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Light emitting devices using ternary compounds for light emitting from blue to ultraviolet spectrum range

Stanford researchers have developed new ternary semiconducting compounds for optical device applications, as potential replacements for conventional materials like GaN, CIGS and ITO. These ternary compounds can be used to form the radiation absorption la...
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Longitudinal Relationships from Gene Expression Data

Researchers in Prof. Sylvia Plevritis’ laboratory have developed a novel machine learning algorithm for discovering the patterns of biological progression underlying microarray gene expression data. This software, called Sample Progression Discovery (SP...
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