While many people love colorful photos of landscapes, flowers or rainbows, some biomedical researchers treasure vivid images on a much smaller scale – as tiny as one-thousandth the width of a human hair. To study the micro world and help advance medical knowledge and treatments, these scientists use fluorescent nano-sized particles. Quantum dots are one type of nanoparticle, more commonly known fo...[Read More]
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If you blinked last night you might have missed Apple's mention of tvOS, the operating system being used to run the Apple TV. The company doesn't typically place a massive emphasis on the operating system, perhaps because it's not quite as... sexy as iOS and macOS. But Apple's looking to change that, thanks to the new Apple TV features announced in March this year.
We've been keenly following Swamp Thing, the new DC Universe series that's dropping at the end of this week, since its announcement earlier this year. The short-on-details teaser soon followed, giving us more of a horror-like, Resident Evil vibe than we were expecting
QLED TVs use quantum dots to enhance performance, delivering better brightness and a wider colour spectrum. That’s because the dots act like a filter when applied on top of an LED backlight. This produces a light purer than an LED can provide.