Staying Off Beaten Track Puts LED Researcher a Step Ahead

  title={Staying Off Beaten Track Puts LED Researcher a Step Ahead},
  author={Dennis Normile},
  pages={1734 - 1734}
  • D. Normile
  • Published 21 March 1997
  • Engineering
  • Science
ANAN, JAPAN—The inventor of the world's first bright blue light-emitting diode (LED) and leader in the race to commercialize a blue laser is an easygoing researcher far off the beaten technology track in Japan. But Shuji Nakamura of Nichia Chemical Industries Ltd. is all business when it comes to science. 
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