Nanophotonica explains to TV 20’s David Snyder how he expects this material to work

by David Snyder – Technology Spotlight

It’s a “special sauce” without the “two all beef patties.” Instead, it may be used to dramatically spice up our smart phones. A highly-secret material made of microscopic particles developed at the University of Florida appears to have a very bright future in products as diverse as cell phones, solar panels, and inkjet printers. In the Technology Spotlight, Chris Morton, Ph.D., of a company called Nanophotonica explains to TV 20’s David Snyder how he expects this material to work.

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