DuPont Adds an OLED Research Plant in Delaware

Posted Thu Jan 26, 2012 at 07:00 AM PST by Dick Ward

The facility will allow the company to test new, less expensive ways to bring OLEDs to market.

The folks at DuPont have a goal - to crack the OLED secret. They want to be the ones to find the way to make OLED inexpensive enough to mass produce and sell to regular consumers and they're building a brand new $30 million production facility to do it.

The company will be employing 35 people on the task of exploring new methods of creating OLEDs. DuPont says that it will be keeping the new facility open for at least five years. We're just hoping the investment pays off - reasonably price OLEDs would be nice to see.

Source: Engadget

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