LED is not just a winner of the Nobel Prize for illumination, actively promoting medical applications

by:ALLTOP      2020-03-10
In an interview, Hiroshi Amano, a professor at Nagoya University and winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics, said in an interview that he planned to promote the use of light emitting diodes (LED)Research on application of technology in medical field. Amano stressed that LED is expanding its use in addition to lighting. He said that the ongoing research covers laser displays, skin disease treatment equipment and water purification equipment. In terms of medical use, Amano Hao and Nagoya City University have jointly developed treatment equipment for treating psoriasis and vitiligo with ultraviolet radiation, and now mass production can be realized. It is said that in the laser display, a red laser light source that can project information on the front window of the car is also developed, and it is planned to be practical within five years. Professor akazaki Yong of the University of Japan (85 years old), Nagoya University Professor Tian Ye Hao (54 years old) And Professor Nakamura, University of California, USA (60 years old) The invention of blue light emitting diode shared the honor of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics.
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