Researchers from UC Berkeley have designed a millimeter-wide, light-emitting device that’s fully transparent when powered off. The material, just three atoms thick, could form the base for displays that would be invisible when turned off. Image credits Steve Webel / Flickr. The device is based on a novel material – a light-emitting, monolayer semiconductor. It was…
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