Opalux Featured in C&EN

André Arsenault and Opalux were featured in the July 12th issue of C&E News in an article about colourizing e-readers. Currently, electronic books are black and white, relying on electrical charges to form the text. It is believed that Arsenault’s work on multichromatic polymers could be the next step for e-readers.

“The Toronto-Based start-up Opalux has been developing a technology based on polymers that mimic the diffraction properties of gemstone opals,” the article said, adding that the technology is currently used to combat counterfeiting.

Read the full story here.

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