A consortium of researchers from three different Universities int he UK (Durham University, Newcastle University and Glasgow University) was awarded with £2 million ($2.6 million USD) towards a new project to develop new OLED emitters.

The new project aims to develop an "ultra-efficient" deep-blue OLED emitters. It is not clear whether this is a more efficient fluorescent-type emitter, or a next-generation material design.

The project will combine Newcastlte's Quantum Chemistry modelling, the Synthetic Chemistry research in Glasgow and the novel spectroscopy and device physics in Durham.

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