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Cross-sectional view of a cadmium telluride thin film on glass via a scanning electron microscope.

Cross-sectional view of a cadmium telluride (CdTe) thin film on glass via a scanning electron microscope. The picture is magnified 5,000 times. The column structure of the film is visible.

Credit: Meghan Schulz, with permission from GE Global Research


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Photo of the GE China Technology Center's Functional Materials Lab team with Meghan Schulz.

The GE China Technology Center's Functional Materials Lab team with Meghan Schulz after her final internship presentation.

Credit: Meghan Schulz, University of Delaware


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Photo of Meghan Schulz looking out from a watchtower on the Great Wall at Mutianyu.

Meghan Schulz looks out from a watchtower on the Great Wall at Mutianyu.

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