Poland-based QNA Technology, established in 2016, develops and produces quantum dots for the display industry. The company is focused on blue light (400-490 nm) emitting, heavy metal-free quantum dots.
QD materials developers
US-based Alfa Chemistry is a contract research organization (CRO), that offers custom materials. In addition, the company offers an extensive catalog of materials for a wide range of applications.
Alfa Chemistry develops and produces quantum dots materials.
Korea-based PEROLED Co. Ltd developed perovskite-based quantum dots for displays, solar panels and other applications. The company's materials can be used for photoluminescence and electroluminescence.
PEROLED offers both customized and off-the-shelf perovskote QD materials.
Hansol Chemical, established in 1980 in Korea, produces a wide range of chemicals including Latex, Polyacrylamide, SD and BPO for several industries.
For the display industry, Hansol produces Quantum Dots for LCD QD films and is developing QD materials used for QD-OLED production.
UK-based Quantum Solutions is a nanotech startup company founded at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia. The company develops and produces Quantum Dots for optoelectronic applications: LCD Displays, Light Emitting Diodes, Solar Cells and Photodetectors.
QS also offers various types of quantum dots (perovskite QDs included) and other advanced materials for scientific use to help the research community to explore potential applications of these materials.
Established in 2018, Singapore-based Nanolumi develops perovskite-based quantum dots for the display industry.
Nanolumi's first product, the Chameleon Film, is a color-conversion film made from perovskite quantum dots. The company sells the final film directly to display makers. In 2019 Nanolumi raised US$1 million in seed funding.
Zhijing Nanotech (Finest Nano) was founded in 2016 in Chin with an aim to develop and produce low cost, high performance, environmentally benign perovskite quantum dots.
Zhijing Nanotech today produces a wide range of materials, and it also offers pQD/polymer based optical film (PQDF) for LCD displays.
Quantum Materials Corp. manufactures Tetrapod Quantum Dots for use in medical, display, solar energy and lighting applications through an automated production process.
QMC states that it uses unique volume manufacturing methods that assure economies of scale, reliability and uniformity.
UK-based Helio develops both photoluminescent and electroluminescent perovskite-based quantum dots for the display industry. It is a joint spin-off from both Oxford University and the University of Cambridge.
Established in the UK in 2001, Nanoco develops and produces cadmium-free quantum dots (CFQD) for the display, solar and bio-imaging markers.