One step closer to inexpensive, durable electronics, solar cells
Researchers at University of Minnesota's College of Science and Engineering and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colo., have overcome technical hurdles in the quest for inexpensive, durable electronics and solar cells made with non-toxic chemicals. This advance brings us one step closer to the reality of producing electronic touch pads that cost just a few dollars and solar cells that cost the same as roof shingles.
Credit: University of Minnesota
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