By BizLED Bureau
March 2, 2015: At a panel discussion at the Nobel Prize Dialogue Tokyo 2015 held on March 1, 2015, at the Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho, Nagoya University Prof. Hiroshi Amano, who was awarded the 2014 prize in physics, explained the potential applications of LED technologies in the medical field.
The Nobel Prize Dialogue, launched in 2012 in Stockholm by the Nobel Foundation, discuss global scientific issues.
Amano and Meijo University Prof. Isamu Akasaki had created gallium nitride crystals with properties that are needed for efficient emission of light?a development that later formed the basic technology of blue LEDs.
Amano presented a special speech on practical uses of LED technologies in medical field. He explained how LED technologies can be used to treat skin diseases, like a new skin treatment system is already using LED technology to project that deep ultraviolet (DUV) light onto patients? skin can be used more safely and precisely.
As per the requirements of medical scientists, ?we can provide [their tools], or we?ll do our best to prepare their tools for treating diseases,? Amano said.
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