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Your next big-screen TV may be built with Orlando tech

Sometimes, big things come in small packages — even nano-sized. Orlando-based NanoPhotonica is creating the base materials used in the next generation of Christopher Morton holds QLED (quantum light emitting diodes) that are the result of the nanotechnology developed by NanoPhotonica. Read More

Orlando tech firm touts next-gen lighting for smartphones, tablets

By Richard Burnett, Orlando Sentinel When Chris Morton looks at the screen of an iPhone or Android, he sees the past. But in his company’s laboratory, he sees the future. The longtime Orlando high-tech executive and his cadre of scientists at the University of Florida say they have created the next big thing for smartphone […]

Nanophonica Wins Cade Prize (Press Coverage)

March 13, 2013 – Medical fields dominate Cade Museum Prize finalists April 9, 2013 – Final Four inventions selected for Cade Museum Prize April 9, 2013 – UF Presence Great in Cade Museum Prize Finals April 9, 2013 – Two Local Companies Advance to Cade Museum “Final Four” April 12, 2013 – Cade Museum invention […]

14 semi-finalists to compete for Florida IDEA grants

Florida IDEA, an organization committed to supporting business innovation and economic advancement in Central Florida, has selected 14 semi-finalists — including nine from Central Florida — to compete in its inaugural grants cycle. The semi-finalists were chosen from 48 applications received from Central Florida-based entrepreneurs and companies focused on information technology, medical devices or material […]