NewsFast, affordable solution proposed for transparent displays
and semiconductors

17th May 2021by admin0
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The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM)
under the Ministry of Science and ICT developed a roll-based
damage-free transfer technique that allows two-dimensional (2D)
nanomaterials to be transferred into wafer scale without damage.
The proposed technique has a variety of applications from
transparent displays and semiconductors to displays for
self-driving cars, and is expected to accelerate the
commercialization of 2D nanomaterial-based high-performance
devices.

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