Three scientists won Physics Nobel Prize Physics by inventing Blue LEDs

        All the results of Nobel prize has been released this year, and it is very bright spot for LED industry, Three scientists won Physics Nobel Prize Physics by inventing Blue LEDs, they are Shuji Nakamura, Hiroshi Amano, and Isamu Akasaki from the United States and Japan who invented Blue LEDs in 1990s. The blue LED makes possible white LEDs that are at the heart of LED lighting. A blue LED coated with a light converter (a phosphor) emits white light. Another, less efficient method of producing white light mixes the light from blue, green and red LEDs.

      Regarding of the prize money, they three scientists share eight million kronor (£0.7m). The Nobel Prize committee announced the winners at a press conference in Sweden. They join an illustrious list of 196 other Physics laureates recognized since 1901. The Nobel jury cited the invention's usefulness, adding that the Nobel Prizes were established to recognize developments that provided "the greatest benefit to mankind."

      Although , there were several large companies were attempting to make a blue LED, but only them , three guys, persistent engineers succeeded.


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