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Semprius and Cambridge Display Technology (CDT) have signed an agreement to jointly develop technology for making OLED (organic light emitting diode) backplanes for flat-panel displays.

The goal of the two-year collaboration is to apply Semprius’s semiconductor printing technology to improve the performance of backplanes, which hold the electronic components that drive display screens for computers, televisions and other devices.

CDT, a subsidiary of Sumitomo Chemical, researches and develops polymer OLEDs and their application in displays.

Semprius’s micro-transfer printing process allows transfer printing of high-performance semiconductors onto virtually any surface, including glass, flexible and rigid plastic, metal and other semiconductor materials.

Semprius will use its process to transfer single crystal silicon semiconductors onto the backplane, increasing overall display performance.

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