OLED company builds $900k R&D facility

June 2006
Electronics Weekly;6/21/2006, Issue 2246, p16
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This article reports that the manufacturer of organic LED materials OLED-T, based in Great Britain has invested $900,000 in a research and development facility on the Brunel University Science Park site, Uxbridge. The facility is a chemistry laboratory to support the production of its OLED materials known as ELAMATES and develop future generations of materials. According to CEO Myrddin Jones, the company is already supplying materials to display manufacturers in Korea, Japan and Taiwan.


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