Scientists Advance Affordable, Sustainable Solution for Flat-Panel Displays and Wearable Tech

January 22, 2024

New 3D-printable material could enable cheaper manufacturing processes for next-gen OLED televisions, smartphones, light fixtures, and wearable devices

A research team led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has developed “supramolecular ink,” a new technology for use in OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays or other electronic devices. Made of inexpensive, Earth-abundant elements instead of costly scarce metals, supramolecular ink could enable more affordable and environmentally sustainable flat-panel screens and electronic devices.

Read the full article about BSAC Co-Director Rayne's Zheng's research here.

Berkeley Lab