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Loo Guest-Edits MRS Bulletin on "Commercialization of Organic Electronics"

The July issue of the MRS Bulletin, edited by Lynn Loo of Princeton and Iain McCulloch of Imperial College, is devoted to “Commercialization of Organic Electronics”. Featuring six highlight articles by leaders in the field, and a tutorial article by the editors, this issue focuses on recent technological advances in organic electronics and light-emitting devices as well as photovoltaics and sensors. Organic light-emitting diodes have recently been commercialized; the first organic transistors are now being introduced to market; and organic photovoltaics are currently in development. This MRS Bulletin highlights the current status and remaining technical challenges in materials development for such organic electronic devices.

With a circulation of approximately 20,000, the broadly-read MRS Bulletin is published by the Materials Research Society (MRS) for its members, libraries, and interested subscribers worldwide. The magazine cover, and the titles and abstracts of the articles contained in this Organic Electronics issue, are viewable here.
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