21 New Laser Materials Uncovered in Groundbreaking Global Study

A global study led by the University of Toronto’s Acceleration Consortium has identified 21 new high-performing organic solid-state laser (OSL) materials using self-driving lab technology. This rapid discovery process, which involved collaboration across multiple international laboratories, significantly shortened the traditional timeline for material identification. The self-driving labs utilized AI and robotic synthesis to streamline the experiments, leading to a breakthrough in the development of materials for molecular optoelectronics, potentially enhancing applications in various technological fields.

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