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05 Mar

Transparent Colorful Solar Cells Have Arrived!

The Daily Fusion

Transparent, colorful solar cells invented at the University of Michigan could one day be used …

12 Dec

Solar Cell Degrades in Real Time

The Daily Fusion

Using X-ray imaging, scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) were able to watch an …

10 Dec

Piezoelectric Material Helps Transistors Save Energy

The Daily Fusion

Tom van Hemert and Ray Hueting of the University of Twente’s MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnologyhave found …

21 Nov

Which Direction Should Solar Panels Face?

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A new study from Austin’s Pecan Street Research Institute finds that residential solar PV panels …

05 Nov

Quasi-Random Structures: Making Solar More Efficient?

The Daily Fusion

An international team of scientists, led by researchers from the Universities of York and St …

06 Sep

Why Electrical Charge Strips Could Revolutionize Superconductivity

The Daily Fusion

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory have identified a series …

24 Jun

In Focus: An ‘Antenna’ for Artificial Photosynthesis

The Daily Fusion

Researchers at Chalmers have found an effective solution for collecting sunlight for artificial photosynthesis. By …

11 Jun

Solar Ready to Expolde in NYC

SolarReviews

Thanks to solar’s resiliency, falling prices and ability to help out in disasters, New York …

03 Jun

Moth Eye Inspired Solar?

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The natural world has often inspired science and where researchers at North Carolina State University …

29 May

FUTUREWATCH: Self Assembling PV Cells

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Newly published research from Rice University and Penn State show that some polymer-based organic PV …

21 May

Catching Photosynthesis in the Act

The Daily Fusion

Photosynthetic oxidation of water is one of the central processes of life on Earth, but …

13 May

Can Fluorescent Dye Increase the Efficiency of Solar Cells?

The Daily Fusion

Scientists at Yale think that for some solar cells the future may be fluorescent. While …