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Micro-pixellated LEDs for science and instrumentation

Dawson, M.D. and Neil, M.A.A. (2008) Micro-pixellated LEDs for science and instrumentation. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 41 (9). ISSN 0022-3727

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Abstract

Editorial. This Cluster Issue of Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics highlights micro-pixellated gallium nitride light-emitting diodes or 'micro-LEDs', an emerging technology offering considerable attractions for a broad range of scientific and instrumentation applications. It showcases the results of a Research Councils UK (RCUK) Basic Technology Research programme (http://bt-onethousand.photonics.ac.uk), running from 2004-2008, which has drawn together a multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional research partnership to develop these devices and explore their potential.