US-based DowDuPont was established in 2015 as a merger between DuPont and Dow Chemical. The new company is a science-based material company active in agriculture, materials science and specialty products.
Both DuPont and Dow Chemical had extensive OLED programs, and the new company is continuing this R&D.
Dupont developed many solutions for the display industry, developing OLED materials and process solutions for many years. In 2016 the OLED-A published DuPont's soluble OLED performance. In 2015 DuPont built a state-of-the-art scale-up facility to produce OLED materials. Dupont has also developed a new manufacturing process that use a 'spray-printer' together with Dai Nippon Screen - which may lead the way towards cheap OLED TVs.
In February 2015 we posted an interview with David Flattery, DuPont's OLED unit Director of Operations that was kind enough to update us on the company's materials and OLED technologies.
Dow Chemical developed and organic stack materials for OLED displays.