The co-inventor of the blue light-emitting diode (LED), Theodore Moustakas (pictured), has been given Boston University’s Innovator of the Year 2012 award. Moustakas’ work is focused on innovative superconductors for photonics and other applications. The technology coming out from his lab has been widely deployed to LEDs, and led to the creation of spin-out firm…
Boston names top innovator
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