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Recyclable Display Screens Built from Proteins

Posted January 29, 2017 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

A display technology based on luminescent proteins may enable cost-effective, environmentally friendly manufacture of displays for computers, TVs, and mobile devices. The proteins can be used both for backlighting and for color filters, developers say.


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Re: Recyclable Display Screens Built from Proteins

01/29/2017 8:03 AM

Let's not make these displays too nutritious or Fido will be eating more than just homework.

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Re: Recyclable Display Screens Built from Proteins

01/29/2017 11:26 AM

Yup, looks like everybody going paperless!

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Re: Recyclable Display Screens Built from Proteins

01/30/2017 10:23 AM

Yipee!!!

A display that will crap in your pocket.

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