication of organic layers in OLED stacks.

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First Mass-Production YIELDjet Systems to Ship in November

Kateeva Announces a New Ink-jet Based OLED Encapsulation System

OLED-Info

Ron Merten | November 18, 2014

Kateeva unveiled a new mass production flexible OLED thin film encapsulation (TFE) system based on their ink-jet technology. The YIELDjet FLEX can enable cost-effective encapsulation deposition, and Kateeva says that the first mass-production system will ship to a customer in Asia later this month.

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Kateeva Announces a New Ink-jet Based OLED Encapsulation System

Kateeva Introduces YIELDjet FLEX

OLED-Display.Net

Erich Strasser | November 18, 2014

First YIELDjet system is mass-production ready

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Kateeva Introduces YIELDjet FLEX

Here Are The Innovations Likely To Win The Nobel Prize For Chemistry

Business Insider

Ajai Raj | September 26, 2014

The winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry won’t be announced for a little while — Wednesday, October 8th, to be precise — but we may already have an idea of who might win, thanks to an annual analysis by Thomson Reuters

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Here Are The Innovations Likely To Win The Nobel Prize For Chemistry

Thomson Reuters Predicts Nobel Prize for Kateeva CTO Steve Van Slyke

Thomson Reuters

Staff | September 25, 2014

For their co-invention of the OLED, Thomson Reuters names Kateeva CTO Steve Van Slyke and Ching W. Tang as contenders for the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

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Thomson Reuters Predicts Nobel Prize for Kateeva CTO Steve Van Slyke

Chasing LG’s OLED TV, Samsung Bets on Inkjet Printing Tech

HDTVTest

Mike Wheatley | September 23, 2014

OLED is seen as the perfect technology for TV displays. It produces fantastic images, the screens can be flexible and thin, and they’re very easy on power consumption. But building OLED displays is easier said than done, especially when we’re talking larger screens for TVs.

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Chasing LG’s OLED TV, Samsung Bets on Inkjet Printing Tech

Samsung Bets On OLED Printer Maker Kateeva

IEEE Spectrum

Tekla Perry | September 19, 2014

Let’s talk OLEDs. The news this week is that OLED startup Kateeva, based in Menlo Park near Facebook’s campus, just collected another $38 million in funding, a chunk of that from Samsung.

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Samsung Bets On OLED Printer Maker Kateeva

Veeco boosts investment in wearable-device tech

Newsday NY

Ken Schachter | September 17, 2014

Veeco Instruments Inc. is doubling down on a Silicon Valley startup whose inkjet technology will be used to produce electronics like watches and tablets with flexible displays.

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Veeco boosts investment in wearable-device tech

Recent Hardware VC Deals To Watch

StrategyEye

Ben Graham | September 16, 2014

Hardware is one of the most important sectors in tech.

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Recent Hardware VC Deals To Watch

Kateeva raises $38M to bend screens on TVs, smartphones, wearables

Silicon Valley Business Journal

Cromwell Schubarth | September 15, 2014

Inkjet printing startup Kateeva raised $38 million as it works on technology for making flexible screens that could be used on TVs and other electronics.

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Kateeva raises $38M to bend screens on TVs, smartphones, wearables

Silicon Valley Hardware Startup Kateeva Raises $38M For Flexible Displays

VentureBeat

Dean Takahashi | September 15, 2014

Kateeva has raised $38 million to build flexible displays using its inkjet printing technology.

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Silicon Valley Hardware Startup Kateeva Raises $38M For Flexible Displays

Kateeva Raises $38 Million From Samsung and Others

OLED-Info

Staff | September 15, 2014

Kateeva announced that it closed its Series D financing round – the company raised $38 million dollars, with Samsung Venture Investment Corporation joining existing investors, including Veeco Instruments.

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Kateeva Raises $38 Million From Samsung and Others

OLED Startup Kateeva Hauls in Samsung as Investor

Xconomy

Martin LaMonica | September 15, 2014

OLED displays have a lot to offer: screens can be flexible and thin, produce great images, and consume little power.

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OLED Startup Kateeva Hauls in Samsung as Investor

Unbreakable Smartphones And Better TVs? Silicon Valley’s Quiet $110M Startup Could Make Them Both Reality

Forbes

Mark Rogowsky | September 15, 2014

When we last visited Kateeva, a startup based in a modest building not far from Facebook’s Menlo Park, Calif. headquarters, the company was fresh off the acquisition of a small firm halfway around the world.

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Unbreakable Smartphones And Better TVs? Silicon Valley’s Quiet $110M Startup Could Make Them Both Reality

Kateeva Raises $38M for Printable, OLED Display Screens

Venturewire

Lizette Chapman | September 15, 2014

A few weeks after unveiling a smartwatch with a curved screen, the venture arm of Samsung Electronic Co. Ltd. has led a $38 million growth round in Kateeva Inc . to bankroll the technology making it possible.

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Kateeva Raises $38M for Printable, OLED Display Screens

Kateeva receives $38 million in financing

Solid State Technology

Staff | September 15, 2014

Kateeva announced that it has closed its Series D round with $38 million in financing. The newest participant is Samsung Venture Investment Corporation.

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Kateeva receives $38 million in financing

Samsung joins $38 million investment round for Kateeva’s OLED inkjet platform

+Plastic Electronics

John Nelson | September 15, 2014

OLED inkjet equipment developer Kateeva announced the successful completion of a Series D funding push on 15 September.

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Samsung joins $38 million investment round for Kateeva’s OLED inkjet platform

Kateeva closes series D round with $38 million in financing

Printed Electronics World

Staff | September 15, 2014

Kateeva has announced that it has closed its Series D round with $38 million in financing.

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Kateeva closes series D round with $38 million in financing

Bendable Displays Are Finally Headed to Market

MIT Technology Review

Kevin Bullis | August 13, 2014

By the end of this year, a startup called Kateeva will start shipping manufacturing equipment that could finally bring flexible displays to market.

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Bendable Displays Are Finally Headed to Market

This New Technology Will Finally Bring Flexible Displays To Market

Gizmodo

Pranav Dixit | August 13, 2014

Flexible touch screens have been “just round the corner” for some time now. Heck, Samsung showed off a flexible screen at CES in January 2013. Sadly, it was just a prototype. The truth is that flexible displays just haven’t been durable enough for mass production. Until now.

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This New Technology Will Finally Bring Flexible Displays To Market

Conor Madigan, MIT EECS Profile

MIT EECS Connector

April 1, 2014

Founding Kateeva to put flexible and large-size OLEDs in the mainstream.

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Conor Madigan, MIT EECS Profile

What is the future of manufacturing?

World Economic Forum Blog

Rafael Reif | January 25, 2014

Davos 2014: MIT’s President reflects on the future of manufacturing. Cites Kateeva and others as examples of start-ups applying innovations in engineering to re-shape manufacturing.

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What is the future of manufacturing?

If This Startup Has Its Way, Your Next TV Won’t Be An LCD

Forbes

Mark Rogowsky | January 20, 2014

Tiny Kateeva, a startup in Menlo Park, Calif., is hoping its technology will be the game changer the industry needs.

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If This Startup Has Its Way, Your Next TV Won’t Be An LCD

Is OLED Dead? Here’s Why the Answer is No

Forbes

Michael Kanellos | January 3, 2014

Alain points to flexible as near-term sweet spot for OLED in pre-CES interview with Forbes.

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Is OLED Dead? Here’s Why the Answer is No

Kateeva uses Inkjet Printing for OLEDs

Nanalyze

December 14, 2013

One company that is looking to use inkjet printing to make the production of OLEDs economically viable is Kateeva.

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Kateeva uses Inkjet Printing for OLEDs

Oled Displays Made from Ink-Jet Printers

Core77

Christie Nicholson | December 4, 2013

The engineers at the equipment company Kateeva have recently launched with what they think is the solution to significantly push OLEDs ahead. And they are doing it with an old technology: ink-jet printers.

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Oled Displays Made from Ink-Jet Printers

Kateeva announced OLED inkjet printing equipment

Touch Display Research

Jennifer Colegrove, PhD | November 30, 2013

On November 20, Kateeva announced the new equipment YIELDJET– an inkjet printing manufacturing equipment solution to produce OLEDs in high volume.  It’s the world’s first inkjet printer engineered from the ground up for OLED mass production.

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Kateeva announced OLED inkjet printing equipment

OLED inkjet printer promises dramatic yield boosts

EE Times Asia

November 29, 2013

OLED manufacturing today is limited by vacuum evaporation techniques that use shadow masks for patterning. It is a simple and well-established technique, but inefficient, difficult to scale and prone to yield-killing particles, according to Kateeva, a Silicon Valley-headquartered company with operations in South Korea.

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OLED inkjet printer promises dramatic yield boosts

Kateeva announces YIELDjet—technique for printing OLEDs cheaper

Phys.org

Bob Yirka | November 22, 2013

A silicon valley based company called Kateeva has announced that it has developed a printing technique for mass production of OLED displays that is far cheaper that that used currently by other manufactures—they call it YIELDjet.

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Kateeva announces YIELDjet—technique for printing OLEDs cheaper

Advances in OLED Production Will Lead to Lower Prices

Energy & Capital

Tim Conneally | November 22, 2013

A five-year old California company called Kateeva has built a machine that changes the way OLED screens are manufactured.

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Advances in OLED Production Will Lead to Lower Prices

The OLEDs of the Future Could Be Inkjet Printed

Gizmodo

Jamie Condliffe | November 22, 2013

In the future we should hope for all of our displays to be OLED; it’s thin, light, deep with color, and energy efficient to boot. It’s also incredibly expensive. That could soon change, though, thanks to a jumped-up inkjet printer.

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The OLEDs of the Future Could Be Inkjet Printed

How Kateeva’s Inkjet Printing Could Make Better OLED Displays

TMCnet

Steve Anderson | November 22, 2013

Kateeva, a manufacturing equipment maker, is working on a means to help use inkjet printing technology to make OLED systems easier to build.

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How Kateeva’s Inkjet Printing Could Make Better OLED Displays

Inkjet printing could be the key to cheaper, better OLED displays — seriously

VentureBeat

Ricardo Bilton | November 22, 2013

Manufacturing startup Kateeva says it’s figured out a way to print OLED displays on giant inkjet printers, which should make it easier for companies to make both flexible and large-size displays.

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Inkjet printing could be the key to cheaper, better OLED displays — seriously

New inkjet printer spits out cheap OLED monitors better than your inkjet prints letters

The Register UK

Iain Thomson | November 22, 2013

In a presentation at the Printed Electronics USA 2013 Conference in California, local startup Kateeva has shown off a new method of producing OLED screens that it claims will last twice as long as current models and be much cheaper to manufacture in bulk.

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New inkjet printer spits out cheap OLED monitors better than your inkjet prints letters

Startup Kateeva using Inkjet printer and nitrogen to mass-produce OLED screens

ITProPortal

Chloe Albanesius | November 22, 2013

Can your old inkjet printer be used to produce a cheap OLED display? Not exactly, but a startup is using inkjet technology to simplify mass production of OLED screens.

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Startup Kateeva using Inkjet printer and nitrogen to mass-produce OLED screens

New inkjet printing solution for the mass production of OLEDs introduced

Ope-Journal

November 21, 2013

Kateeva, a US based company focused on OLED production technology, has just introduced an inkjet printing manufacturing equipment solution to produce large sized OLEDs in high volume and at the same time cut the costs of production named YIELDjet.

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New inkjet printing solution for the mass production of OLEDs introduced

Kateeva Uses Inkjet Printer to Mass Produce OLED Displays

PC Mag

Chloe Albanesius | November 21, 2013

Can your old inkjet printer be used to produce a cheap OLED display? Not exactly, but a California startup is using inkjet technology to simplify mass production of OLED screens.

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Kateeva Uses Inkjet Printer to Mass Produce OLED Displays

Ink-Jet Printing for OLED Displays Debuts

EE Times

R. Colin Johnson | November 21, 2013

Organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays have richer colors, are thinner and lighter, and can be fabricated for curved, bendable, wearable, or even roll-up displays. While OLEDs come at a high price, a California startup claims to have a less expensive solution to manufacturing.

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Ink-Jet Printing for OLED Displays Debuts

Your future OLED TV could be created with an inkjet printer

Engadget

Nicole Lee | November 21, 2013

The age of printed OLED TVs might finally be upon us however, as the company recently unveiled the YIELDJet, a machine it’s calling the “world’s first inkjet printer engineered from the ground up for OLED mass production.”

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Your future OLED TV could be created with an inkjet printer

New inkjet print tool bringing flexible OLEDs to market

+Plastic Electronics

Dan Rogers | November 20, 2013

US firm Kateeva has announced the launch of an inkjet printing system that will enable the mass-production of OLEDs, including potentially flexible displays.

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New inkjet print tool bringing flexible OLEDs to market

Kateeva launches high-volume inkjet OLED printer

Electronics Weekly

David Manners | November 20, 2013

Kateeva has produced an inkjet printer for manufacturing OLEDs in high volume called YIELDjet.

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Kateeva launches high-volume inkjet OLED printer

Kateeva introduce Yieldjet to print cost effective flexible-large OLED-Tv Displays

OLED-Display

Erich Strasser | November 20, 2013

World first mass production ready inkjet printing device to print OLEDs

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Kateeva introduce Yieldjet to print cost effective flexible-large OLED-Tv Displays

Kateeva finally unveil their YIELDjet OLED TV inkjet printing system

Oled-Info

November 20, 2013

 

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Kateeva finally unveil their YIELDjet OLED TV inkjet printing system

Startup Kateeva to super-size OLED TVs & cell phone screens for less

GigaOm

Ucilia Wang | November 20, 2013

Silicon Valley startup Kateeva is showing off its first equipment to produce large-format OLED panels, which it hopes will help make OLED TVs cheaper and popular one day.

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Startup Kateeva to super-size OLED TVs & cell phone screens for less

Inkjet Printing Could Be the Key to Next-Generation OLED Displays

MIT Technology Review

Mike Orcutt | November 20, 2013

Color-rich, energy-efficient, and flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays could soon be churned out more economically on giant inkjet printers.

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Inkjet Printing Could Be the Key to Next-Generation OLED Displays

Kateeva Proposes Printing to Make Displays

The Wall Street Journal

Don Clark | November 20, 2013

Not many hardware companies get funding these days, particularly those making manufacturing tools. Kateeva managed that feat, and now is ready to discuss its plans for shaking up display manufacturing.

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Kateeva Proposes Printing to Make Displays

CEA Names 15 Industry Leaders to be Inducted into The 2013 CE Hall Of Fame

Consumer Electronics Association

Mark Chisholm | May 10, 2013

Kateeva CTO Steve Van Slyke among the 15 “Greats”.

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CEA Names 15 Industry Leaders to be Inducted into The 2013 CE Hall Of Fame

Small lights, Big Impression

Chemistry World

Andy Extance | May 7, 2013

OLED displays are now a practical reality. Hear what OLED co-inventor and Kateeva CTO Steve Van Slyke has to say.

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Small lights, Big Impression