Nanoco To Present At UK Lighting Conferences
Company to show cadmium-free quantum dot technology in high-end LED lighting and horticulture
Nanoco, a developer of cadmium-free quantum dots and other nanomaterials, has announced it will be presenting at LuxLive and Strategies in Light Conferences, November 17-19 in London, UK.
Members of Nanoco's executive team will be delivering two 30 minute presentations during the conference: "˜Light People Like' by Steve Reinhard, VP of business development, November 18, 2pm at Strategies in Light, Excel in London, UK; and 'Quantum dots and how they'll revolutionise colour in lighting' by Dale Needham, business development director, Nanoco and Adrian Rawlinson, managing director, Marl International on November 19 at 11am at the LuxLive Tech Theatre, Excel in London, UK
At LuxLive, Nanoco and its LED lighting partner Marl International will be demonstrating four product lines based on Nanoco's CFQD quantum dot film technology as a solution for high-end lighting applications.
Nanoco will also display its patent-pending Deep Red CFQD quantum dot film for horticultural applications, designed to promote the propagation and vegetative stage of plant growth and stimulate greater chlorophyll absorption - important for higher yielding plants.
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