Tang Ching Wan

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Hong Kong


Tang won the 2019 Kyoto Prize for Advanced Technology for his pioneering contributions to the birth of high-efficiency organic light-emitting diodes and their widespread application in displays and lighting. (Photo: The University of Hong Kong)

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