The International Scientific Community Officially Recognizes Light-emitting Diodes as a Groundbreaking Discovery
The 2014 Nobel Prize for physics was awarded to Japanese scientists Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura for the development of blue light-emitting diodes, as reported by Nobel Committee of the Swedish Academy of Sciences.
Blue diodes may operate continuously for up to 100 thousand hours. Given the fact that a quarter of the world’s energy is spent on lighting this leads to tremendous economy.
Shuji Nakamura invented blue LEDs in 1990 when he worked in Japanese Nichia Chemical Industries Corporation. After some time he moved to the USA where he became a professor at California University in Santa Barbara.
Japanese Nichia Corporation is the exclusive LED supplier for the Russian LED lighting fixture manufacturer, AtomSvet®.
Nichia is the originator of super bright LED production technology and one of the leaders in product quality and reliability, as well as in luminous efficiency of the LEDs.
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