Over the last decade, the research on III-Nitrides semiconductor materials has increased exponentially, and engineering the III-Nitrides semiconductor materials for energy efficient laser and solid-state lighting are among the most exciting activities in nitride-based research and development area. Conventional methods of producing nitride-based laser are complicated and lack of viable approach for large scale production. Regarding existing technologies for solid-state white light sources, especially, white and color-tunable LEDs, they are suffered from severe patent issues. This book, therefore, provides new methods of engineering nitride-based materials for novel microdisk lasers and solid-state white and color-tunable light sources, with a simple, fast and mass production process. Three separate, distinctly different approaches of fabricating novel nitride-based devices are outlined. This study should help shed some light on these new and exciting nitride-based semiconductor materials, and should be especially useful to professionals in solid-state lighting fields, or anyone else who may be considering as newcomers in the GaN field.