BUSINESSWEEK ONLINE : NOVEMBER 27, 2000 ISSUE
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Photo courtesy felice frankel/mit/center for materials science and engineering Rainbow's End
The romance of rainbow colors gives way to mathematical formulas in the nano world. Researchers at MIT developed a polymer-semiconductor composite that can emit different colors--in fact, all visible colors. The material could yield nano-size light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for wallpaper-thin computer displays and TV screens.



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