That giant sucking sound coming from your desktop is the computer screen drawing twice as much energy than should be necessary to create a crisp image. University of Rochester scientists are out to change that, unveiling in the Feb. 11 issue of Nature a new class of optical materials that efficiently creates the kind of light prized by manufacturers of displays for computers, televisions, and entertainment systems.
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