NS Nanotech's patented nitride semiconductors and nano-LED technology provide light in the invisible UV spectrum for far-UVC disinfection applications and in the visible RGB spectrum for the next generation of LED display technology (signage, mobile, AR/VR & HDTV). Our far-UVC ShortWaveLight™ Emitters are the world's first semiconductors to produce invisible, short-wavelength ultraviolet light that researchers say inactivates coronavirus while posing less risk of harm to skin and eyes than longer-wavelength light. NS Nanotech's nitride semiconductor solid-state technology has the potential to displace current germicidal UVC lamps that are large, fragile, expensive, and too hot to touch, and that utilize bulbs filled with chemicals such as mercury and chlorine gas. And in 2021 we will start shipping our portable personal ShortWaveLight™ Purifier, about the size of a coffee mug, that uses our far-UVC chip to deactivate coronavirus in your personal airspace. You can pre-order yours with a 10% deposit on the $199 price at our new e-store at www.ShortWaveLight.com, with delivery after production starts in the first half of 2021. Our nano-LEDs will be used in the coming generation of micro-LED displays for brighter, ultra-high resolution, greater energy efficiency, and very small display sizes without losing efficiency. Expected benefits include: Bright, monolithic, multi-color, micro-LEDs for micro-displays and large-area displays using InGaN nano-LED structures. Up to 10X the power efficiency and pixel sizes <5um for AR/ VR applications. Up to 50% longer battery life over an OLED mobile phone display. Superior cost and efficiency.