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In the very small world of nanoscience, Debashis Chanda, an associate professor at UCF’s NanoScience Technology Center and College of Optics and Photonics, is forging huge innovations in the way we view, use and manipulate light.

For instance, Chanda led the development of the world’s first full-color, flexible, skin-like display. The invention consists of plasmonic nanostructures in ultrathin, flexible surfaces that dynamically change colors when applied with different electrical voltage. With the technology being so thin and flexible, a company could produce displays that can assume any shape or form.

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