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LCD firm emerges from DCU scheme

A new firm that hopes to revolutionise the market for LCD televisions has emerged from a Dublin City University (DCU) scheme to match scientists with entrepreneurs.

7th June, 2008

A new firm that hopes to revolutionise the market for LCD televisions has emerged from a Dublin City University (DCU) scheme to match scientists with entrepreneurs.

Phive Plasma Technologies has been formed from a collaboration between DCU scientist Bert Ellingboe and Bernard Hensey, who previously founded software firm Aircraft Management Technologies (AMT). DCU is a shareholder in the firm, whose technology has applications in the manufacturing of LCD products, solar cells and semiconductor wafers.

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