Ming has proposed that each LED he designs will emit 70% of the light produced
(PRWEB UK) 19 March 2013
It has been reported in Lighting.co.uk that Ming Ma, a student from the Rensselaeur Polytechnic Institute in New York has been awarded a $30,000 grant to develop a new way of manufacturing LEDs. Upon beating 3 other students to the grant, Ming’s invention aims to allow more light to be produced and lower the environmental impact and overall cost of producing light.
Ming has proposed that each LED he designs will emit 70% of the light produced. He plans to achieve this through creating thousands of minute star-shaped pillars on the LED surface. These will be composed of 5 nano-layers, especially engineered to help carry light into the surrounding air.
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“LEDs are already considerably more cost and energy efficient than typical incandescent bulbs, which is why so many people are making the transition in their homes. We’re really interested to see if this project is successful as this could make them even more superior to traditional bulbs.”
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