An American physicist and two Japanese colleagues shared the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for creating light-emitting diodes that shine in blue wavelengths — a crucial invention that filled out the spectrum for LEDs.
The Nobel committee said the innovation "has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources."
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